The affordability of Charlotte’s housing has reached its lowest point since the second quarter of 2011, according to an index released Thursday by the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo. In the third quarter, 67.2 percent of new ...Read More »
NEW YORK — The federal government said Thursday that it reached a $5 million settlement with Wells Fargo to resolve allegations it discriminated against pregnant women, new mothers and women on maternity leave. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban ...Read More »
Some 150 people from the Charlotte-area business community attended The Mecklenburg Times’ “Future Charlotte – Building a Vision” inaugural breakfast forum at Byron’s South End on Wednesday morning. The event, sponsored by CREW Charlotte, featured a panel of community leaders ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The nation’s four biggest banks slashed billions of dollars from mortgages and other debts, enough to satisfy their obligations under a national mortgage settlement that stemmed from so-called robo-signing. A report on Tuesday from the monitor overseeing the ...Read More »
While the Charlotte real estate market remains affordable relative to many other U.S. markets, there is growing evidence that many middle class, professional families cannot afford to buy a home.
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One Wells Fargo Center, which was taken off the market after a deal to purchase it collapsed in July, could be up for sale again as soon as January, according to Hal Kempson, director of capital markets for CBRE. "Childress Klein will decide upon the first of next year (when) they'll do it," Kempson said Tuesday. "One Wells Fargo is going to go back up for sale."
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