The Vue, a struggling Uptown condo project at which sales have been sluggish, is headed for a June 12 foreclosure auction.Read More »
Indoor-shooting ranges would become a permitted use in certain parts of the city of Charlotte, if one business gets its way.Read More »
A new report says the pace of land conservation in North Carolina slowed dramatically in recent years, largely because of cutbacks in funding of the state’s four conservation trust funds.Read More »
Carolinas Specialty Hospital, Stablenet and Lexicon Speech and Language Therapy Center are the newest tenants at Providence Center, 1850 E. Third St., according to NAI Southern Real Estate.Read More »
Re/Max Executive will hold a Realtor grand opening for its new SouthPark offices the afternoon of June 5, more than two months after relocating. The company relocated April 1 from 6842 Morrison Blvd., where it occupied roughly 7,500 square feet ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County property owners would pay less in taxes under a recommendation made by County Manager Harry Jones. As part of his $1.41 billion fiscal 2013 budget plan, revealed this week, Jones is calling for the county’s tax rate to decrease from ...Read More »
Charlotte-area foreclosure activity climbed 6.1 percent in April from the same month a year ago, RealtyTrac said Thursday. The Irvine, Calif.-based company said foreclosure filings – default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions – were reported on 1,285 Charlotte-area properties. ...
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