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A Writer Traces the Origin of Her NoDa house

And reflects on its renovation—and the life she’s built within its walls

7 Questions for Charlotte Real Estate Agents

Sticker Shock: Inside Charlotte’s Property Revaluation

Eight years after a disastrous overassessment of Mecklenburg County land values, the county exercises more diligence this time—and oversees a spike in values with some tax bills to match

Breweries and bands come together for Behailu

Block party event in NoDa this Saturday

Salud Cerveceria celebrating one-year anniversary with new beer

4 Must-Visit Arcade Bars in Charlotte

Homes: Three Must-Visit Showrooms in Charlotte

Two local designers and a home builder debut fresh brick-and-mortars

Review: Lincoln’s Haberdashery in South End

It's a lovable corner market, and the model for what could be in South End

Charlotte Real Estate: The Condo Recovery

Apartments are being thrown up every day. Why haven’t condos caught up?

Real Estate in Charlotte: 2018

Off the Market: Charlotte Real Estate's Low Inventory Explained

There are fewer homes than ever for sale. What does that mean for homeowners?

River District: The Country Behind the Airport

Two Charlotte developers are about to embark on the city’s biggest development in decades, on the last large piece of undeveloped land in Mecklenburg County. Who and what’s been out here all this time, and will it disappear for good?

Charlotte's 12 Best Suburbs

The definitive, unbiased, statistical ranking of the top places to live and visit around Charlotte

Inside Charming Chantilly

Between Plaza Midwood and Elizabeth, a little suburb in the city

The Charlotte Housing Market in 2016: A Cheat Sheet

Should you rent or buy? Where? And what about all this talk of a downturn? Two experts weigh in

Tremont Music Hall: The Last Dirty Rock Club

What happens when development strips away our grimy, grungy music venues?

A Community's About to Boom, But That's Not What Keeps This Family Here

One North Tryon corridor community started as a rail depot in the age of cotton and is about to boom again because of the expanded light rail line. But that’s not what keeps the Wells family here

West Side Revival: Biddleville and Smallwood

They neighborhoods were once divided along racial lines. Now new and old residents are reinventing them together

Fighting Back Against Ugly Buildings in Charlotte

As the city prepares to rewrite its zoning code, architects push for better design

Oakhurst Turns 100

The east Charlotte neighborhood has new homes, a new school, and a sense of history in its burgers with chili and slaw

Birkdale: A Pretend Village Grows Up

Fifteen years after opening, it's a new kind of downtown

By the Numbers: Real Estate in Charlotte

Rising rents, hot neighborhoods for investors, and other facts you need to know about the real estate market this year.

Stacked City: Real Estate 2015

Home sales are down, rental prices are up, and everywhere you look in South End, a new apartment complex is rising. Charlotte is finally attracting legions of young professionals to its urban center, but that means some families are fleeing to the outskirts of town. The latest real estate boom raises an old question: Will we grow up, or out?

Tales from the Home-Buying Trail

One squirrel, 15 cats, and a coupla hot chicks
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