ATLANTA — A Senate committee has approved a bill that establishes statewide guidelines for foreclosure registries and would cap the fees cities and counties charge owners of foreclosed properties.Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
Charlotte’s zoning board of adjustments had a busy 2011, with more than 60 hours of meeting time according to year end statistics released by the city this week. The board meets to discuss and make recommendations on variances, appeals and ...
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Faith Presbyterian Church can trace its history in the Queen City to 1947. But as of Jan. 3, the old brick building at 1805 East 7th St. is a new listing for Realtor Jack Fallaw of Romans Properties.Read More »
While Charlotte boosters are on cloud nine about the 2012 Democratic National Convention, some contractors haven’t been as blissful, complaining that they’ll be passed over in favor of union labor.Read More »
BOISE, Idaho – Builders will pay more for wallboard in 2012. Several manufacturers announced plans to increase prices by 35 percent despite the lull in home construction that keeps demand low. Wallboard will be the first construction material to see a big increase since the recession occurred, said Meridian-based homebuilder Don Hubble.Read More »