The North Carolina Court of Appeals has issued an opinion that promises to give municipalities across the state more guidance on when those who object to local government decisions can argue their case in court. In short, the appeals court ...Read More »
Joe Bowling attributes his longtime affinity to a self-sustaining lifestyle to his mother’s Depression-era childhood and her subsequent belief in the motto “waste not, want not.” The 49-year-old Air Force veteran and airplane mechanic even started a company 10 years ...
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Charlotte-area home prices reached a new high in March, according to the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller home price index released Tuesday. The index for homes in the Charlotte Metropolitan Statistical Area climbed to 136.93 from 135.75 in February and 131.24 in ...
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The Charlotte City Council’s frustration with the social and political issue that the city says is already impacting Charlotte’s economy was on display Monday, when discussions on a controversial ordinance bounced on and off the council’s meeting agenda before erupting ...Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership and community leaders on Tuesday celebrated the U.S. Green Building Council’s honoring of the Brightwalk at Historic Double Oaks mixed-income community north of uptown. The council awarded Brightwalk a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Neighborhood ...
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Mecklenburg County will continue evaluating three proposals to transform 17 acres in Second Ward, after a meeting during which county commissioners expressed disagreement over what should be built in the area that once was home to the African-American neighborhood of ...Read More »
The age and experience levels of Realtors is decreasing, resulting in a drop in median incomes industry wide. Those are part of the findings of the 2016 National Association of Realtors Member Profile, which discovered that association members’ median age ...Read More »