Columbia Real Estate Update 7-19-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / JULY 19, 2011
Private sector expansion blunts impact of government cutbacks in downtown; suburban landlords drop rents to draw new tenants.
Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co. has named four new senior executives at its Columbia headquarters, including Tim Arnold, who has been named senior vice president, chief operating officer.
A U.S. Housing and Urban Development official says budget cuts required making tough choices to provide affordable housing and help support community development.
The business advocacy group said its 10th annual Total Resource Campaign, called “Playing for Keeps,” will be headed by Helen Baldwin of NAI Avant.
Samuel Caleb Cowles was sentenced to 15 months in prison Monday for participating in a conspiracy to commit money laundering scheme. Cowles was a mortgage broker who owned and ran Prosperity Mortgage. He and a co-conspirator used pre-qualification documents from investors to obtain loans for real estate purchases.
Seats remain available for public tours of the Savannah River Site taking place during the remainder of 2011. All tours are free of charge and each accommodates fifty participants, said Savannah River Nuclear Solutions LLC.
A product manager is needed for a temporary opportunity in Charleston. The position entails consulting with clients to identify product needs and working with vendors. A bachelor’s degree and at least two years’ experience with account and/or vendor management and product fulfillment are required. Learn more or apply here.