The N.C. Senate has transformed a one-page House bill on gravel-transport regulation into 54 pages of omnibus provisions that would, among other things, raise the stakes for conservationists seeking to halt state transportation projects. House Bill 765 includes many proposals ...Read More »
RALEIGH — A bill eliminating one outlet for North Carolina homeowners to protest local development has passed the General Assembly and is headed to the governor, where it will likely receive final approval. The House voted 82-28 Wednesday in favor of ...
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Charlotte-area home sales are seeing a decreasing amount of distressed properties in the mix. The percentage of real estate owned and short deals among all home sales has dropped several percentage points this year and is lower than the national ...
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A Gaston County woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $540,000 from the tennis court construction company she worked for – a crime that was uncovered by her employer after she had flown to a Mexico resort using tickets ...Read More »
Developers target retirees, transit-oriented projects: Rezoning requests submitted for residential and office mixed-use projects
CHARLOTTE – Developers are betting on the booming rental market, with several filing rezoning requests with the city to add apartments across Charlotte. Others are promoting townhome and single-family construction, both with and without mixed uses. The largest project by ...
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Charlotte-area home sales continued their upward trajectory in June as a double-digit drop in inventory left prospective buyers with increasingly limited options. The number of homes sold in the 12-county region rose to 4,434 last month, up 22 percent from ...
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National homeownership rates haven’t been this low since the Dow Jones skyrocketed to a record high 3,793, junk-bond king Michael Milkin dined cafeteria-style with a prison-issued spork, and Nancy Kerrigan got whacked with a collapsible baton an inch above her ...Read More »