CHARLOTTE – Levine Properties has announced plans to build a 105-unit boutique apartment community just south of Plaza Midwood. Levine bought three parcels of land totaling 1.2 acres along Commonwealth Avenue in Chantilly for about $2 million in October, according ...Read More »
Campus Crest Communities Inc. is selling nine properties it had planned to develop, including one near UNC Charlotte, as part of its “strategic repositioning” away from developing and building off-campus student housing, according to a statement. Charlotte-based Campus Crest has ...
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Scheduled foreclosure auctions in October jumped 288 percent year over year in North Carolina, 132 percent in the Charlotte metropolitan statistical area, and 267 percent in Mecklenburg County, according to housing data provider RealtyTrac. The state’s increase was second only ...
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The affordability of Charlotte’s housing has reached its lowest point since the second quarter of 2011, according to an index released Thursday by the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo. In the third quarter, 67.2 percent of new ...Read More »
Alice Alexander describes herself as a “typical baby boomer,” always seeking to improve her quality of life. The 57-year-old, who had devoted most of her professional career to nonprofit management and fundraising, lived in a 1925 Dutch colonial in Old ...Read More »
Preliminary October pending home sales in the Charlotte region increased to 3,198 contracts, up 20.5 percent from 2,654 in October 2013, according to data released Monday by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. “Demand for homes in the Charlotte area has ...Read More »
Home sales to institutional investors, which have been falling since mid-2013, rose both quarterly and annually in the Charlotte metropolitan statistical area in the third quarter, resulting in Charlotte being the second-most active market for such sales, according to statistics ...Read More »
Off-campus student housing is no longer what it used to be – and that has created several quandaries for local policy makers contending with density, zoning and student safety in north Charlotte. Developers around UNC Charlotte have steadily been building ...Read More »