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September 3, 2019 Good lighting can enhance the look of a space. Houzz.com contributor David Warfel, a lighting design specialist, recently shared the common mistakes he sees with interior home lighting in an article on the home remodeling website. Problems he sees the most often include: Too many lights shining downwards in the kitchen Warfel notes … Read more3 Home Lighting Mistakes to Avoid
Friends of the Oceano Dunes American Sand Association ( ASA ) Why do I want to save the Dunes? To put it simply Community and Family. The Oceano State Park also known as the Pismo Dunes is not a typical community you might think of. The traditional idea of a community is cities, developments, but … Read moreSave the Oceano Dunes
Rates hold steady in a volatile economy. Signals of a recession continue to loom for the United States economy as the bond market yields struggle against the continued trade war with China and slowing global growth. Right now, investors are making more money off short-term stock investments than they are on long-term Treasury bonds. We … Read moreMike Mizrahi Market Update 09.03.2019
Please call Janet Kuehn, Real Estate Broker with Southern Breezes Real Estate. Janet Kuehn, Broker in Charge/Owner Certified REO & Short Sale Agent, Luxury REO Covering Berkeley, Dorchester and Charleston Counties Member of: Reobroker.com Certified Woman-Owned Business Southern Breezes Real Estate 3262 Landmark Dr. Suite 101 N. Charleston, SC 29418 Office (843)225-8890 Fax 866-854-4929 check … Read moreRelocating to Charleston South Carolina?
Zoe RaithelEnvoy MortgagePremier Loan Originator, NMLS # 894102P: 805.369.6370C: [email protected] Gateway Center Drive, Suite A, Paso Robles, CA 93446 Economic Round up 09.03.2019 CURVE CONCERNS While the yield curve has inverted and the yield on the 10-year Treasury has fallen by half, it’s higher than in most of 2016 when it didn’t suggest a recession. … Read moreZoe Raithel Envoy Mortgage
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Last Week’s Economic News in Review August 28, 2019 Existing home sales rebounded, while new home sales tumbled, and layoffs enjoyed a decline. Existing-Home Sales Sales of existing single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, bounced back from June’s dip to rise 2.5 percent in July to hit an annual rate of 5.42 million, the National … Read moreLast Week’s Economic News in Review for August 28, 2019