Have you ever wondered whether the super-rich have trouble paying their mortgage? Well, as it just so happens, RealtyTrac decided to look at its databanks to uncover the answer on high-end foreclosures. Surprisingly, the California-based real estate analytics company found ...Read More »
Millions of people use the internet to search for their ideal home – a great neighborhood and schools, lots of amenities and close to work. Though everyone’s definition of the perfect neighborhood can vary, Realtor.com found that certain ZIP codes ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – After months of negotiations, the Charlotte Area Transit System announced Monday that a contract agreement had been reached with a bus union that should prevent CATS service interruption – in a state that doesn’t allow any government body ...
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CHARLOTTE – After months of negotiations, the Charlotte Area Transit System announced Monday that a contract agreement had been reached with a bus union that should prevent CATS service interruption – in a state that doesn’t allow any government body ...Read More »
If you’re going to steal appliances from vacant homes, perhaps you shouldn’t fence the loot on Craigslist. But that’s just what one Charlotte area Realtor did according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Sember Lynn Smathers, formerly of Shelby, was ...Read More »
Governor Pat McCrory was late to the party December 5 for Cabarrus’ county economic summit. The governor was in Concord to address county leaders on reforms he’s been advocating in transportation, tax and economic development during his first 11 months ...Read More »
If the traffic around Charlotte is any indicator, it’s probably not a big surprise that the city ranked low in walkability. Walkscore.com gave the city a 24 rating based on residents’ ability to walk to stores, coffee shops and restaurants. ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE –Monday night’s Huntersville Board of Commissioners meeting started out all touchy-feely, or as touchy-feely as local politics get. After a ceremony honoring U.S. military veterans killed or wounded in action, longtime Huntersville pol Charles Guignard, professorial and avuncular in ...
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Charlotte’s halls of political power make for strange bedfellows, as witnessed last month when on-his-way-into-politics Ed Driggs and Jennifer Roberts, who is out of power for the moment, met in the entryway of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center. Democrat Roberts, the ...Read More »
If you were one of the 3.14 million Americans who flew for Thanksgiving, you’re probably aware of how miserable Charlotte Douglas International Airport was over the holiday. First, there were the delays getting to the airport. Tuesday night, drivers inched ...Read More »