CHARLOTTE – As 2013 has rolled into 2014, the data heads over at Karnes Co., a local analytics firm that keeps tabs on the city’s commercial real estate markets, have been on task collecting in-depth information about the office, industrial ...Read More »
Wall Street is at it again, slicing and dicing securities, hoping to sell pieces of the pie to investors hungry for better returns. But instead of offering investors bonds backed by mortgages, private equity firms are looking at new financial ...
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CHARLOTTE – An unassuming giant in Charlotte’s construction industry died last week, but Bonar Day Rodgers’ enduring impact will continue to be measured by the towering work that helps define the city. And, clients, business associates and competitors say, by ...
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Some homeowners who got a lifeline from the federal government through a loan modification program are about to get a rude awakening as interest rates on the loans – and the payments – start to rise this year. Most payments ...
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The Construction Industry Safety Coalition last week issued a stern denouncement of a rule proposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration aimed to reduce silica exposure. According to the OSHA website, the proposed crystalline silica rule would impact as ...Read More »
INDIAN LAND – George I of England, a group of lost map surveyors, some Native Americans who got in the way, and Scots-Irish immigrants from Pennsylvania obsessed with the Wars of the Roses. They all played a part in the ...Read More »
A panhandle apart: The needs of northern Lancaster County’s bedroom community differ from the rural rest
INDIAN LAND – Two homeowners in the state-line straddling Bridgehampton subdivision dialed 911 to report a prowler. Sirens wailing, five Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department cars converged on the home of one of the callers within minutes. A quarter of an hour ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Eric Renninger left N.C. just in time to miss both our recent bouts with winter weather. Renninger, the recently named region developer for Honest-1 Auto Care in Charlotte and the surrounding area, has been out west at the ...Read More »
Despite solid gains in home sale prices, Charlotte remains an affordable market for homebuyers, new data released by the National Association of Realtors show. For the fourth quarter of 2013, the median sale price of existing single-family homes in Charlotte ...Read More »
Conservation subdivisions in rural areas. Clustering smaller lots in transitional zones. New urbanism developments in higher-density centers. Those are the financial mantras of residential developers in the Charlotte region, as undeveloped land becomes scarcer and costlier in many areas, market ...
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