A highly anticipated homebuilder report showed confidence among U.S. builders slipping to its lowest level in a year. The National Association of Home Builders-Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, which measures builder sentiment in the market for newly built, single-family homes, ...Read More »
RALEIGH – The full N.C. Senate is scheduled tonight to debate a bill that tells local governments not to regulate homebuilders’ aesthetic choices. Garage door types, paint colors and master bedroom placement are among the topics likely to be under ...Read More »
Foreclosure activity in the Charlotte area market is down significantly across the board. A new RealtyTrac report shows filings for combined default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions were down 10.83 percent in April from the previous month and down ...
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The Federal Highway Administration has given the green light to the North Carolina Department of Transportation to proceed with the construction of the 19.7-mile Monroe Bypass. But the Southern Environmental Law Center, which successfully sued the transportation agencies over their ...Read More »
Building permits issued during the first quarter for single-family home construction in the Charlotte market rose by 11 percent over the same period last year, according to figures recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau. That, according to a Charlotte ...
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STALLINGS – After one of its members said “we need to stop just being grateful to anyone who comes to town with a project,” the Town Council voted 5-1 this week to deny a rezoning for a 107-lot single-family subdivision. ...Read More »
LANCASTER, S.C. – The Lancaster County Council this week voted to approve the first of three required readings of a rezoning ordinance that would pave the way for Matthews-based Bonterra Builders to develop the Reserve at Barber Rock single-family subdivision. ...Read More »
In his first remarks since taking office as director of the Federal Housing Financing Agency, former Charlotte congressman Mel Watt indicated a shift in policy that may make more loan money available to borrowers. As the regulator in charge of ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Proposed office buildings in Uptown and in SouthPark are expected to seek rents several dollars higher per square foot than any rents being paid currently. Last month, plans were revealed for an Uptown office tower to be developed ...Read More »