The Charlotte region and North Carolina followed last month’s national trend of an increased number of homes reverting to bank ownership, the result of a foreclosure backlog wending its way through the regulatory system. According to RealtyTrac, the number of ...Read More »
Local officials have heard N.C. Sen. Jeff Tarte’s rallying cry for support of state legislation that would jettison the state Department of Transportation’s contract with a Spanish company to build a toll road on Interstate 77. Tarte, a Republican representing ...
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MATTHEWS — Stephen Messer, executive director at Plantation Estates, spoke in front of more than 300 people, including residents, Plantation Estates employees and public officials, at Friday’s groundbreaking ceremony for the newest addition to the 50-acre retirement and assisted living ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Mecklenburg County’s Code Enforcement Department plans to roll out its new mega multifamily inspection team June 29. The county’s Building Development Commission, which advises the Code Enforcement Department, received an update on the mega team launch status at ...
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The Charlotte City Council approved several rezoning requests Monday night, including a developer’s controversial petition to build a mixed-use project on nearly 2 acres on Central Avenue. The council also denied a request to build townhomes in southwest Charlotte. DPJ ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Mecklenburg and Iredell counties are among the five counties nationwide that have best controlled urban sprawl since the mid-1990s, according to a new study. Once the signature of an era of pell-mell development, American sprawl has slowed to ...Read More »
LOS ANGELES — Standard Pacific Corp. and Ryland Group Inc. have agreed to merge in an all-stock transaction that will create a single homebuilder with operations in 17 states. The merger marks the first big move toward consolidation among the ...Read More »
Charlotte’s two neighboring South Carolina counties are facing a surge of residential development that’s putting a strain on roads and public services. In preparation for future growth, both York and Lancaster counties are updating their development standards and looking for ...Read More »
Cindy S. Chandler has two goals when she begins her term Aug. 1 as chair of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission: “to continue to look after the best interest of the consumer while being very mindful to not enact ...Read More »