As the problem of erroneous deeds and liens becomes more prevalent here, Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds David Granberry checks weekly for new fraudulent documents that may have been filed in his office. During his searches, Granberry said he has ...Read More »
Construction and Real Estate
Saying there’s potential in the families-without-children market, M/I Homes Charlotte plans to build homes in the Ardrey Crest community. M/I, citing new research from Nielsen Claritas, said that more than half the residents in Ballantyne are families without children at ...Read More »
Charlotte home prices fell 5.1 percent in May from May 2010, according to Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index. The city’s home prices were up 0.8 percent in May from April. Home prices fell over the year in 19 of ...
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The developers of the proposed Mosaic Village mixed-use project have been granted $3.18 million from the Charlotte City Council to be used for parking and infrastructure improvements. The city’s financial contribution will include $3 million to fund the construction of ...Read More »
Proposed changes to the city’s post-construction control ordinance are pitting developers against environmentalists. The proposal would eliminate duplicative “tree save” requirements that also appear in the city’s recently approved tree ordinance and change the stormwater-control requirements for redeveloped sites, potentially ...Read More »
Campus Crest Communities today said it will build two student-housing developments totaling $51.6 million at Auburn University in Alabama and the University of Maine. The Charlotte-based developer and manager of student housing said the projects are expected to be ready ...
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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 ...Read More »