Charlotte and its neighboring communities need to rewrite zoning ordinances to include more affordable housing if the city and surrounding towns are to remain viable places to live for low and moderate income people. That was the underlying theme woven ...Read More »
Home builder confidence rose in June, a new survey from the National Association of Home Builders-Wells Fargo Housing Market Index shows. After fluctuating for several months, the index is now just one point shy of the threshold considered good for ...Read More »
The Cornelius Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 on Monday to approve a conditional rezoning of 40.5 acres for the development of a new 94-home community which will be known as Avery Park. Commissioner David Gilroy dissented on the rezoning and ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The days of being able to be “stupid” and still make money by buying troubled commercial properties and turning them around may be over, according to George Dewey IV and other commercial developers, but job growth and a ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Developers, contractors and subcontractors who have always wanted to have a word or two with the Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement agency now have an extra week to do just that. Code Enforcement, the division of the county’s Land ...Read More »
About 2 million homeowners who got a reprieve on their high mortgage rates five years ago through a loan modification process are about to be in for a shock as the loans hit the reset button. It’s not clear whether ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court recently held that a North Carolina statute of repose overrides national environmental laws. But attorneys say that while the ruling in CTS Corp. v. Waldburger against a community of North Carolina homeowners who discovered ...
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