Mecklenburg County property owners should begin receiving their property tax bills this week, the county said. This year, the county conducted a revaluation of residential and commercial properties, the first revaluation since 2003. Roughly half of the properties were reappraised ...Read More »
Those in Cabarrus County who need to dump construction waste will have to either wait about two weeks or take a road trip as the Cabarrus County Construction and Demolition Landfill will be closed while construction takes place to expand ...Read More »
The North Carolina attorney general’s office and other agencies have requested documents related to deed scams in Mecklenburg County, Register of Deeds David Granberry has told The Mecklenburg Times. Granberry would not name which agencies besides the attorney general’s office ...Read More »
Bank of America Corp. today said it has agreed to sell about 13.1 billion common shares of China Construction Bank Corp. to a group of unnamed investors. The Charlotte-based bank said the sale, slated to close in the third quarter, is ...Read More »
Although the Charlotte area was rocked by tremors from Tuesday afternoon’s earthquake, appraisers and real estate agents didn’t expect the event to have much effect on the local housing market. Still, some appraisers said it could impact deals that were ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Crescent Resources has named Scott Dozier vice president of its residential division. The real estate development company said Dozier will oversee the company’s projects in the Atlanta region, such as The River Club, a residential community. Dozier was previously ...
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The Charlotte City Council has approved the rezoning of 1.66 acres at 7841 Idlewild Road. New Hope Baptist Church sought the zoning change from residential (R-4) to institutional. The church wants to convert a 1,350-square-foot mission house into a free ...Read More »