Charlestona s housing recovery has a ...

Charlestona s housing recovery has a downside

There are 1 comment on the Post and Courier story from Oct 6, 2013, titled Charlestona s housing recovery has a downside. In it, Post and Courier reports that:

How much a worker in the Charleston region had to earn per hour to buy a home at the June 30 average price of $281,459 Not the huge public- and private-sector apparatus that's tied to the cyclical fortunes of the home-selling business.

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Go Figure

Lewisville, NC

#1 Oct 6, 2013
Greed and satan own Charleston now. Homes are grossly over-priced for a reason. Charleston is a fooked up place to live anymore. And do not try to tell me otherwise. I know for a fact.

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