As much as Kelly St. Claire, a resident of the Highland Creek neighborhood, is glad that the last leg of the Interstate 485 belt will be completed in the next three years, she still has concerns. With the traffic buildup ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
The long-awaited Mecklenburg County property revaluation notices have been mailed today to nearly 300,000 property owners, county Assessor Garrett Alexander said. The assessor’s office said the notices reflect the new value of residential properties based on a review of home sales ...
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Duke Energy Corp. CEO Jim Rogers and his wife, Mary Anne, are giving $4.1 million to Queens University of Charlotte to be used for a new science and health building, the university said today. The 56,000-square-foot, $17.4 million building will bear their ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County homeowners should start receiving 2011 property revaluation notices in their mailboxes this week. On average, home values are expected to increase 6 to 8 percent over the last revaluation in 2003. State law requires revaluations of properties in ...Read More »
Electrolux Major Appliances and First Texas Homes have formed a partnership to provide energy-efficient appliances to all First Texas homebuyers. First Texas, one of the largest regional homebuilders in Texas, has more than 60 communities in Dallas, Fort Worth and ...
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Foreclosure filings in Mecklenburg County jumped nearly 42 percent in January over December, setting a record in the state, according to a report today from the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. The 1,850 foreclosure filings in January were ...Read More »
The CEO of an Atlanta-based roofing company that generated nearly 300 complaints from homeowners in North and South Carolina was arrested Tuesday in Georgia, the Southern Piedmont/Charlotte Better Business Bureau said. The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office has charged Carlton DeWayne ...Read More »
Foreclosure proceedings have begun against the owners of a Charlotte home that was used as collateral for a more than $5 million commercial loan, according to court documents. A foreclosure hearing has been scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Feb. 25 in ...Read More »