Sheryl Francis isn’t ready to call it a comeback. But she has noticed some periods are busier than others in her luxury real estate market of properties on Lake Norman near The Point. Late summer has been kind, as she had the highest-priced single family home to sell in the Charlotte area last week.Read More »
"I’m not going to let [the film studio deal] fall apart. I am determined to get this done. It may take years, but I want people to understand that I’m relentless. We’re going to do it. It’s going to cost money …but that’s the only way things are going to work."Read More »
As executive director for the Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas, Julian Arcila said he’s his backgrounds as a Hispanic immigrant and as a former editor of El Nuevo Constructor magazine to close what he describes as a gap between how the construction industry works in Latin America and in the U.S.
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Berry Bean has been selling real estate in Charlotte for 28 years. In all that time, she said, she's never seen a home like 16909 Jetton Road, a Cornelius estate that sold for $4.6 million Aug. 22.Read More »
Before Kimberly Kendall came to work for The Bissell Cos., she was a broker for Jones Lang LaSalle, working mainly on the client side of real estate deals. Now that she’s with Bissell, one of the biggest landlords in the region, she’s getting to see what life is like on the other side of the table as senior associate of leasing.Read More »
Next month, Krispy Kreme is supposed to be opening a shop in Cotswold. It will be the fifth Charlotte location for the Winston-Salem-based doughnut company. It got us wondering which restaurants chains real estate industry officials have had their fill of in Charlotte.Read More »
John McClave, the listing agent for last week's highest-priced single-family home sold in the Charlotte area, said he is thankful that Charlotte’s luxury-housing market is making a small comeback. But, he added, there’s no mad rush for such homes, either.
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With a father who owned a recruiting firm and after being paid hourly in high school to dig ditches, Jon Morris said he wanted to find a career that gave him more control of his financial destiny. "I wanted a job that created residual value, and real estate did that for me," he said.
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Listing agent Marilyn Hartley said this Myers Park home was supposed to be a $3.5 million home with an elevator to the second floor and basement, which was also supposed to have a wine cellar. None of those features were added to the house, though. She estimates that the new owner will spend between $700,000 and $1 million to finish the house. Still, she said, it was a good deal for the area.Read More »