PORTLAND, Ore. – Picture this: Within the next 12 to 18 months, artificial intelligence will have completely taken over the building industry. Power tools formerly used in construction will be replaced by what will appear to a layperson to be ...Read More »
Editor’s Note: Karnes Report Charlotte Retail contained an error regarding space at the Rock Hill Galleria being leased by Sears. That information has been removed from this story. Demand for retail space is up in the smaller shopping centers, with ...Read More »
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has permanently revoked Denetria Montresa Myles’ real estate brokerage license. The commission’s action last month comes after Myles, 44, was convicted in October 2013 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia region has bucked the national trend of diminishing construction employment over the last year, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Construction employment increased in fewer than half of the nation’s metro areas over the last year, ...
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The sales price of existing homes in the Charlotte area, including distressed sales, appreciated 5.7 percent in July from a year earlier, according to CoreLogic’s Home Price Index report. Sales prices in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia metropolitan statistical area grew 0.2 percent ...
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Development and investment firm Stream Realty Partners has acquired the former AT&T Plaza building in the Second Ward for $45.5 million. Stream Realty purchased the building, which it is renaming 300 South Brevard, from CK Southern Associates, a partnership between ...Read More »
Realtors and buyers are becoming more resourceful and creative in order to find properties in light of a continuing dearth of housing inventory. The area’s growth and homeowners’ reluctance to sell have caused a shortage in available houses for sale, ...Read More »
Two North Carolina home-repair companies have been ordered to pay more than $700,000 in refunds and penalties for having misled dozens of consumers, according to the office of N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper. A Wake County Superior Court judge has ...
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