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Pearson’s to be paid up to $1.7M to fix Mecklenburg County assessment errors

The next chapter in the saga of the 2011 Mecklenburg County property tax revaluation began Monday when the Board of County Commissioners approved up to $1.7 million for Pearson’s Appraisal Services to identify and help fix major assessment errors in the county’s 1,300 neighborhoods.

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Gateway Station gets going (access required)

"At this point, there has been no conceptual plans developed," said Kurt Hartman, senior managing director of Hines. "It's really been based on what your prior experience has been. We will need to get with NCDOT to craft an agreement, a predevelopment agreement, to understand who is doing what."

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Dilworth Walgreens up for final vote today

DILWORTH — Developer Lincoln Harris is expected to learn Monday whether a proposed pharmacy that has upset some residents in the Dilworth neighborhood will win approval from the Charlotte City Council. At a 4 p.m. zoning meeting, the council is ...

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Commercial property faces revaluation hurdles (access required)

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When the results of Mecklenburg County’s 2011 property revaluation were released, one of Jim Plyler’s clients was troubled. Compare Foods, which owns the old Tryon Mall site at 3600 N. Sharon Amity Road, came to him for help after the county valued the property at $4.85 million, said Plyler, a broker for Charlotte-based Piedmont Properties, a commercial real estate firm.

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THOUGHTS ON THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE: Charlotte developers, builders and agents open up (access required)

The capital-gains tax, mortgage-backed securities, small-business concerns, banking stability, interest rates, the “fiscal cliff,” the mortgage-interest deduction — and jobs, jobs, jobs. When they consider what the outcome of Tuesday's presidential election might be, those are but some of the issues that Charlotte-area builders, developers and real estate agents bring up.

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