CHARLOTTE – Five people were sentenced this month for their roles in real estate and financial fraud activities that were uncovered in the massive federal investigation dubbed Operation Wax House, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Charlotte announced Thursday. Most recently, ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County is picking up the pace on the return investors get on buying residential rental properties. The potential average gross yield for investors rose to 7.91 percent in the first quarter, while returns are expected to dip slightly nationally, ...Read More »
NASCAR aficionados seeking the ultimate man cave need look no further than Statesville. That’s where 1997 Winston Cup Series Rookie of the Year Mike Skinner built his inner sanctum, an eight-car, showroom-quality garage incorporating a saloon, an office and a ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A panel of real estate specialists said Monday that Charlotte can expect to see recent job, population and economic growth continue, especially if the banking industry starts generating more jobs. “If banking gets going, Charlotte could be looking ...
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Charlotte bucked the national trend of slowing home-price appreciation in November, according to the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Index. The 20-city home price index increased 4.3 percent in November from the year before. That’s down from an annual increase ...Read More »
An air-duct cleaning company operating under fictitious business names in the Charlotte area has topped the Better Business Bureau’s 2014 Dirty Dozen List of the top local companies with the most unanswered and unresolved complaints last year. The companies holding ...Read More »
The first legislative bill filed in the N.C. General Assembly’s 2015 session seeks to amend the state Constitution to clarify language on when private property can be taken by governmental bodies through eminent domain and to require just compensation and ...Read More »
As the concrete and steel of Davidson College’s New Academic Building (NAB) rise slowly to fill a 15-foot-deep hole behind Martin Science Building, the enormous structure is already nearly complete in cyberspace. A collaboration of its construction partners is employing ...
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