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 »
Construction and Real Estate
Land-development user fees will be reviewed over the next couple of months to determine if changes need to be made to Charlotte’s policies. The Charlotte City Council’s Economic and Global Competitiveness Committee met Wednesday to discuss policy options. The amount ...
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The Charlotte City Council on Tuesday approved several rezoning petitions for mixed-use projects in Charlotte, including a 27-acre project in SouthPark slated to include workforce housing and smaller projects in NoDa and Optimist Park. The council also gave the go-ahead ...
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Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III, who pleaded guilty in 2014 to defrauding the U.S. government on nearly $88 million in road construction contracts, has begun serving a 30-month prison sentence at the Edgefield federal corrections institution in South Carolina. The ...
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The nonprofit leading the revitalization of the former Boulevard Homes in west Charlotte has raised $9.7 million of the $15 million needed to open a child-development center and provide programs and services for residents. The nonprofit, Renaissance West Community Initiative, ...Read More »
The strong growth in apartment construction near center city and a subsequent rise in vacancy rates may lead to more apartment development on the outskirts of town in the upcoming year, industry insiders say. And for those in the market ...Read More »
Most-read online stories of 2015: Road construction contract fraud, development trends and real estate brokers losing their licenses top list
The sentencings of six men for their part in a massive federal contract fraud; development in Charlotte-area hotspots; and real estate brokers in trouble dominated the most-read stories on mecktimes.com in 2015. Two stories related to the convictions and sentences ...Read More »