Adam Colvin last month up and accepted a new gig, as managing partner at the well-respected, up-and-coming Trinity Partners, founded in 1998 by three well-seasoned Charlotte real estate hands who left other companies to do their own thing.Read More »
The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends consulting and communications company named five Charlotte area real estate agents and teams to their 2013 "Top 1,000" listings. The highest ranking went Nancy Braun, founder, owner and broker-in-charge of Charlotte-based Showcase Realty.Read More »
Trent Haston grew up in Charlotte, but On the Level bets he picked up some of his business savvy from a tried-and-true driving maneuver straight from twisting back roads of the Blue Ridges. That’s how Haston not only survived the housing bust but beat it, too, growing his Charlotte-based Andrew Roby General Contractor business into the Roby Family of Companies.Read More »
FORT MILL, S.C. – Shutterfly, “one great place to work” in North Carolina since 2007, is now a greater place– in South Carolina. At least in size. Shutterfly has grown by three times in size and about doubled its number ...Read More »
Hoss Hinson is a cool name, and the guy who has it has the cool to back it up, too. The wrap-around-sunglasses-sporting, pickup-truck-driving, beard-wearing, hard-hatted and safety-vested vice president of the Monroe-based Godfrey Construction Co. showed up at East Mecklenburg High School taking swigs through a straw in a Big Gulp cup full of Mountain Dew.Read More »
Milton Silver used to consider York County outside his wheelhouse. Silver, the owner of Silver Investments Limited, a Charlotte-based commercial real estate firm, said he didn’t think the South Carolina county just to the south of Mecklenburg had much demand for his company’s niche: smaller, multi-tenant office and warehouse buildings.
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Over the past quarter-century, Jim Burbank has built a lot of houses, in Charlotte, Raleigh and the Charleston area. Along with them, he also has built a reputation for solid and not overly adorned quality homes as contractors used to build, with solid wood, two-panel interior doors, simple but beautiful moldings and classic layouts opened up to accommodate contemporary tastes.Read More »
Eschewing the cliché of starting a successful business on the back of a paper cocktail napkin, Darin Brocklebank started out Metro GreenScape at the bottom of a paper grocery sack. Usually, On the Level calls or emails subjects and begs them for a half-hour of their time. Brocklebank emailed us, saying he wanted to meet us so he could do us a favor. That was a new one, so we agreed to meet, but only if he let us interview him in exchange for hearing about his offer.
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