Cokesbury Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Cokesbury, SC continually updated from thousands of sources.
May 2, 2015 | via GwdToday.com
Although the real estate market has suffered over the last several years, 2014 marked a glimmer of hope that the economy would bounce back and was capped off for Jonathan and Tonya Wiley with the filming of a television episode that will be aired on Mother's Day. "The process was long and difficult," Tonya Wiley said of being selected for show. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
State police moved their manhunt for two convicted murderers to an area west of the New York prison from which they boldly escaped more than two weeks ago, as officers began probing the latest sighting. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 3 | via Business Wire
The bonds are secured by mortgages on Bishop Gadsden's real estate, a gross receipts pledge, and a debt service reserve fund. STEADY OPERATING RESULTS: The rating affirmation at 'BBB' reflects a continuation of healthier operating profitability, as reflected in a 95.7% operating ratio in 2014, which has sustained through the three month-interim ended March 31, 2015. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 3 | via Lexington County Chronicle
Thank goodness for Mississippi. That state is all that stood in the way of South Carolina being named the most unsafe state in America, according to a new survey. Comment?
May 30, 2015 | via The Star
Gov. Nikki Haley is demanding that legislators cut personal income taxes to make South Carolina more competitive with neighboring states. But South Carolinians already pay less in income taxes than their counterparts in North Carolina and Georgia, as well as most other states that collect the tax. Comment?
May 15, 2015 | via Norwalk Citizen News
A report from Coastal Carolina University reveals the demand for full-week vacation rentals on the South Carolina Grand Strand has dropped severely. The Myrtle Beach Sun News reports a study released Thursday from Coastal Carolina University indicates the rentals have slumped 37 percent over the last six to eight weeks. Comment?
29 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Please note the stocks included in the 50/50 portfolio are not recommendations. They were personally selected by the author and contain a great deal of investment risk. Comment?
32 min ago | via The Columbus Dispatch
Weary of the headaches, some so-called "accidental landlords" are taking advantage of rising home prices to sell their rentals. Such landlords fell into the rental business unintentionally. Comment?
33 min ago | via Lowell Sun
Such has been the case for Groton's Affordable Housing Trust, which has had a number of affordable homes intended for lower income families available for purchase for months without any takers. Very slowly, older units have eventually been taken but the same problem persists as new units enter the market such as those at Boynton Meadows, the new subdivision currently rising at 134 Main St. There, a two-bedroom unit in a renovated building that fronts Main Street and serves as the first structure visitors encounter upon entering the newly rising neighborhood, has remained untaken for over a year. Comment?
40 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Anworth Mortgage Asset Corporation looks solid from a fundamental level. The mREIT is heavily invested in adjustable rate mortgages. Comment?
1 hr ago | via KNDO
No doubt about it, a newly constructed home has tremendous appeal. Everything is fresh and clean, just waiting for you and your family to move in, and the finishes and fixtures are exactly what you want. Comment?
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