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Adkins Land, Waterfront Group sue to recoup advertising dollars spent on failed projects (access required)

Two Charlotte-area companies are suing two other companies after a plan to develop several residential projects turned sour. The lawsuit is asking for nearly $100,000 in damages, as the plaintiffs claim their would-be partners failed to live up to their ...

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Developers still suing over failed oceanfront project (access required)

It was 2006, at the peak of the real estate bubble, and a group of investors were planning to build a large mixed-use oceanfront development on the North Carolina coast, featuring 11 buildings, 278 condominiums and 60,000 square feet of ...

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Officials struggle to wash hands 
of dirty deeds (access required)

When someone files a deed for a property they don’t actually own with the office of Mecklenburg County Register of Deeds David Granberry, there’s nothing Granberry can do to stop it. Granberry could know the deed is not legit, that ...

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Govt. officials battle ‘epidemic’ targeting Charlotte-area homes

On June 1, a real estate agent was showing a house to a couple in the Union County town of Weddington. While the couple checked out the basement of the house in the 1000 block of Antioch Woods Lane, two ...

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