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U.S. foreclosure filings increased 6 percent in July
Posted by: The Associated Press on 2012-08-13
The number of homes that received an initial notice of default – first step in the foreclosure process – was 6 percent higher in July than last year, foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac said. Filings of initial default notices have increased on an annual basis three months in a row….
Lenders look for alternatives to repossessing homes
Posted by: The Associated Press on 2012-08-10
LOS ANGELES — More homes started on the path to foreclosure in July, even as lenders pulled back on home repossessions. The number of homes that received an initial notice of default — first step in the foreclosure process — was 6 percent higher in July than last year, foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac said Thursday….
Foreclosure activity up in May
Posted by: The Associated Press on 2012-06-14
Lenders initiated foreclosure proceedings against more U.S. homeowners in May, setting the stage for increases in home repossessions and short sales, scenarios that could further weigh down home values in coming months….
Developer hopes I-485 interchange puts apartments on path to success
Posted by: Scott Baughman on 2012-05-29
Here come more apartments for the Charlotte area. Charlotte-based developer Charter Properties has started construction on a $35 million, 340-unit apartment project at the intersection of Interstate 485 and Prosperity Church Road….
Highest- and lowest- priced single family home sales in Charlotte
Posted by: Scott Baughman on 2012-04-05
The highest- and lowest- priced single family home sales in Charlotte from March 26 to April 2, 2012….
Property owners in limbo over Rock Hill-Fort Mill connector route
Posted by: Tara Ramsey, staff writer on 2012-02-16
The Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study, an intergovernmental transportation planning organization for eastern York County, has suggested four possible routes for the connector, which would include a bridge over the Catawba River….
This property is condemned … some day
Posted by: john.stodder on 2012-02-07
A big takings case reported by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly has all the ingredients to pit property-rights advocates against an arrogant government agency willing to send certain property owners into decades of limbo for its own convenience….
Posted by: Bea Quirk, contributing writer on 2012-01-06
2011 is officially over, and some in the real estate and construction industries are glad to see it end….
Stellar sellers: Million-dollar residential agents on their path to prosperity
Posted by: Tara Ramsey, staff writer on 2011-12-20
They’re the rock stars among Charlotte-area residential real estate agents. They specialize in luxury, multimillion-dollar homes. They count among their clients professional athletes, NASCAR drivers and high-powered executives. Some attribute their success to referrals and strong relationships with clients. Others credit hard work. Here’s a look at some of these super agents. CHRIS BLACK, Cottingham…
A look at progress in Charlotte, 2011 style
Posted by: Joanna Reule, guest columnist on 2011-01-28
Demand. The dragon of development. Those who slay it win everlasting victory. Those who are defeated lie dead in foreclosure. Mastering this tricky beast is the quest for those who will win progress and new development accolades for the Queen City in 2011. Take the shining knight, if I may, Charles Thrift, senior leasing agent…