Registers of deeds battling erroneous deeds filed in the name of the Moorish Science Temple of America will get no intervention from the state — at least for now. In the wake of a July 5 Mecklenburg Times story on ...Read More »
When Charlotte attorney Bob Hull learned about fraudulent deeds being filed at metro area courthouses, his initial reaction was that it would create a title nightmare. But he’s changed his mind. “The more I think about it, I believe this ...Read More »
A public-private partnership that would bring more parking and other improvements to the West Trade Street corridor is one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday, the Charlotte City Council’s economic development committee recommended to the full council that it ...Read More »
A Concord developer has come to a compromise with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department regarding the design of garages. Robert Burkett, president of J&B Development & Management, plans to build up to 73 single-family homes in Park South Station, a townhome ...
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Three universities are no longer the owners of Park Road Shopping Center, the first open-air shopping center in Charlotte. Columbia, S.C.-based shopping center owner and developer Edens & Avant said today that it bought PRSC from Wake Forest University, Queens ...
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There are new rules for how high structures can be built in Charlotte’s residential districts. On Monday, the City Council OK’d the following: • In areas zoned for single-family (zonings R-3 and R-4) and multifamily (R-8MF and R-12MF), the maximum ...Read More »
Mortgage industry employees are still signing documents they haven’t read and using fake signatures more than eight months after big banks and mortgage companies promised to stop the illegal practices that led to a nationwide halt of home foreclosures. County ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Things keep getting worse for Bank of America. Today, the nation’s largest bank reported a loss of $9.1 billion during the second quarter, partly because of an $8.5 billion settlement with investors. That agreement, reached in June, ...Read More »
Robert Burkett thought he’d build up to 73 single-family homes in Park South Station in south Charlotte. Burkett, president of Concord-based J&B Development & Management, had planned to sell the homes at a higher price point, with the hopes of ...
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Age: 62 Lives in: Charlotte Family: wife, Dianne; son,Thomas “Tripp” Lawing III, 39 Education: bachelor’s degree in economics, North Carolina State University Thomas Lawing Jr. was one of six employees when his father, Thomas Lawing Sr., hired him in 1971 to work for ...Read More »