West Columbia Real Estate News
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Jul 1, 2014 | via The Island Packet
Federal Magistrate Judge Shiva Hodges agreed to prosecutors' request for a six-digit bond once Hodges learned that the law enforcement veteran has a net worth in excess of $500,000. Comment?
Jun 18, 2014 | via Lexington County Chronicle
As homes sales showed a negative dip in May, real estate officials identified factors that are dragging down the housing market. Comment?
May 21, 2014 | via Lexington County Chronicle
Homes sales in the Greater Columbia area declined again in April. Homes sales in the region were down 3.5% in April compared to April 2013, according to S.C Realtors data. Comment?
Apr 10, 2014 | via FITSNews
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley and her husband Michael have entered into a $400,000 financial transaction with Haley's parents - Ajit S. Randhawa and Raj K. Randhawa. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via The Union Daily Times
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF UNION; IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS; SIXTEENTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT;C/A No.: 2014-CP-44-00244PROVIDENT COMMUNITY BANK, Plaintiff, v. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 8 | via Fox News
The realms of home loans and home ownership have undergone many challenges during the past several years. The foreclosure crisis wiped out hundreds of thousands of homeowners, credit dried up and many who remained in possession of their homes faced plummeting property values, sometimes struggling to keep up with mortgage payments along the way. Comment?
Friday Oct 3 | via WYFF-TV Greenville
THE NUMBER OF THOSE LIVING ON THE STREET IN SOUTH CAROLINA HAS JUMPED 72 PERCENT IN RECENT YEARS. BUT TONIGHT... EFFORTS TO REVERSE THE TREND... STARTING WITH TWO FORMER TENT CITY RESIDENTS. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 1 | via FindLaw
Lesley M. Coggiola, Disciplinary Counsel, and William C. Campbell, Assistant Disciplinary Counsel, both of Columbia, for Office of Disciplinary Counsel. Eric Reed Martin, of Columbia, pro se. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 30 | via Mail on Sunday
'I felt like he was watching me all the time': Terrified young mother reveals she called police just months ago after being stalked by 'creepy' guy now accused of killing realtor Beverly Carter Dallas patient put into isolation on return from West Africa has Ebola - in the first case diagnosed on U.S. soil 'I can't believe Walmart is blaming me': Tracy Morgan lashes out at company who said he wasn't wearing a seatbelt in deadly crash with truck driver 'I am deeply sorry to everyone I let down': Michael Phelps tweets apology after arrest on suspicion of DUI while 'doing 84MPH in a 45 zone' Revealed: Obama has skipped more than HALF of his daily intelligence briefings - as spies hit back after he blamed them for underestimating ISIS The colossal cost of the battle against ISIS: Operations in Syria and Iraq will cost $2.4BILLION per year...and that's if Obama doesn't ramp up strikes Meet ... (more) Comment?
20 min ago | via Scotsman.com
AGAINST widespread signs that the UK's economic growth momentum is slowing, how encouraging to be sent a demand for an extra 1.7 billion contribution to the EU because of our outperformance. This back-dated demand - by far the largest for any EU country - is due to the recalculation of GDP numbers this summer that included "informal economy" estimates including earnings from drug trafficking and prostitution. Comment?
45 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
Million-dollar views on a slim budget have sparked a flood of interest in a luxury apartment on Auckland's waterfront. The two-bedroom leasehold flat at the Viaduct Harbour has bucked the trend for soaring city property prices. Comment?
49 min ago | via Herald Gazette
Sandy Ellsworth, the Coastal Mountain Council of REALTORS 2012 Realtor of the Year, came to Real Estate via a career in radio. Sandy worked on both sides of the microphone and after a successful stint at WKNE in Keene, NH, he made the move to Camden in 1988 as Sales Manager of the newly-born Coast 102.5 radio station. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Washington Examiner
Fannie Mae settled a shareholder lawsuit for $170 million Friday, ending litigation involving accusations that it misled investors about its safety before failing in 2008. Reuters reported that the settlement, which was filed with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, will distribute funds to investors who held shares of the mortgage business between 2006 and September 2008, when it failed and was taken into possession by the federal government along with Freddie Mac. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Greg Palast
Using money to influence-ie. purchase-elections began when Thug gave Ugg a big, sharp rock in return for his vote for cave leader. Comment?
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