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York County HBA knew nothing about UDO proposal for 2 years (access required)

It would be the biggest zoning change in York County in years. It’s called a unified development ordinance, and the county is considering adopting it. Its effect would be sweeping, adding new zoning districts, requiring buffers between certain subdivisions and ...

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Charlotte lawyer makes a 
living off cases involving HOAs and homeowners (access required)

On one side of the table was Charlotte attorney Ken Davies, who had a small, private practice and handled mostly domestic and personal injury cases and the occasional real estate litigation. On the other side of the table was a ...

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In the 
Shadows: Homebuilders say pending foreclosures harming housing recovery (access required)

Alan Banks looks back at 2006 fondly. A principal at Evans Coghill Homes in Charlotte, Banks said the company’s business has been nearly cut in half since a peak in 2006, when it built about 25 homes. This year, ECH ...

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NCDOT: America’s Park developers are holding up their own project (access required)

For nearly two years there’s been a lot of talk about America’s Park. The proposed 25-field baseball complex in Mooresville has been billed as the largest youth baseball facility in the country. Backers say it is scheduled to open next ...

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Flophouses: Real estate agents on the 
lookout for 
short sale fraud (access required)

To Jonathan Osman, the paperwork just didn’t seem right. Osman, a real estate agent for Keller Williams Realty in SouthPark, had been asked by another agent to help her out by looking over some documents related to an upcoming short ...

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Trailer 
Trashing: Iredell declares war on blighted mobile homes (access required)

Iredell County officials have launched an attack on a form of housing popular in the mostly rural county: mobile homes. David Lambert, director of solid waste for the county and one of the people on the frontlines, says abandoned mobile ...

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