The Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition has named Joe Padilla its executive public policy director. REBIC, based in Charlotte, is an organization of trade associations focused on industry issues, such as finance, management and leasing. Padilla, a native of Long Island, N.Y., has ...Read More »
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With the Great Recession still packing a punch, the sweet spot for Charlotte’s residential real estate market continues to be homes priced at $120,000 or less. But real estate agents say a growing number of people with deeper pockets are ...
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Tree.com said it had a larger net loss in the first quarter than in the same period a year ago. The Charlotte-based company logged a net loss of $39.5 million, or $3.63 per share, compared with a net loss of $6.1 million, or ...Read More »
Work is under way on a renovation at offices in Ballantyne for ESPN Regional Television and ESPNU, a television channel that specializes in college sports. Charlotte-based real estate firm Bissell Cos. owns the 37,000-square-foot building at 11001 Rushmore Drive, said Christina Thigpen, ...Read More »
Tree.com said Gabriel Dalporto will be the company’s chief marketing officer. The Charlotte-based company said Dalporto will lead all marketing activities, including brand strategy, online and offline advertising, social media and public relations. Dalporto was most recently chief marketing and strategy officer ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Leon Levine Foundation says it will give $2 million to help build a Discovery Place Kids in Rockingham if a campaign can raise $9.6 million by Dec. 31. Leon Levine, founder of the Levine Foundation and chairman emeritus of Family Dollar Stores, ...Read More »
Foreclosure filings in Mecklenburg County dropped by 23 percent in April compared with a year ago, according to a report from the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. There were 704 foreclosure filings in April, down from the 919 ...
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Charlotte-area home sales fell in April from the same month last year while the average sales price rose, according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. There were 1,882 sales, down 15.8 percent from 2,235 in April 2010. April sales were down 1.1 percent ...
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