Hells Angels have been a colorful part of American culture. So what comes to mind when their name is brought up? Burliness? What about mortgage fraud?Read More »
It’s not your average listing. The three-bedroom, three-bath home sits on a whopping 37 acres in the Mule Mountains in Arizona, and it’s yours for $1.5 million, which is a discount from the initial price of $3 million. Among its features: ...Read More »
A 4-year-old Charlotte rezoning request has finally been decided. The Charlotte City Council has denied a request from the Myers Park Homeowners Association to lower the residential density allowed by zoning for more than 38 acres near Selwyn Avenue and ...Read More »
Attention, all those towns that are trying to spur homebuying or even construction. Maybe you should shell out the cash. A small, northern Illinois town has a new plan it hopes will spur home construction: $10,000 in cash per project. ...Read More »
Homeowners in Huntersville aren’t too happy about Carolinas HealthCare System’s plans to build a psychiatric hospital in their backyards. At a Huntersville Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, dozens of the NIMBYs came out to complain. Homeowners in the Monteith Place community, ...Read More »
The people at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com are looking for the most love-inspiring homes to use in their 2012 Valentines Day promotion “Top Ten Most Romantic Homes.” “We are looking for homes with features such as design, location, furnishings, history, views or amenities ...
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During a December Charlotte City Council meeting, councilwoman Patsy Kinsey said she was “troubled” that the city’s Real Estate Services department doesn’t release appraisals of properties planned for condemnation. Instead, it’s more “Show me yours, and I’ll show you mine.” ...
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