One in every 192 homes in the Charlotte area had a foreclosure filing in the first quarter, ranking the region 62nd among more than 200 U.S. metropolitan areas, Irvine, Calif.-based RealtyTrac said today.Read More »
As director and general counsel of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s legal department, Thomas Miller spent 30 years going after unscrupulous agents and was the man behind controversial laws and rules that have shaped the state’s real-estate industry.
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If there are people in the building industry upset about a Davidson proposal to do away with its so-called charrettes, Joe Padilla is not among them. Padilla, executive public policy director with the Charlotte-based Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition, is glad the policy might finally get axed.
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Carolinas HealthCare System recently finished up five projects valued at nearly $2 million. CHS has another 11 projects ongoing with a total tab of $169.5 million. Among the 11 is the $110.6 million, multiphase transformation of Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville from a satellite facility into a tertiary hospital.
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For March, CRRA said there was a nearly 21 percent decrease in the number of houses for sale versus the same month a year ago. Industry observers say the decline stems from fewer distressed properties being put up for sale and new-home construction remaining depressed.
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Jim Leonard is among the local contractors hoping to land some of the remodeling contracts for 7-Eleven Inc. That’s why he was annoyed that some of the initial six stores have gone to a contractor from outside North Carolina.Read More »
There's a new ripple in both the local and national real estate market: homeowners who can’t get back what they put into their houses and are forced to rent their properties just to pay the mortgage.Read More »