York County’s Planning and Development Services Department is holding public meetings over the next three weeks to gather input for amendments to the county’s zoning and subdivision ordinance codes that will be considered by the County Council. “With the increased ...Read More »
Betsy Bailey will join the Carolinas Associated General Contractors on March 1 as its North Carolina government relations and building director. “We are delighted to add Betsy Bailey to our government relations team at a time when the Carolinas are ...Read More »
Jennifer Yoxtheimer of J.D. Goodrum will be the 2015 president of Charlotte’s Commercial Real Estate Women chapter. Yoxtheimer previously served as one of the chapter’s national delegates and is succeeding Bobbi Jo Lazarus of Elliot Davis Decosimo. “I’m honored to ...
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WASHINGTON – Home rental prices in Charlotte climbed faster than in all but six of the 35 largest metro areas in January, according to a report released by real estate data firm Zillow. Nationally, prices increased a seasonally-adjusted 3.3 percent ...Read More »
Insite Properties, a Charlotte-based commercial real estate firm, has expanded its management services to include commercial property owner associations as well as facility management. Through a partial acquisition of Home Management LLC, Insite Properties LLC added nearly 600 acres in ...Read More »
Cushman & Wakefield|Thalhimer announced that Betsy Good has joined the Charlotte office as director of property services. Good will lead the Charlotte office property management division and her duties will include managing some key accounts, as well as executing growth ...Read More »
FMI Corp. is warning that a craft labor shortage may slow construction. The Raleigh-based company, which provides management consulting services to the construction industry, says there are two contributing factors to the shortage of labor. They are the shift of ...
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Economic growth in Charlotte is forecast to remain strong this year, according to Wells Fargo Securities’ North Carolina Economic Outlook: February 2015. Strong population growth and broad-based employment gains should support incomes. This will drive further improvement in residential and ...Read More »
Members of Charlotte’s Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP) chapter traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to meet with members of Congress about issues related to North Carolina’s commercial real estate industry. The visits were part of NAIOP’s annual leadership ...Read More »