Calling events at a Monday evening meeting a “travesty,” Wesley Chapel Planning Board Chair John Grexa abruptly resigned his post after the board voted 3-2 to recommend approval of a developer’s rezoning request to build a 72-lot senior-housing development on ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
The North Carolina Supreme Court’s recent decision to consider the legal battle over who should control the city of Asheville’s water system may finally answer one of the fundamental legal questions facing municipalities across the state: What are the limits ...
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For nearly two hours Tuesday night, the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners did a postmortem on the flawed 2011 property tax revaluation, ending with a vow to never repeat the nightmare that left homeowners shocked and angered. But they simultaneously ...
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Despite global and domestic hurdles hindering economic growth, steady job gains and stable leasing demand should help keep U.S. commercial real estate activity expanding in 2016, according to an annual report published jointly by Situs Real Estate Research Corp., Deloitte ...
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The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has permanently revoked the real estate license of former Charlotte broker Nathan Wolf after he was convicted of defrauding lenders out of millions of dollars in real estate transactions in 2007. Wolf submitted a ...Read More »