“I don’t care if the money is coming from private investments,” Claire Fallon said. “It should be revealed. I get very suspicious when people aren’t transparent.”Read More »
Tenants will shoulder the costs of Camden’s renovations. Holly Casper, district manager in Charlotte for Camden, said the company is increasing rents by an average of $120 a month at renovated apartment complexes.Read More »
When the international media swarmed to Charlotte last week, some in the real estate business were drawn to the crowds. The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, the company that owns Skye Condominiums, and Habitat for Humanity are among those that couldn’t resist drawing attention to themselves during the DNC.Read More »
Sheryl Francis isn’t ready to call it a comeback. But she has noticed some periods are busier than others in her luxury real estate market of properties on Lake Norman near The Point. Late summer has been kind, as she had the highest-priced single family home to sell in the Charlotte area last week.Read More »
In a city brimming with people and noise, it is hard to feel alone. But as crowded as the Democratic National Convention has made Charlotte, the simple equation still applies: A life is a solitary thing. The three people profiled here have little in common except that they altered their routines to accommodate a week like no other.
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As Charlotte shakes off the effects of the Great Recession, those in the commercial real estate industry say they are seeing a rise in leases for small clients. But the same can’t be said for big-box tenants, who remain on the sidelines, hardly moving into new spaces or opening new locations.Read More »
“There are pocket areas that are not rising, but we are seeing more full-price and more multiple-offer situations in the more desirable areas,” said broker Debe Maxwell, of Savvy + Co. Real Estate.Read More »