Two Charlotte real estate professionals have been elected to executive positions on the North Carolina Real Estate Commission effective August 1. Tommy Lawing was elected as chairman of the commission and Cindy Chandler was chosen as vice chairman. Lawing is ...Read More »
Tens of thousands of North Carolina homes are vulnerable to hurricane storm surges, a new CoreLogic report found. The state ranks eighth in the country for at risk homes, while South Carolina was seventh. The analysis found that more than ...Read More »
Limited lots within the Interstate 485 beltway are putting on pressure on builders to creatively meet the demands of consumers who prefer urban living. In some cases, that means tearing down existing buildings, and reconfiguring lots to accommodate more ...Read More »
Home builders were in the top 10 industries receiving the most complaints with the Better Business Bureau in the Charlotte region. The bureau received 272 consumer complaints about builders in the last 36 months and 114 just in the last ...Read More »
There’s a disconnect in the housing market between buyers and sellers, according to a survey of agents issued by Redfin. Even as inventory has increased lately, buyers are not flocking to the market as expected, the nationwide survey of 707 ...Read More »
The National Association of Realtors is launching a new national $35 million advertising blitz highlighting the value of local knowledge and accurate data available to consumers through Realtors and realtor.com. The “Real People” campaign targeting home buyers and sellers will ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – If two recent additions to the city’s rezoning-process calendar are indicators, the apartment-development frenzy is still frenzied in south Charlotte. Two other recently filed rezoning petitions – one for a senior living center and another for an infill ...
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Foreign investors see value in the Charlotte market, and it’s not just the big real estate investment trusts that are putting stock in the Queen City. Investors from around the globe are snapping up single-family homes, town homes and condominiums. ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE –Call Wendy Field one of the post-recessionary urban pioneers, a bellwether for what expert observers say is a slowly re-emerging trend in Charlotte multifamily development: Small for-sale town house projects – and even a few condo efforts – in ...
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A homeowners association’s ability to make changes to a declaration of covenants might be a little trickier following a recent decision by the North Carolina Court of Appeals. The court found invalid a covenant amendment that stripped three neighborhood builders ...Read More »