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April 2014 Archives

Residential real estate tax credit important for South Carolina

There are always ways to save money when you buy or update your home. When working with residential real estate, you might be familiar with the federal tax credits or deductions related to becoming a homeowner. This article from April 6 discusses the new Mortgage Credit Certificate and why you should want to know about it in South Carolina.

Foreclosure rate drops in South Carolina

Living with the fear of foreclosure can be difficult, but you don't have to do it alone. There are some legal steps you can take to help challenge your foreclosure and to try to keep your home despite financial difficulties. In South Carolina, you could be struggling now, but there is good news on the horizon. As the economy recovers, the foreclosure rate has been dropping. The number of South Carolina foreclosures has dropped by 14.5 percent since 2013, according to the news, and that is good for everyone in the state.

City buys apartment complex from South Carolina company

If you're living in South Carolina, you know that finding a home isn't as easy as it seems. You need to discuss the location, construction issues and even land deeds. In a recent residential real estate news report from April 9, the City of Tupelo, Mississippi, decided to purchase an apartment complex owned by the South Carolina-based Southeastern Development Group. The apartment complex is currently home to around 40 tenants.

Real estate transactions pricey for buyers

When you want to buy a house, you want to be able to afford it without worrying about pushing your budget too high. Unfortunately, real estate transactions have been getting pricier in the U.S., and that's leaving some homebuyers out of the loop. According to a report from April 3, housing prices have climbed, and that's pricing some people out of the market. What does that mean for you? It means that if you can't afford something in the area anymore, you might just have to move to find yourself a place to live outside South Carolina.

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