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Bill Saint: The elusive president of the Home Builders Association of Charlotte speaks his piece (access required)

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MINT HILL – On the Level begs to differ. Bill Saint, president of Classica Homes, which in three years of existence has become one of Charlotte’s busiest luxury homebuilders, always turned us down. “I’m not interesting enough to interview,” Saint ...

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Charlotte homebuilders pick up where others left off (access required)

They’re victims of the recession: unfinished communities scattered across the Charlotte area. But for homebuilders like Lennar Corp., they’re an opportunity. Just ask Jon Hardy. Hardy, president of the Miami-based company’s Charlotte division, said that this year Lennar has built ...

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Missed Manors: A high-end home is hard 
to find, Charlotte builders 
say as they try to replenish depleted inventory (access required)

Rumors are swirling that the luxury home market in Charlotte is nearing extinction, that it’s barely a whisper of what it once was. But Charlotte homebuilder Alan Simonini says all the talk about the demise of Charlotte’ luxury home market ...

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Charlotte-area real estate agents see indicators of turnaround (access required)

Allen Tate Realtor Sandy Kindbom negotiated three residential real estate contracts in one week last month. That didn’t happen in 2010. For Kindbom, it’s a hopeful sign that 2011 will be the year when — finally — Charlotte’s real estate ...

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Green grows better on some builders than others in Charlotte (access required)

Kevin Holdridge and Michael McMillan have known each other for nearly a decade, but they only started working together recently. After running into each other repeatedly at green-building seminars and continuing-education presentations, they decided to stop fighting Charlotte’s old guard, ...

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Moving in (access required)

In 2010, 18 companies opened new offices, headquarters or facilities in Mecklenburg County, according to the Charlotte Regional Partnership’s By the Numbers report. Here are profiles of four businesses that decided Mecklenburg is the right spot for them to put ...

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