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Rezoning roundup: City Council approves huge church campus, defers residential switch in zombie subdivision (access required)

The City Council on Monday evening gave several “Ayes” to a variety of projects across the city, while not handing out a single “No” and also deferring a few rezoning decisions at its zoning meeting.

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Court decision appears to limit construction warranties (access required)

Homebuilders will likely not be affected by an N.C. Court of Appeals decision handed down this week that appears to limit all construction warranties to six years, even when the builder expressly provides a longer one, according to the top lawyer for the N.C. Home Builders Association.

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NCDOT to host meeting for subcontractors on I-85 widening project (access required)

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will hold an outreach meeting for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise subcontractors about work on an upcoming project that will double the capacity of a stretch of Interstate 85 in Cabarrus County. The meeting is to be held at 11 a.m. on July 24 at the Metrolina Regional Traffic Management Center at 2327 Tipton Drive.

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Area real estate agents make national list (access required)

Several Charlotte-area residential real estate agents are among those recently listed in The Thousand 2013, a listing of top individuals and teams by transactions and volume.

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More for the old, less for the new (access required)

When it comes to older houses, Charlotte is a more expensive place to buy a place to live than elsewhere in the nation. But homebuyers who purchased a domicile built since 2007 got a bit of a bargain.Those are the headlines of the just-released 2011 American Housing Survey of homes by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Census Bureau.

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