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Davidson defends ordinance: Developers seek refunds for payments made (access required)

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Two developers have filed a lawsuit against the town of Davidson, claiming it exceeded the authority granted by the state Legislature in requiring homebuilders to include in their projects a portion of houses affordable to people making a less-than-median income. ...

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Closing on foreclosures: Inventory down, but deals still out there (access required)

Closing on foreclosures: Inventory down, but deals still out there <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Some homebuyers associate foreclosures with bargain-basement prices and oodles of profits. Others view the prospect of a distressed-home purchase as rife with potential pitfalls, including hidden rehab costs and multiple title liens. The truth lies somewhere in the middle. Although ...

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Huntersville to weigh Anchor possibilities (access required)

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HUNTERSVILLE – Following 15 years of abandoned plans and false starts, the possibility of redevelopment for the former Magla Mills property near downtown is back in play. The town Board of Commissioners last week instructed Manager Greg Ferguson to craft ...

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National home-remodeling growth expected to moderate (access required)

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The home remodeling industry is expected to experience slower growth next year after rising during the next three quarters. The annual increase in home-improvement spending is slated to ease to 3.1 percent in the second quarter of next year, down ...

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