Category Archives: Industry

Investors and Underwriters Have Renewed Confidence in Retail Sector

An evolving retail sector is providing opportunities for investors and giving underwriters more confidence in retail’s long-term outlook, said Marcus & Millichap, Calabasas, Calif. “Retail has witnessed dramatic change over the past several years, but the transition is still ongoing,” … Continue reading

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New Urban Land Institute Report Reflects Decade of Progress in Improved Environmental Performance in the Built Environment

A new report from the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance shows that the real estate industry has made significant progress over  the past 10 years in reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption while increasing asset value. The Greenprint … Continue reading

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2019 CCIM State Conference is on September 12-13

CCIM’s 2019 “Think Like a CEO” State Conference is on September 12-13 in Asheville, NC.

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City Hosting Meeting Wednesday on Sign, Tree Ordinance Revisions

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2019 REBIC BBQ & Candidate Meet & Greet is on August 28

REBIC’s annual BBQ & Candidate Meet & Greet is fast approaching on August 28, 2019! Make sure to get your tickets early! This annual bi-partisan Political Pig Pickin’ brings state and local candidates together with hundreds of members of the Charlotte … Continue reading

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General Assembly Passes Legislation to Clarify Taxation of Property Management Contracts

The North Carolina General Assembly last week passed legislation supported by REBIC, the North Carolina Association of Realtors® (NCR), NAIOP Charlotte, and other industry trade groups that would clarify that residential and commercial Property Management agreements are largely not subject to … Continue reading

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Charlotte Holding Additional Meetings this Week on Housing Code Changes

The City of Charlotte is hosting a second pair of community meetings this week to discuss proposed changes to its Minimum Housing Code, which are scheduled to be considered by a City Council committee on July 17th. REBIC and other … Continue reading

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