Real estate is one of the strongest sectors in North Carolina’s economy. That’s according to a quarterly forecast from University of North Carolina at Charlotte economist John Connaughton. Finance, insurance and real estate are expected to experience an increase in ...Read More »
Ron Morgan used to be an architect and developer who took the buildings that symbolized the past of the Charlotte region — textile mills and furniture plants — and redesigned them as temples to urbanism and an eco-conscious future. But, ...Read More »
Construction employment in North Carolina fell 2.8 percent in October from the same month a year ago, the Associated General Contractors of America said this week. The state lost 4,900 construction jobs during the period, bringing total construction employment to ...
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The former Premiere Manufacturing Knitting Co. plant in Morganton has a new lease on life, since it’s now home to City Hall and residential and commercial properties. About 10 years ago, the 100,000-square-foot Burke County building was a decaying hulk ...Read More »
As the construction industry’s unemployment rate hit 13.7 percent, the sector lost 20,000 jobs from September to October, the Associated General Contractors of America said late last week. The losses stemmed from continued declines in the public sector, the Arlington, ...Read More »
There might be price stabilization in the Charlotte real estate market soon, the chief economist for the National Association of Realtors said this week. Lawrence Yun, speaking Tuesday to 236 real estate professionals during a Charlotte Regional Realtor Association event, ...Read More »
The chief economist for the National Association of Realtors will make a presentation on “Real Estate Market Trends and Housing Forecast” at an event hosted by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. The event featuring Lawrence Yun will run from 9:30 ...Read More »
Tim Eldridge’s job gives him a front-row seat to the problems created by the shortage of workers in the construction industry. But he’s hoping some training programs will give the Carolinas a boost when the economy improves. Lives in: Mountain ...
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