North and South Carolina have long been rivals. Sports teams. Job markets. Tourism. All have been battlefields for the two states. In the real estate industry, there’s yet another way the two states are compared: property tax rates. For the ...Read More »
Cabarrus County commissioners are expected in October to take up the issue of assessing property values for the county’s 2012 revaluation. On Oct. 17, commissioners will vote on a proposed schedule of values. Brent Weisner, county tax administrator, said the ...Read More »
Another person associated with Atlanta-based Beazer Homes, which built homes in the Charlotte area, is facing federal charges. Mortgage loan officer Janette Parker, 48, of Mint Hill, has been charged with three counts of mortgage fraud, according to the U.S. ...
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Rising National Association of Realtors dues are among issues that will be discussed during a Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors town hall meeting. The event will run from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Oct. 4 at K&L Gates’ offices ...Read More »
Lincoln County will receive a $46,000 grant for a planned network of foot trails that would connect to the Carolina Thread Trail across seven North Carolina counties. The county will oversee the creation of a 1.7-mile stretch of trail, the ...Read More »
At their Sept. 20 meeting, Lincolnton’s planning board approved construction of a parking lot for Gaston College in a 4-2 vote. The property is near the intersection of South Academy and East Congress streets. Through the project, about 40 more ...Read More »
About 25 candidates for public offices were expected to attend the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association’s annual fish fry Thursday, officials said at the event. The fish fry has been around for more than 20 years. Held on the CRRA’s parking ...
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