Luxury homes, a property niche that was hit hard by the recession, is back in popularity with buyers. Following the recent recession, interest in large and expensive homes dropped dramatically as homebuyers showed preferences for smaller, more affordable homes. But ...Read More »
HUNTERSVILLE – An Arizona-based developer and production builder never before seen in these parts has sites in the Charlotte market in its sights, and its first proposal in Mecklenburg County is for a 395-home subdivision in a booming section of ...Read More »
MARVIN – Towns in Union County are scrambling to figure out how to fund the maintenance of future subdivision streets after the state recently alerted them that it will no longer be doing the work – something that municipalities in ...
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Goldman Sachs, the global investment banking firm, put out a report naming Charlotte and Jacksonville, Fla., as the two hottest new housing markets in the country, based on population growth, cheap land and economic fundamentals. And in the post-recession, still-recovering era, Goldman picked three national production homebuilders as good stock investments, predicting they would grow in value by as much as 24 percent this year. Two of them have been charging into the Charlotte market in major ways since the market bottomed out in 2010: Toll Brothers Ryland Group.Read More »