The Cornelius Board of Commissioners voted 4-1 on Monday to approve a conditional rezoning of 40.5 acres for the development of a new 94-home community which will be known as Avery Park. Commissioner David Gilroy dissented on the rezoning and ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – When Doug Shipley first looked out over what would become the playing fields at the soon-to-open Rugby Athletic Center, this is what he saw. “It was a jungle,” said Shipley, director of development and operations at the RAC. ...Read More »
Pending home sales improved for the second straight month, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors. The Pending Home Sales Index, which measures sales activity based on when a contract has been signed but the transaction ...Read More »
Foreclosures completed in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia metro area were down 19.5 percent in April from the year before, according to a CoreLogic report. Area properties in some stage of foreclosure accounted for 1.2 percent of all homes with a mortgage, a ...Read More »
Rising home prices and increased sales volume boosted incomes for real estate professionals last year, according to a new member profile just released by the National Association of Realtors. For the third year in a row, incomes bumped up. Between ...
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CHARLOTTE – Communication, and the lack thereof, was again on Tuesday the subject of a meeting between construction and development industry representatives and the Mecklenburg County agency that polices them. This week’s forum was the monthly meeting at the Hal ...Read More »
Charlotte’s foreclosure inventory continued its decline in March, accounting for 1.2 percent of all Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia homes, according to CoreLogic. In February, CoreLogic reported that Charlotte homes in the foreclosure process measured 1.28 percent of all homes with an outstanding loan. ...Read More »