Construction and Real Estate

Feb 17, 2016

County revisits reval

For nearly two hours Tuesday night, the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners did a postmortem on the flawed 2011 property tax revaluation, ending with a vow to never repeat the […]

Feb 12, 2016

Home construction outpaces lot development

Those looking to purchase a newly constructed home are going to have a tough time unless more developed lots come onto the market. That’s according to MetroStudy’s latest report on […]

Feb 12, 2016

City sets out to update zoning ordinance

Tony Lathrop looks out from a 46th floor meeting room and sees Charlotte laid out in spectacular form. On a clear day, he can see streets winding through Uptown and […]

Feb 10, 2016

Northern corridor plans move forward

An area of Charlotte – beginning in the South End, extending through Uptown, the North End and ultimately linking to the UNC Charlotte main campus – is targeted for economic […]

Feb 8, 2016

Expansion, easing prices forecast for commercial real estate

Despite global and domestic hurdles hindering economic growth, steady job gains and stable leasing demand should help keep U.S. commercial real estate activity expanding in 2016, according to an annual […]

Feb 4, 2016

York Co. denies rezoning for large single-family subdivision

The York County Council on Monday denied a rezoning request to build up to 200 single-family homes in Rock Hill, but gave initial approval for the construction of nearly 70 […]

Jan 28, 2016

Broker convicted in mortgage fraud loses license

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has permanently revoked the real estate license of former Charlotte broker Nathan Wolf after he was convicted of defrauding lenders out of millions of […]

Jan 22, 2016

City committee reviews development fees

Land-development user fees will be reviewed over the next couple of months to determine if changes need to be made to Charlotte’s policies. The Charlotte City Council’s Economic and Global […]

Jan 20, 2016

SouthPark redevelopment approved

The Charlotte City Council on Tuesday approved several rezoning petitions for mixed-use projects in Charlotte, including a 27-acre project in SouthPark slated to include workforce housing and smaller projects in […]

Jan 19, 2016

Boggs Paving execs begin sentences

Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III, who pleaded guilty in 2014 to defrauding the U.S. government on nearly $88 million in road construction contracts, has begun serving a 30-month prison sentence […]

Jan 13, 2016

Tax valuations for outdated equipment reined in

A solar energy company based in Asheville has something to be sunny about after the North Carolina Court of Appeals shaved more than a million dollars from the taxable value […]

Jan 12, 2016

Slim pickings for bargain house hunters in Charlotte

Charlotte-area house hunters searching for bargains might have to look elsewhere. A recent report by residential real estate data provider Trulia says for-sale homes here that are marketed as “bargains” […]

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