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A capital idea: SEC changes may make it easier to crowdfund real estate (access required)

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Crowdfunding has been used to finance independent films, support aspiring novelists and musicians and launch small businesses. Now new rules under review by the Securities and Exchange Commission may shake up the real estate market by making it easier for ...

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Cash home sales top 50 percent (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – More homebuyers paid with cash in October – and not just institutional investors, who bought a smaller share of the homes sold, while cash purchases overall topped 50 percent for the first time in 19 months. “We have ...

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The end of the road maintenance in Union County (access required)

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MARVIN – Towns in Union County are scrambling to figure out how to fund the maintenance of future subdivision streets after the state recently alerted them that it will no longer be doing the work – something that municipalities in ...

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Age-old land-use conflicts delay two major decisions in Cornelius (access required)

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CORNELIUS – The town’s Board of Commissioners on Monday voted unanimously to delay two related decisions, one on a new land-use plan and another on a rezoning request by a developer of a proposed residential subdivision. Former Cornelius Mayor Gary ...

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County: Levine’s $700M First Ward project to start in January (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – Prominent Charlotte developer, landowner and visionary Daniel Levine’s much-ballyhooed, long-delayed $700 million public-private project to build an “urban village” in First Ward is now scheduled for a January ground-breaking. That’s according to W. Lee Jones, capital planning division ...

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HomeArama at Cheval exposes the latest innovations in modern living (access required)

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MINT HILL – Despite the chilly temperatures on Thursday morning, about 100 people walked through the Woodlands at Cheval, a new luxury development in Mint Hill, exploring the community for the latest in home décor and innovative design at Charlotte’s ...

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Buying up the block (access required)

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We’ve known for a while that institutional investors – led by the behemoth Blackstone Group – are making big investments in the Charlotte housing market. Now we know the extent of their investment, and the extent to which they are ...

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Public input sought Tuesday on $200M mixed-use development (access required)

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SOUTH CHARLOTTE – The city of Charlotte will hold a community meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday to gather neighborhood input on a proposed $200 million mixed-used development on 90 acres of the largest patch of undeveloped land anywhere in or ...

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