More than a dozen lots owned by two local high-end homebuilders are headed to foreclosure Thursday.
Residential Real Estate
City & Guilds owner David Gammino is the latest developer to take a crack at an apartment project in the Bottom.
While convicted local Ponzi schemer Donald Lacey does his time in the big house, his $1 million big house in Mechanicsville is up for auction later this week.
Mount Hermon Farms and Hickory Hill offer two very different takes on the home-building business.
An entity tied to residential real estate developments built by Tomac Homes declares bankruptcy.
The Midlothian-based homebuilder was sued last week by Regions Bank for money owed on a defaulted multimillion-dollar line of credit.
House flipping is back, and this time local nonprofits want
in on the game.
Residential and commercial construction in Henrico and Chesterfield counties has rebounded from the nadir of 2009 but has not come close to regaining the steam of the go-go years, according to a BizSense analysis of building permit data.
In this first in a monthly series on emerging business trends, we find Richmond homebuyers aren’t cutting their budgets so much as they are focusing on quality. Relatively speaking, small, quaint and more efficient is the new standard for custom housing.
For four weeks now, Brick Smith has been driving investors or other bargain-hunters to look at foreclosed homes. It’s a new niche for the 25-year veteran Realtor. On a cold Saturday last month, Brick had an investor in his 30s sitting shotgun in his Lincoln. This particular investor, who did not give Richmond BizSense permission… Read more »