In March of 2009, Neil Allran defaulted on his $620,000 mortgage. But that’s not his fault, he says. Instead, Allran blames BB&T, saying the bank should have known he wasn’t able to pay back the loan. In Gaston County, Allran ...Read More »
The foreclosure crisis is bad news for some. But for at least a few Charlotte-area contractors, it’s salvation. Despite a housing slump, some contractors in Charlotte are keeping their businesses afloat repairing and maintaining foreclosed homes, which angry owners often ...Read More »
These days, trying to sell a home in Charlotte can be daunting. Owners face competition from a glut of properties sitting in a slow-moving housing market, not to mention low-priced foreclosure and short sale properties. All that can add up ...Read More »
Charlotte architect David Furman was inside a room of dozens of developers and builders who city officials had asked to get together to discuss the master plan for uptown. It was the late 1990s, uptown was still growing in starts ...Read More »
The heat could soon be on some Charlotte-area developers to speed up construction on projects before the end of this year. If they don’t, it could cost them their precious building permits, which would mean wasted time and money. It ...Read More »
Last year, Gastonia real estate lawyer Keith Hance found himself facing a home closing involving financing that complied with Islamic law. He looked into the law, also known as Shariah, but in the end he passed on the closing at ...Read More »
Already skeptical of SouthPark Mall, a big, new complex built in the middle of pastureland, residents weren’t happy when they learned that Charlotte developer Johnny Harris planned to build offices and retail shops around it. It was the early 1970s, ...
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