Underwater housing in the Charlotte market is slowly rising to the surface. In the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area, 8.3 percent of all homes with a mortgage had negative equity in the first quarter of this year compared to 9 percent at the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The city’s planning staff on Thursday is holding the first of a series of meetings that could result in city staff members recommending changes in transit-oriented development zoning districts. The stakeholder meeting will be held June 12 from ...Read More »
Charlotte custom builder New Old Custom Homes landed the cover of Better Homes and Gardens’ Kitchen and Bath Design quarterly magazine featuring a kitchen remodel. The editors of the lifestyle magazine selected the luxury homebuilder “based on the quality of ...
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CHARLOTTE – Pappas Properties and Allen Tate have revealed the newest tenant in the soon-to-be-complete Sharon Square. Jon Dressler, who owns Dressler’s Restaurant, is bringing a conceptual restaurant to Sharon Square, according to a news release from Pappas and Allen ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Urban planner, author and Charlotte native Victor Dover will lead a discussion Tuesday about the revival in building – and rebuilding – neighborhoods based on streets that are designed to be walked, cycled and admired. The coauthor, with ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — A U.S. Transportation Department spokesman said there are no plans to cut funding for a light-rail extension in Charlotte after the former mayor was convicted of taking a bribe related to the construction path. Transportation department spokesman Ryan ...
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Patricia Shines thought she was buying her home through a veteran’s homebuying program. Instead, she received the four-bedroom, two-bath, 1,660-square-foot house mortgage-free courtesy of the Nehemiah Community Reinvestment Fund and Bank of America. The donation was part of the fund’s ...
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