Mecklenburg County homeowners should start receiving 2011 property revaluation notices in their mailboxes this week. On average, home values are expected to increase 6 to 8 percent over the last revaluation in 2003. State law requires revaluations of properties in ...Read More »
Charlotte City Councilman David Howard has been appointed to the National League of Cities’ 2011 Community and Economic Development Policy and Advocacy Steering Committee. The committee is in charge of developing NLC federal policy positions in the areas of community and economic ...
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Bank of America Corp. on Thursday said it is splitting its mortgage business into two units, with a new division created specifically to handle foreclosures and discontinued loan products. The bank said the new Legacy Asset Servicing unit will be ...Read More »
RALEIGH — North Carolina’s Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit Friday filed by a few taxpayers who challenged tens of millions of dollars in tax breaks used to lure Google Inc. to Caldwell County. Justices did not explain their decision that ...Read More »
Electrolux Major Appliances and First Texas Homes have formed a partnership to provide energy-efficient appliances to all First Texas homebuyers. First Texas, one of the largest regional homebuilders in Texas, has more than 60 communities in Dallas, Fort Worth and ...
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The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association apparently has not been persuaded by a call by the Charlotte chapter of the NAACP to boycott Charlotte. Last month, the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People called for ...Read More »
As Charlotte prepares to host the 2012 the Democratic National Convention, the Better Business Bureau of Southern Piedmont is warning against scammers. In particular, the BBB is warning about scams involving home rentals, tickets, job postings and towing. Within hours ...
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Foreclosure filings in Mecklenburg County jumped nearly 42 percent in January over December, setting a record in the state, according to a report today from the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. The 1,850 foreclosure filings in January were ...Read More »