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Planning Department hosting forum for possible zoning changes (access required)

CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department on Jan. 9 is hosting a forum to present recommendations for changes to the Pedestrian Overlay District on Morehead Street and throughout the Dilworth and Midtown communities. The meeting will be held from 5-8 ...

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RE/MAX Commercial lands two deals (access required)

CHARLOTTE- RE/MAX Executive Realty recently brokered the sale and purchase of two local commercial properties. Eddie Blanton of RE/MAX’s commercial division represented the buyer LeFebrvre Living Trust for the purchase of 111 Matthews Station Street for $1 million from 111 ...

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Charlotte real estate professionals honor their own at holiday lunch (access required)

On Dec. 13, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association hosted its holiday awards lunch and annual meeting at the Crowne Plaza Charlotte Executive Park. More than 400 Realtors gathered to honor the industry’s leaders and association volunteers. The 2013 recipients of ...

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Lower inventory driving up Charlotte area prices (access required)

A low inventory of homes for sale in the Charlotte market is driving existing home prices up, according to data for November released by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. Charlotte’s median sales price increased 9.4 percent to $175,000 in November ...

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Affordable housing projects sought for grant (access required)

You don’t have to be a nonprofit to get this housing grant. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, which donated more than $21 million in 2013 to both for-profit and not-for-profit developers of local nonprofit affordable housing projects in ...

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Applications being accepted for positions on development-related boards (access required)

CHARLOTTE – With a new City Council taking the helm, one of its duties is to make nominations to fill positions on various council boards, and in January it will appoint three people to two boards that affect real estate ...

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