The strong growth in apartment construction near center city and a subsequent rise in vacancy rates may lead to more apartment development on the outskirts of town in the upcoming year, industry insiders say. And for those in the market ...Read More »
The Greater Charlotte Apartment Association is hosting itsannual Multifamily Forecast Breakfast at 8 a.m. Jan. 16 at the Westin Charlotte. Panelists will discuss new development opportunities, market conditions, industry demographics, Charlotte in-migration, community building and higher-density housing. The panelists are ...
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Two of the nation’s busiest submarkets for apartment development since 2012 are in the Charlotte area, including Uptown/South End and Mooresville. Uptown/South End ranked first and Mooresville fifth, according to a recent report released by MPF Research in Texas. MPF ...Read More »
Professional, eloquent, caring and active. This was the impression Ken Szymanski gave off during his interview with The Meck Times recently. Szymanski has been the executive director at the Greater Charlotte Apartment Association for 28 years, and it’s obvious that ...Read More »
A new national survey of home builders reports a growing resurgence in renewable energy features in homes, a trend that is being seen in both single-family and multifamily construction. According to the findings by McGraw Hill Construction team and surveys ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement, the government agency that reviews construction plans and inspects projects, has itself come under the review and inspection of Dena Diorio, county manager. The Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition, the Charlotte-based lobbying organization, implied it ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – A study by Harvard University found that the country’s rental housing market was the main benefactor of the housing-bubble burst that sent the U.S. careening into the its worst recession since the Depression. But the study, titled “America’s ...Read More »
Rental property owners in Pineville will not be required to provide their contact information to the town. Ed Humphries, Pineville’s interim administrator, said that the town council decided to scrap the requirement during its meeting Sept. 10 and that the proposal will not come back.Read More »
Last week, in a 4-0 vote, the council’s public safety committee gave its support to the proposal, which calls for rental property owners to give the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department their contact information, including business and home addresses and phone numbers.
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Kevin Higgins is a busy guy. Higgins, a Charlotte contractor and owner of THS National, and his employees have been working hard all spring and summer. But they aren’t building homes; not many contractors are, thanks to the housing market ...Read More »