“When we first saw [the house], my mental checklist showed me all these things in the home that I said I’d never want,” Burnett said. “But as you can see, I bought all of that,” Burnett said with a laugh.Read More »
The highest- and lowest-priced single-family home sales from Feb. 24 to March 4.Read More »
As an attorney and developer, Steve Sanders already wore many hats. Now he has a new one: website developer.Read More »
The site where Proffitt Dixon Partners is developing a $26.2 million luxury apartment community sits near the Lynx Blue Line light-rail route, and the company is taking advantage of that. Plans for the Fountains at New Bern Station include a light-rail lobby that will be built about 50 feet from the New Bern Blue Line station.Read More »
On the level: There was a time when Christopher Herman didn’t want to be involved in multifamily housing. So much for those plans.
When Christopher Herman got his architecture degree, he had aspirations to be the Frank Gehry of the Southeast. What he didn’t want to do was design, or be in charge of producing multifamily housing. But after a stint working for Cox Schepp Construction, the Queen City native is doing just that and says he's never been busier.
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Tommy Williams was a construction materials salesman before he made the switch into selling real estate. His first day on the job: Sept. 11, 2001.Read More »
On the level: Dale Olson took a break from properties to focus on pitas — until his hunger for real estate returned
Dale Olson said he was doing well for himself in the Charlotte real estate market during the 1990s. But it didn’t last. Business started to slow, and the Great Recession didn’t help. Then came a health scare. His doctor told him to make some lifestyle changes, so he became a vegetarian, left real estate and started a restaurant with his wife. He didn’t stay away for long. Now he’s a Keller Williams agent with Team Ludlow.Read More »