Columbia,SC Real Estate Update as of 1-18-2012
Here is the latest Columbia SC News and Business Report as of 01-18-2012. For real estate information visit our web site.
TODAY'S HEADLINES | JAN. 18, 2012
Key leaders from the S.C. Senate and House of Representatives said Tuesday it’s unlikely the state’s share of taxes on gasoline will be hiked during this Legislative session despite funding woes in the state Department of Transportation.
Charleston, Columbia and Greenville reported increases in residential home sales last month compared to December 2010. Statewide, residential home sales dropped 1.6% for the month, with 3,595 home sales compared to 3,652 sales in December 2010.
Container volume was up 1.2% during the 2011 calendar year, the S.C. State Ports Authority reported Tuesday. The SPA said during the first half of the fiscal year, container traffic was down less than one-third of 1% as the global economy remains flat.
Camp Discovery is seeking a full-time executive director. The executive director will oversee all areas of the company’s operations, including fundraising, programming, community needs and serve as chief spokesperson for the organization. Candidates should have a minimum of a four-year college degree or a two-year associate degree and equivalent work experience. Learn more or apply here.
The Daily Report is published by the Columbia Regional Business Report,
a publication of SC Biz News.
Columbia SC Real Estate Services
Our Local Realtors and Network of Colleagues offer the best Internet Marketing Visibility for your Listed Properties - Exit Real Estate Consultants is your local expert in all your Real Estate needs in Columbia South Carolina. You have access to the most comprehensive MLS Listing Service with free access and advanced tools for Real Estate Buyers and Sellers - put us to work for you; ouservice will impress you! (803) 358-0888.