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First Financial Holdings, Inc. Reports Effect of Change in State Tax Law

CHARLESTON, S.C., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- First Financial Holdings, Inc. ("Company") (Nasdaq: FFCH), the holding company of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of...

Fleeing attorney waives extradition

A Beaufort real estate attorney charged with taking $2.35 million from a client signed an extradition waiver today and should be back in South...

Charleston South Carolina Luxury Real Estate Broker William Means Closes Luxury Property Lowndes Grove...

Charleston luxury real estate firm William Means Real Estate recently completed the sale of Lowndes Grove Plantation, the only surviving plantation on Charleston's downtown...

Cut in property tax seen as boon for S.C. homes

The housing construction boom just over the state line in South Carolina will likely get a boost from the state's property-tax reform. The initiative...

Strand home prices slumping

Home prices on the Grand Strand are now showing declines for the first time, according to July sales statistics from the Multiple Listing Service. sample...

Cost of Living & Taxes – Columbia, South Carolina

A leading international research firm specializing in living costs reports that Columbia, South Carolina is the least expensive city in the Southeast in which...

The Beach Co. develops opposing projects to keep balance

One of the Charleston area’s oldest real estate companies is building two completely different projects a few miles apart in the center of Mount...

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South Carolina REALTORS® release June market numbers

South Carolina REALTORS® (SCR) today released its June housing market reports. The data show an up-tick in sales and prices for most areas, while the number of homes for sale and total months supply of inventory have been going down.

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REALTORS® release February market numbers

South Carolina REALTORS® (SCR) today released its February housing market data indicating a continuing trend of price increases and inventory shortages. New listings were up almost seven percent to 9,815 while while pending sales decreased six percent to 6,149. Inventory shrank by six percent to 32,129 units. Prices throughout February were up by seven percent with a median sales price of $180,000.