RICHMOND, VA. – A Maryland title company has moved a step closer to recovering more than $100,000 it paid to settle a civil action brought by the Maryland’s Attorney General’s office, which accused it of participating in a scheme to ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – For the past several years, the city turned a blind eye to some restaurants that operate illegally. But it now has plans to bring them into compliance, and will hold a community meeting March 4 in order to ...Read More »
The Construction Industry Safety Coalition last week issued a stern denouncement of a rule proposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration aimed to reduce silica exposure. According to the OSHA website, the proposed crystalline silica rule would impact as ...Read More »
INDIAN LAND – George I of England, a group of lost map surveyors, some Native Americans who got in the way, and Scots-Irish immigrants from Pennsylvania obsessed with the Wars of the Roses. They all played a part in the ...Read More »
A panhandle apart: The needs of northern Lancaster County’s bedroom community differ from the rural rest
INDIAN LAND – Two homeowners in the state-line straddling Bridgehampton subdivision dialed 911 to report a prowler. Sirens wailing, five Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department cars converged on the home of one of the callers within minutes. A quarter of an hour ...Read More »
Conservation subdivisions in rural areas. Clustering smaller lots in transitional zones. New urbanism developments in higher-density centers. Those are the financial mantras of residential developers in the Charlotte region, as undeveloped land becomes scarcer and costlier in many areas, market ...
Tagged with: Civic By Design cluster conservation subdivisions Dawn Blobaum Doug Boone Greener PRospects higher density development Jack Simoneau National Association of Home Builders new urban Randall Arendt residential development Stratford Hall Tom LowRead More »
Two mortgage brokers are being sued by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for making fraudulent statements in order to obtain loans used in speculative real estate deals in Charlotte during the heady days before the housing crash. Joshua Hankins of Charlotte ...Read More »
A property management company is among the “dirty dozen” area companies with the largest number of complaints made against them in 2013 to the Better Business Bureau’s Southern Piedmont chapter. Employees of Asset Property Management, a Cornelius-based real estate firm, ...
Tagged with: Amanda Hines Asset Property Management Better Business Bureau Southern Piedmont chapter Duane Constable Fence Master Unlimited Home Appliance Repair Home Energy Services Ltd. John Hruska Luchey & Mitchell Recovery Solutions LLC Michael David Henderson North Carolina Real Estate Commission PDL Recovery SErvices Ryan Cieslak Sky Mikesell Southern MEtro Real Estate Talley Properties Tom BartholomyRead More »
Sheila J. Hudson, a Concord Realtor and broker, has had her license revoked after being caught rifling through medications at a property she was visiting, according to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Hudson was one of two Charlotte-area Realtors ...
Tagged with: Asset Property Management Charlene Moody Concord Janet Thoren John Hruska license suspension N.C. Secretary of State Department North Carolina Real Estate Commission Realtor Ryan Cieslak Sheila J. Hudson Sky Mikesell Southern MEtro Real EstateRead More »
CHARLOTTE – The City Council on Tuesday approved by a 9-2 vote a controversial south Charlotte rezoning that will allow the construction of workforce housing in a neighborhood that largely opposed the proposal. Mayor Patrick Cannon provided the ninth — ...Read More »