The city of Charlotte continues to hash out proposals on reducing the $21.7 million budget deficit it faces next year, with ideas ranging from slashing spending to raising property taxes and fees. Some of the plans, presented by City Manager ...Read More »
Attorneys for both the U.S. and a former Charlotte real estate lawyer have filed appeals in her conviction and sentencing on mortgage fraud conspiracy charges. The U.S. attorney’s office is, in essence, asking the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ...
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A record of more than 700 volunteer Realtors helped repair 25 homes and three nonprofit organization buildings in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties Friday as part of Realtors Care Day. The event is an initiative of the Housing Opportunity Foundation, a ...Read More »
ROCK HILL – The master developer of a 23-acre former textile site plans by the end of this year to begin work on the first component of the project: the renovation of a 260,000-square-foot industrial building called the Lowenstein building. ...Read More »
See related story on proposed legislation that would change or repeal the Map Act. A group of property owners who are beating the North Carolina Department of Transportation in a high-stakes fight over the Map Act have asked the Supreme ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County and the Charlotte metro area saw increases in scheduled auctions and bank repossessions on foreclosed properties last month, according to real estate information and analytics provider RealtyTrac. Bank repossessions in the county rose to 103 last month from ...Read More »
The N.C. House has approved a bill designed to ease restrictions on homebuilders by reducing property inspections and defining misconduct. The N.C. Building Code Regulatory Reform Bill, also known as HB 255, passed by a margin of 105-5 on Tuesday. ...Read More »