A Request for Expression of Interest from the city of Charlotte for the conversion of Eastland Mall into a film studio returned with only one interested party – The Film Studio Group of Los Angeles. We caught up with five of the real estate insiders and interested parties with whom we spoke in August, when the city council approved the $13 million purchase of Eastland Mall.Read More »
Kent Temple said he and his wife Pam are selling more homes than they did during the real estate boom years. But the prices aren't exactly the same as they were in 2006. However, when it came to selling this four-bedroom, 3 ½-bathroom home in Mooresville, the price was a high point for Temple, a broker with Keller Williams Mooresville.
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In his latest deal, Lazes in the hunt for the rights to refurbish and run the old Carolina Theatre on North Tryon Street, which pits him against the powerful, button-down Foundation for the Carolinas.Read More »
Listing agent Jack Ziegler said selling this five-bedroom, 4 1/2-bathroom home built in 1993 was about four factors: price, marketing, location and condition.Read More »
Maxine Kilkenny needed another chance to sell this Lake Norman home. Kilkenny, a broker with Lake Norman-based Lake Realty, first listed the more than 8,000-square-foot, two-story home in August 2010 for $3.39 million. "But that was in the midst of the economic crisis," Kilkenny said. "So we took it off the market in November 2010."Read More »
Kendall Phills said she believes in the power of the Internet when it comes to selling luxury homes. A broker with Charlotte-based The McDevitt Agency, Phills credits her company's web savvy, Internet marketing and aggressive social media strategy with helping her to sell this six bedroom, six and a half bathroom home in South Charlotte.Read More »