Chuck Hicks and his property revaluation team have borne the brunt of scrutiny from skeptical Mecklenburg County homeowners. But his philosophy is more in line with an anti-tax tea-partier than a government fat cat. “I feel badly that we’re party ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
When a property goes into foreclosure for unpaid property taxes, it can be a pain for county government, burdening it with liabilities and maintenance costs. But to some nonprofits and other developers, the foreclosures are like real estate aspirin, alleviating ...Read More »
A group of panelists from the Urban Land Institute will present the preliminary findings of a study on Independence Boulevard from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday in Charlotte City Council chambers. The panelists are providing city leaders with assistance in identifying the ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Trinity Capital Advisors said today that it has purchased NASCAR Plaza in uptown. A press release did not provide the purchase price. Trinity, a real estate investment and development company, said it has purchased the debt and equity interest in the 19-story, 393,000-square-foot ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Allen Tate Co. and Davidson-based Knox Realty have merged. Knox opened in 1973 under owners Russell and Patricia Knox. It serves the Lake Norman area and northern Mecklenburg and Iredell counties. H. Allen Tate Jr. founded his company in 1957. ...Read More »
One in every 50 homes in the Charlotte metropolitan area had foreclosure filings started against them in 2010, an increase of more than 37 percent over 2009, according to a report released Thursday by Irvine, Calif.-based RealtyTrac. There were 14,732 properties with foreclosure ...
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All across the Charlotte region, as snow fell and ice formed this week, real estate agents were still working, although many of them were at home. Sandy Kindbom, a Realtor with Charlotte-based Allen Tate Realty, said most agents have home ...Read More »
Minneapolis-based Target Corp. plans to open a store in Gastonia this year. Company spokeswoman Amy Reilly said the 135,000-square-foot store is scheduled to open in early October at Interstate 85 and Cox Road. It will have 100 to 250 employees, ...Read More »
The Catawba River generates electricity, fuels the Charlotte-area economy and provides a place to play and drinking water for most of Charlotte, Mount Holly and Belmont — all with little fanfare. Even the land surrounding the river has yet to ...
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Whether you study a map of Charlotte or take a driving tour, you’ll soon realize the city is running out of empty space in the county it nearly fills. That’s why it’s projected, once the economy improves, that development will ...Read More »