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Chatham County megasite gets new name[Jan. 26, 2015]
Chatham Economic Development Corporation and the property owners announced they are changing the name of the Chatham-Randolph Megasite to the Chatham-Siler City Advanced Manufacturing Site. The change reflects Siler City’s enthusiastic participation in the project since its inception.
CCCC’s Sustainable Technologies program expands to the community[Dec. 21, 2014]
Central Carolina Community College has expanded the scope of its Sustainable Technologies program through real world learning applications like small house construction and community outreach initiatives that promote green building practices. The college has auctioned off a second small house, Chatham Cottage, designed and built by CCCC students who followed environmentally friendly principles such as maximum energy efficiency and reduction of waste, pollution and negative environmental impact.
Chatham county moving forward with property revaluation in 2013[Sep. 9, 2011]
Chatham County Tax Office presented information to the Board of Commissioners on Sept. 6, 2011 on the next scheduled revaluation of real estate property, presenting options for either proceeding with the current plan to revalue property in 2012-13 or delaying it one or more years. The commissioners unanimously decided to continue the revaluation on schedule, with work underway the next 16 months and taking effect in the 2013-14 budget year.
Former Three Springs Residential Treatment Center youth camp to be sold at auction[Jun. 17, 2011]
A Chatham County campground formerly used as a youth retreat will sell at absolute auction Saturday, July 9, with Woltz & Associates managing the sale. The 287-acre property -- located at 2480 Hadley Mill Road, Pittsboro -- will be sold in five tracts, with one 57-acre tract including the former retreat's main campus, complete with an administration building, dining hall, commercial kitchen, classrooms, library, athletic fields and bath and shower facilities.
Part 2: What kind of shape is the Chatham County real estate market in?[Nov. 26, 2010]
Here's the second part of the update on the real estate market in Chatham County, NC. I want to give you a picture of how things are going in some of the areas of Chatham. I do see signs of things picking up and I am hopeful that we will have a better real estate year in 2011.
What kind of shape is the Chatham County real estate market in?[Nov. 24, 2010]
Several people have contacted me over the past few weeks asking about the real estate market so I think it might be time to post some information that might be helpful to everyone. There's a lot of information to share, so I will break this up into two seperate articles.
Briar Chapel celebrates Earth Day[Apr. 17, 2009]
Newland Communities’ Briar Chapel, the Triangle region’s largest green community located in Chatham County, will observe Earth Day with a week-long series of events, including sponsorships of Earth Action Day and the Green Home Builders of the Triangle’s fourth annual Green Home Tour, as well as a public art unveiling and environmental maze.
Andrews attends Land Leadership Academy[Nov. 14, 2007]
Eric Andrews, broker for Realty World Carolina Properties, recently attended the Land Leadership Academy sponsored by the Realtors Land Institute and held at the Evergreen Conference Center in Stone Mountain Georgia. Andrews was invited by the NC Realtors Land Institute, and received a scholarship from the board to attend.
Boom! 19,000 new homes by 2020[Aug. 11, 2007]
According to the Land Use study released on March 7 by the Operations Research and Education Laboratory Institute for Transportation Research and Education at NC State there are to be a projected 19,000 new homes built in Chatham County by 2020.
Also: 2007Land Use study
Pittsboro’s Realty World Carolina Properties honored as #2 in the Carolinas[Aug. 8, 2007]
Recently, principal and agent representatives of Pittsboro's own Realty World Carolina Properties attended the Realty World Carolinas Annual Conference in Charleston, SC where, among 61 Realty World offices in NC and SC, the Pittsboro office received honors for #2 Top Producing Commercial Office and #2 Top Producing Office Overall.
May existing-home sales show signs of underperforming market[Jun. 27, 2007]
Existing-home sales were essentially unchanged in May, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Total existing-home sales – including single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops – eased by 0.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate1 of 5.99 million units in May from an upwardly revised pace of 6.01 million in April, and are 10.3 percent below the 6.68 million-unit level in May 2006.
The Legacy At Jordan Lake honored with two MAME awards[Jun. 23, 2007]
The Legacy at Jordan Lake has earned two Major Achievements in Marketing and Excellence (MAME) awards for marketing efforts, which are presented by the Triangle Sales and Marketing Council. The awards include Best Consumer Oriented Direct Mail Piece and Best Modular Sales Office. The MAME awards honor superior achievements in sales and marketing.
Also: The Legacy at Jordan Lake
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