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Lake Norman Realty expands with Hecht Realty merger

July 2. Hecht Realty has merged with Lake Norman Realty, effective July 1, according to Abigail Jennings, president of Lake Norman Realty. She said the deal doubles Lake Norman Realty’s commitment to the west side of the Lake Norman market. Hecht Realty’s office space in Denver will become a dedicated property management and rentals office. […]

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Construction begins on $90 million senior ‘resort’ in Huntersville

June 17. Construction on Symphony Park, a luxury independent living resort for seniors, began Thursday with a groundbreaking ceremony that included Huntersville’s Mayor John Aneralla, local officials, designers BB + M Architecture, and landscape architects and civil engineers Cole, Jenest & Stone. The $90 million resort is set to open in the fall of 2022, […]

Tate Cares campaign nets $111,000

June 11. Allen Tate has raised $111,000 for local arts and cultural programs as well as United Way agencies in North and South Carolina through its Tate Cares combined giving campaign. The annual campaign gives Allen Tate agents and employees the opportunity to support arts and cultural organizations and United Way agencies in local communities […]

Premier Sotheby’s is No. 21 in REAL Trends annual survey

April 13. Premier Sotheby’s International Realty has been ranked No. 21 nationally on the annual REAL Trends 500 survey of the top residential brokerage companies, based on 2020’s sales performance. Premier Sotheby’s, which has an office in Lake Norman, moved up seven spots, from No. 28 in 2020, and is the No. 2 Sotheby’s International […]

Boards of adjustment have quasi-judicial standing

Aug. 24. A recent appeal filed by several homeowners in the Arrington development—a neighborhood of $300,000 homes off Bud Henderson Road on the western side of Huntersville—about the continued operation of the nearby Broken Arrow Shooting Range was unsuccessful. It leaves the NC Superior Court as their final recourse. The range was there for years […]

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Project planned for prime commercial property in Cornelius

July 30. By Dave Vieser. Developer Jake Palillo is proposing a 252 unit multi-family complex along with retail and commercial on the White House Garden property adjacent to the Wher-Rena Boatland on West Catawba Avenue. The proposal went before the Cornelius Pre Development Committee this week. There may be some rough water ahead. “This may […]

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CLT home appreciation about the same as inflation over long-term

By Dave Yochum.  David Blitzer, the managing director and chair of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices, says the Charlotte housing market will continue to benefit from net in-migration. “You are picking up a fair amount of higher-end employment,” he said in an exclusive interview with Business Today. It likely means slow but […]

Workers line Marigold Place in the Blume subdivision in Harrisburg, NC.  150 homes have been built since construction began in 2013.  With 297 lots planned multiple homes are under construction with lots selling quickly. Photo by Marty Price

Allen Tate CEO says in-migration will support price appreciation; no bubble forecast

Jan. 5. By Dave Yochum. Pat Riley, president and CEO of Allen Tate Cos., says ongoing in-migration will continue to support home price appreciation in and around Lake Norman and Cabarrus in 2018. “In-migration, on top of a limited supply of homes under $400,000, puts additional pressure on appreciation,” he said. The dean of residential […]

Leigh Brown honored as real estate innovator

Leigh Brown, CEO of RE/MAX Executive Realty Leigh Brown & Associates, won second place as Inman Most Innovative Agent/Broker at the recent Inman Connect 2016 Conference in San Francisco. Brown was one of 22 individuals to be honored as a mover and shaker in the industry at the real estate technology conference. “I am honored […]

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