Huntersville’s Town Board voted last week to move forward in securing a $6 million loan to purchase a foreclosed building in a mixed-used development to serve as a new police station. Commissioner Ron Julian said the town will purchase the 27,000-square-foot building in ...Read More »
The chief economist for the National Association of Realtors will make a presentation on “Real Estate Market Trends and Housing Forecast” at an event hosted by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. The event featuring Lawrence Yun will run from 9:30 ...Read More »
Tim Eldridge’s job gives him a front-row seat to the problems created by the shortage of workers in the construction industry. But he’s hoping some training programs will give the Carolinas a boost when the economy improves. Lives in: Mountain ...
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At a time when many builders are struggling to sell homes, a new subdivision is expected to pop up in Charlotte. And Habitat for Humanity is behind it. That’s according to Ann Pilkington, an associate attorney with Charlotte-based law firm Horack Talley, who ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County’s land holdings just grew by about 242 acres. Nearly two weeks ago, the county closed on the $3.7 million purchase of the property that was part of the failed Abersham subdivision, where only one home was built. That ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County building permit revenue is higher than expected so far this year, although the amount of residential and commercial permits is lower, Jim Bartl, code enforcement director, said. Bartl said permit revenue for fiscal 2011, which began in July, ...
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