Sep 20, 2023

Wait, don’t sign that lease (yet)! Get answers to these 13 questions before you commit to an apartment. 

            Congratulations! After a long search, you’ve finally found an apartment you like at a price you can afford. Your application has been accepted, and […]

May 14, 2019

Rents Growth Accelerates After a Relatively Flat 12 Months

Across the U.S., rent growth is picking up its pace following a year of relatively stagnant appreciation, according to the latest quarterly HotPads® Rent Report. The U.S. median rent is $1,530 per month, […]

Apr 9, 2019

1 in 10 New Apartments in the US are being built with Latch

Latch, creator of the world’s first smart access system, announced today that 1 in 10 new apartments in the US are being built with Latch. The pace of adoption for […]

Nov 21, 2017

Hopper Communities launches at Uptown West

Residential developer Hopper Communities has launched sales for Uptown West, a new townhome community in the Historic West End. Located at the intersection of Duckworth Avenue and Wesley Heights Way, […]

Aug 29, 2017

Study: Low-income renters struggle to afford least-expensive apartments

Renters who earn the least cannot afford even the cheapest market-rate rentals in the nation’s largest metro areas, according to a Zillow® analysis of multifamily rents and Census income data. […]

Apr 13, 2016

Apartment moratorium in Mount Pleasant

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. – Mount Pleasant has imposed a six-month moratorium on new apartment building. Local media outlets report the town council approved the moratorium Monday in a community where […]

Oct 21, 2015

KASS: Document apartment before and after

DEAR BENNY: My son recently moved out of an apartment he rented for slightly longer than a year. At the end of the lease, the landlord allowed him to continue […]

Nov 21, 2014

Levine to build boutique apartment community

CHARLOTTE – Levine Properties has announced plans to build a 105-unit boutique apartment community just south of Plaza Midwood. Levine bought three parcels of land totaling 1.2 acres along Commonwealth […]

Apr 30, 2014

Levine seeks approval for 25-story hotel, apartment development

CHARLOTTE – Levine Properties wants to add 175 hotel rooms – and 35 vertical feet – to an apartment development planned for the Midtown neighborhood just south of Uptown. The […]

Jul 2, 2012

Charlotte offering grants to apartment industry

The city of Charlotte’s Neighborhood and Business Services division said security- and façade-improvement grants are available for apartment communities.

Jan 30, 2012

Fee frustrations

The apartment industry in Charlotte is doing well. Rents have been soaring, and occupancies are up – all thanks to the downturn in the single-family housing market. But just because apartment owners are seeing a rise in business it doesn’t mean they want to fork over money to register their properties with the city.

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