How much are Charlotte, NC, home prices up? New data from the Carolinas Multiple Listing Services and Realtors shows home prices rose in July, as inventory across the region remained tight. That’s depressing sales.
What does Mecklenburg County’s revaluation mean for residents’ taxes? That’s one question Assessor Ken Joyner said the county is close to answering as new values for all 365,000 parcels of property are assigned.
Charlotte, N.C. is facing questions about apartments, growth, transit, traffic, home prices and density as it continues its building boom. Charlotte has the dubious title of fastest-growing US apartment market.
Starting Aug. 16, airline travelers who want to have shorter lines at the airport can enroll in the TSA PreCheck program at the Staples store in south Charlotte. It’s the only Staples store in NC with this option.
Marketed as the first “tiny house” development in Charlotte, Keyo Park West promises new houses under 500 square feet for less than $100,000. But the Coulwood neighborhood project is facing uncertainty and a lawsuit.
A new analysis from RealPage shows that Charlotte is the No. 1 market in the U.S. for building new apartments, in terms of percentage growth, beating other booming cities like Seattle, Nashville and Austin
Charlotte developers are building micro-apartments, tiny studios and tiny houses in a city that’s typically known for larger apartments and homes. While common in New York and San Francisco, it’s hard to say whether tiny living will catch on in Charlotte.
A new apartment building called Hub South End is under construction in Charlotte, NC at Dunavant and Hawkins streets, developed by Ram Realty Advisors. It’s opening in 2020, as South End keeps booming.