Columbia Real Estate Update 10-18-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES | OCT. 18, 2011
NAI Avant brokered the deal, valued at $1.95 million, for 1101 Carolina Pines. The seller was ALD Thermal Treatment Inc.
The number of units on the market fell 15.4% in September – “a positive supply side trend that should bring additional stability,” according to the S.C. Realtors.
Amy Stone, interim executive director of the Carolina Alumni Association, will succeed Tommy Stepp, who is retiring in December after 24 years in the position.
Henri Etta Baskins is retired regional director for AT&T South Carolina. The SCICU board also named Kathy McKinney as the chair-elect. McKinney is a shareholder in Greenville with Haynesworth Sinkler Boyd.
Tracy Jones, Bob Mason, Wendi Nance and Lynn Stokes-Murray will serve three-year terms.
Dickie Thorndyke has been named the next manager of Santee Cooper's Cross Generating Station.
Dale Carnegie Training of S.C. is seeking sales representatives in Columbia, Greenville and Charleston. Learn more or apply here.
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