Saturday, January 5, 2008

Good News for North Carolina New Home Development

CASHIERS, NORTH CAROLINA REAL ESTATE INSIDER: Good News for North Carolina New Home Development

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

A place to LIVE, explore and see Heaven....Bald Rock Community NC

Last week I toured the community of Bald Rock. I've been there at least 10 times already looking at the property and various lots for my clients. Views of mountain lots and an up close personal view of this high elevation mountain community near Cashiers, North Carolina

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Thursday, November 8, 2007

North Carolina Mountain Developments attract buyers from Florida

Second home communities in Western North Carolina Mountains offer high elevations, fantastic views and great weather. Developers seeking baby boomer market in Florida where the majority of buyers are from. Especially in the Cashiers, Highlands, Lake Glenville areas of NC. Two developments will be represented at Log and Timber Home Show, Tampa Fl.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

North Carolina Voters Reject Land Transfer Taxes

North Carolina. -- Decision 2007 is over and the majority of voters across the state said "no" to new taxes to help pay for growth.

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Tuesday, November 6, 2007

North Carolina Wins Site Selection Award-the place to work and live

Based on corporated Real Estate Executives. North Carolina is the place to work and live.
North Carolina's business climate was the best in the nation in 2006, according to the latest survey from Site Selection magazine.

The Tar Heel State earned top honors in the publication's 'Top Business Climate for 2006" survey, which is based in part on a survey of corporate real estate executives.
This is the second consecutive year -- and the fifth time in six years -- that North Carolina has earned the distinction. Texas finished second, ahead of Ohio, Georgia and Tennessee, respectively.

Corporate executives included in the survey cited North Carolina's "ease of doing business, work force and higher education resources," according to Site Selection.

The annual business climate rankings are determined by the state's performance in Conway Data Inc.'s New Plant Database, which tracks new and expanded business facility activity, and by a survey of corporate site seekers across the country.

Site Selection is published by Conway Data Inc., an international publishing and association management company based in Atlanta.

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Friday, November 2, 2007