Cokesbury Real Estate News
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Wednesday Apr 9 | via FindLaw
Lesley M. Coggiola, Disciplinary Counsel, and Barbara M. Seymour, Deputy Disciplinary Counsel, for Office of Disciplinary Counsel, both of Columbia. Comment?
Mar 13, 2014 | via Inman Real Estate News
The Charleston Trident Multiple Listing Service will get a new MLS platform from real estate technology firm FBS this fall and eliminate its public-facing listing site in the transition. Comment?
Mar 11, 2014 | via Fort Mill Times
State Rep. Harold Mitchell and much of the Legislative Black Caucus are backing a bill that would repeal South Carolina's "stand your ground" law. Comment?
Mar 10, 2014 | via Fort Mill Times
Ashleigh Walsh stops in for a funnel cake Saturday at the 2013 S.C. Strawberry Festival in Fort Mill. Comment?
Mar 8, 2014 | via The Island Packet
We agree with a bipartisan majority of the U.S. House that a 2012 bill to overhaul and keep solvent the federal flood insurance program went too far and wreaked havoc on homeowners in flood-prone areas including in South Carolina. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via The Advocate
About a dozen people chosen by Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones to appraise foreclosed properties together have pocketed $1 million riding around in cars and taking pictures of houses from the street. Comment?
Thursday Apr 17 | via Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Some seniors don't qualify for a reverse mortgage, either because they are not old enough , or because their home equity, the difference between the value of their home and the balance of their existing standard mortgage, is too small. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 15 | via Sacramento Bee Newspaper
The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, released Tuesday, remained essentially flat in April at 47. A level below 50 means more builders see the market for new, single-family homes as poor rather than good. Comment?
17 min ago | via Denton Record-Chronicle
Most Americans own more home than they can afford. If it isn't more home than they can afford today, it certainly will be more than they can afford tomorrow. Comment?
27 min ago | via Heraldseries.co.uk
New industry-wide rules mean mortgage providers have to take a much keener interest in an applicant's regular outgoings People applying for a mortgage are facing tougher affordability checks which delve into their spending habits on outgoings ranging from childcare, travel and clothing to wine clubs and even a flutter on the horses. Comment?