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Henry Pharr III, commercial real estate lawyer: It’s not rock ’n’ roll, but he likes it (access required)

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Henry Pharr III is a commercial real estate lawyer, which sounds about as exciting as, well, commercial real estate law. And with a name that ends with III, On the Level feared for the worst. But as so often happens, ...

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Panel discussion explores HOA powers (access required)

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Friction between homeowners associations and the residents they govern is a real issue for Charlotte residents. About 120 residents turned out on Feb. 6 at Davidson Day School for “Your HOA and You: Who Rules the Neighborhood?” – a panel ...

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Radio station to host panel discussion on HOA and owners’ rights (access required)

WFAE-FM radio is hosting a public panel discussion on homeowners associations and their relationships with the residents they govern from 7-8:30 p.m. on Feb. 6 at Davidson Day School. Part of the station’s public conversation series, the discussion, called “Your ...

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A capital idea: SEC changes may make it easier to crowdfund real estate (access required)

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Crowdfunding has been used to finance independent films, support aspiring novelists and musicians and launch small businesses. Now new rules under review by the Securities and Exchange Commission may shake up the real estate market by making it easier for ...

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HOAs squeezed when dues not paid (access required)

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CHARLOTTE – While the housing market continues to recover, many homeowners associations are still feeling the consequences of the recession. Foreclosures are down, though there were still 2,328 bank-owned homes in the Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord metro area in September, according to RealtyTrac, ...

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A home away from HOA control: Property owner wants to empower homeowners (access required)

Jim Lane is a man on a mission. The Huntersville resident wants to reform and improve homeowners associations, which he believes have run amok and are “too controlling of residents’ lives.” Lane said he’s petitioning all Charlotte area HOAs and homeowners to join his new organization, "Greater Charlotte Alliance of Homeowners Associations." Homeowners in disputes with their HOAs will get some relief from two laws passed by the N.C. General Assembly during this year’s session, one of which takes effect Oct. 1.

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On the Level: John Maheras (access required)

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John Maheras puts together commercial real estate deals as a partner at one of Charlotte’s leading law firms, Horack Talley. He’s apparently so good at it that members of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) recently voted him state director for North and South Carolina. He takes office in May and will keep the volunteer post for a three-year term.

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On the Level: Land-use attorney Collin Brown is moving up representing developers in rezoning cases (access required)

At 35, Charlotte land-use attorney Collin Brown is moving up, literally and figuratively. As the Charlotte area comes to grips with development and density issues, you can often find Brown advocating for developers at public meetings, which are just as often packed with protesters.

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Abersham deal was no walk in the park (access required)

The purchase of the collapsed Abersham subdivision site has got to be one of the most unusual and complicated real estate deals in Mecklenburg County history. And most of those involved in the sale agree that they’ve never seen anything ...

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