The Charlotte Regional Chapter of the International Association of Home Staging Professionals has named its 2011 board of directors. They are Maria Tobin, president; Karen Mendenhall, president-elect; Lynn Brotherton, treasurer; Stefanie Janky, secretary; Jennifer Manchester, public relations; Carol Schulenberg, public ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
Charlotte-area home prices are expected to fall 4 percent in 2011, according to the Truckee, Calif.-based Clear Capital. On Thursday, the company released its monthly Home Data Index Market report, saying home prices declined in 70 percent of major U.S. ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Duvall Investment Group said Wednesday that it has formed a joint venture with Community Association Management Specialists of Wilmington. Duvall, based at 212 S. Tryon St., said the new company will be called Duvall/CAMS Management. The companies specialize in managing community associations ...
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The first in a series of public meetings on Mecklenburg County’s property revaluation process will take place tonight. The meeting, for property owners in District 5, is set for 7 p.m. at Alexander Graham Middle School, 1800 Runnymede Lane, in ...Read More »
A University City office building has earned platinum-level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, precertification, according to the Machen Advisory Group. David Bowles purchased the Environmental Way building at 1000 Louis Rose Place in 2009 to make it a working ...Read More »
Packaging company Stephen Gould Corp. has relocated its headquarters within Charlotte, moving from Brookwood Business Park to larger space in Lakemont Industrial Park, the company announced today. The new headquarters is 40,000 square feet. The company already had a 122,000-square-foot fulfillment center in ...Read More »
Eleven foreclosed lots and one partially built home in the troubled Mediterra at Carmel development were sold Thursday to its lender in a foreclosure sale. CommunityOne Bank bought the properties for $1.8 million in the sale at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse. Mediterra ...
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Foreclosure filings declined slightly in Mecklenburg County last year despite in December recording the fourth-highest number of filings since the beginning of the recession, according to the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. There were 12,176 foreclosure filings in ...
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In order to keep up two pools, playgrounds, walking trails, a clubhouse and other amenities, the homeowners association at Bradfield Farms has to ensure that homeowners pay their $330 apiece in annual dues. But with today’s economy, some cash-strapped families ...
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It’s taken 21 years, but it looks like a Charlotte ordinance accused of impeding development and contributing to the deterioration of Independence Boulevard may finally be lifted. After pressure from state officials and property and business owners, the city’s Economic ...Read More »