North Carolinians will benefit from HSBC Holdings’ $470 million settlement of charges of abusive mortgage practices, according to N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper. As part of the agreement, HSBC is required to provide borrowers around the nation $370 million in ...Read More »
Those selling their homes last year in the Charlotte metro realized, on average, a $23,000 gain on their purchase price, according to RealtyTrac. The return for the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia region, which amounted to about 14 percent of the purchase price, was ...
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The share of Charlotte-area homes purchased with cash remains lower than the national rate, according to real estate information and analytics provider CoreLogic. Cash sales in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area accounted for 27.1 percent of all home sales in October, down ...
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The Home Depot is preparing for the spring selling season by hiring 450 new associates in the Charlotte area. The company announced Wednesday it is seeking applicants in positions ranging from sales and cashiers to operations and online order fulfillment ...Read More »
Carolina States Regional Center has broken ground on a 376-unit apartment complex in northeast Charlotte. It is the first transit-oriented development in the University City area to be built along the Lynx Blue Line light-rail extension. The multifamily project, ...
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Judge Albert Diaz of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will soon have a new location for his chambers in Charlotte, digs that will require more than $1 million in renovations, according to permits filed with Mecklenburg County. The ...Read More »
GateHouse Media LLC has hired Adam Reinebach to serve as CEO and president of the company’s recently acquired business-to-business publishing unit, Dolan Publishing, the parent company of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly. Dolan, comprised of 39 print and online publications, is ...Read More »
Business owners in the Charlotte area are invited to apply for the city’s second Small Business Administration Emerging Leaders class. The U.S. Small Business Administration North Carolina District Office is looking for 16 business owners to commit to 100 hours ...Read More »