Charlotte-area broker Holly Brooks Evans has had her real estate license revoked by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission after she removed drugs from the home of a potential seller. According to a report from the commission, Evans went alone ...Read More »
After breaking ground in August 2015, Portman Holding’s downtown Charlotte office tower development, 615 South College, is well underway and on track for an estimated completion date of first quarter 2017. “The construction process to date has gone very smoothly, ...
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The Lancaster County Council on Monday unanimously approved a 90-day extension to its nine-month moratorium on rezoning petitions for properties north of S.C. Highway 5. The council also approved an amendment to Sun City Carolina Lakes’ planned development district ordinance. ...Read More »
When families move to a new home, they often have furniture or other items to give away. Local real estate firm Leigh Brown and Associates is hoping to capitalize on one resource that might get thrown away – extra food. ...Read More »
Latinos, the fastest-growing segment of North Carolina’s population, face a range of obstacles when it comes to finding affordable housing, according to a recent report by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. According to “The State ...
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