The Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia area fares better than the national average when looking at underwater residences, according to a RealtyTrac analysis. Eight percent of homes in the area with a mortgage had a loan-to-value ratio of 125 percent or more in the ...Read More »
Mayor Dan Clodfelter has an impressive resume. The 64-year-old Thomasville native attended Davidson College, where he was named a Rhodes Scholar, enabling him to head off to earn a second bachelor’s degree at Oxford University and, later, a law degree ...
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Opponents of plans to install toll lanes on Interstate 77 filed a lawsuit Tuesday morning in Mecklenburg County Superior Court that aims to stop the project. Widen I-77 has hired attorney Matt Arnold, managing partner of Arnold & Smith PLLC, ...Read More »
RALEIGH – The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has placed a Charlotte-based broker on probation and ordered her to not work as a property manager for any homeowners association for two years. According to a consent order filed by the ...
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CHARLOTTE – Apartments are dominating commercial construction in Charlotte, and are expected to continue to do so in the near future. And while industry professionals have wrapped their heads around why people want to live in apartments, the high-concentration of ...Read More »
The number of homes in the Charlotte area that faced some step of the foreclosure process in 2014 was the lowest since 2006, according year-end data released by real estate information provider RealtyTrac. The Charlotte region’s foreclosure rate in 2014, ...Read More »
A representative from GoodSports Enterprises, which is seeking taxpayer funds to develop a sports complex near Bojangles’ Coliseum, declined to name the source of the company’s financing for the proposed $76.7 million venture at a meeting with city officials Wednesday. ...Read More »