You’re either fer it, or you’re agin it, as they say in the mountains of western North Carolina, and that’s true of possible legislation that REBIC will either back or oppose this year on the other end of the state in Raleigh, where the state legislature is in session.
For many, 13 is a dreaded number, a cursed pair of digits to be avoided at all costs. But ’13 might be a year of luck and plenty for some Charlotte-area developers and real estate and construction companies. Our 13-part series will take a look at companies and people expected to be among the busiest and biggest newsmakers this year.
CHARLOTTE — M/I Homes’ Charlotte operation must not have received the memo: It’s the holiday season, when homebuilding — and home-selling — traditionally go bye-bye. In November, Mecklenburg County issued 17 building permits worth nearly $2.5 million to Columbus, Ohio-based M/I. The majority — 10 — of those were awarded after Thanksgiving, when the Christmas [...]
When Tamara Lynch and the team at M/I Homes took over the Karras Commons development last year they loved everything about it – except that clunky name.
This could be the year.
There is a cautious optimism being felt across the Charlotte homebuilding industry.
Tech Land follows the way technology is changing real estate, development and construction. It’s 1 p.m. on an average Wednesday, and Tamara Lynch of Charlotte-based M/I Homes is holding an average ad for some properties in the city. But one thing about it is different than ads of yesteryear: a small collection of black-and-white squares [...]