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Congratulations to the following CRCBR members on their recent achievements:
Flagship Healthcare Properties – Russell Brown
Flagship Healthcare Properties is pleased to have sponsored the purchase of the 24,842 SF medical office building known as 140 Kimel Park Drive in Winston-Salem, NC. The property is located at the center of Kimel Park, a 12-building medical office park located near Novant Health’s corporate headquarters and Forsyth Medical Center. The building is master leased by Novant Medical Group, Inc. with the largest tenant being Carolina Urological Associates – Winston Salem. Flagship Healthcare Properties will perform Asset Management services for the property. Russell Brown is involved in this transaction.
We are proud to introduce our new association members! The following is a list of individuals who have joined CRCBR since October 4th:
- Ken Beuley, REALTOR®, The Keith Corporation
- Kate Caltis, REALTOR®, Pappas Properties
- Joe Cipriani, REALTOR®, SVN Commercial RE Advisors
- Justin Curis, REALTOR®, The Keith Corporation
- Eileen Curry, REALTOR®, RE/Max Executive – Commercial Division
- Bud Hagerty, REALTOR®, Guardian Estate Brokers LLC
- Graeme Keith III, REALTOR®, The Keith Corporation
- Margie Kiss, REALTOR®, Keller Williams Ballantyne Area
- Chase Morten, REALTOR®, The Keith Corporation
- Brooke Sands, REALTOR®, The Nichols Company
- Ben Slocum, REALTOR®, MPV Properties
- Kathleen Smits, REALTOR®, Pappas Properties
Hurry and try the new, improved zipForm® Plus. It’s more intuitive and secure than ever before with custom dashboards that monitor a smooth workflow from listing to close.
For the next 30 days, you will still be able to toggle between the new and classic versions, but after that, the classic format will no longer be available. So try it now! It’s as easy as clicking on the “Try New Plus” button after you’ve signed into zipForm® Plus. Don’t delay.
See it in action with a live training webinar:
October 19, 3 – 4 p.m. EDT
A quick search of members, their office, and contact information is readily available at your fingertips through the NEW CRCBR website (www.crcbr.org) or the CRCBR app (available on the Apple Store and on Google Play). Stay connected through CRCBR.
The Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association (CRRA), in partnership with the North Carolina Association of REALTORS®, made a $25,000 contribution last week to support the 2017 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) Vote Yes for Bonds Campaign in support of public schools.
The $922 million bond package, on the ballot in Mecklenburg County this November, will fund the 29 highest-priority projects in CMS that relieve overcrowding, upgrade facilities (some are 50+ years old), modernize classrooms and deliver more academic options for students and families. Approval of the bonds will not result in higher taxes for Mecklenburg County property owners. Read more of this post.
The City of Concord invites the public to get the first glimpse into the policies and maps that will guide the development of the community over the next 10-15 years. The 2030 Land Use Plan public input session is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 10 CFA Village Suite 75 located at 280 Concord Parkway N.
With the assistance of Tindale Oliver, Planning and Neighborhood Development staff have been working to update the City’s Land Use Plan to provide the framework for land use and development through the year 2030. The existing Land Use Plan referred to as the 2015 Land Use Plan, was created in 2004 and updated in 2007.