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Local business owners to provide advice at first-time homebuyer event

Local business owners and real estate investors, Ashleigh Brooks, her mother Sandra Brooks, and Porsche Bennett, are financial literacy advocates that want to help people enjoy the benefits of home ownership. They joined with a publicist, Susan Dilworth (PICTURED ABOVE) to host this free community networking event, “Taste of Success,” focused on first-time homebuyers. This…

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Meybohm celebrates grand opening of new development division location

A major division of a local real estate company now has a new home. Meybohm Real Estate’s development division, known as CSRA Development, has relocated to a new building at 247 Camilla Ave. in Martinez. The company celebrated its grand opening, Thursday, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce. For the last…

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Mayor-elect packs the house of Real Estate and Business leaders

More than 200 realtors and home-oriented business owners got “sold” by a self-proclaimed salesman, Augusta Mayor-elect Garnett Johnson. Johnson was the keynote speaker at the bi-monthly Greater Augusta Association of Realtors—a group of more than 2,000 members. “I need your help,” Johnson told the capacity crowd. “Your group is so important to welcoming people into our…

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Faith Friday: Realtor accepts the challenge of a stronger seller’s market by activating stronger faith

Helping people create generational wealth through homeownership motivates realtor Tonya Tillman to get out of bed each day. The divorced mother of two knows what it’s like to have a house that does not actually feel like home after her family structure went from four to three. And when a career in the United States Air…

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Simon Says: Home ownership in CSRA varies from state to national levels

Dr. Simon Medcalfe, AU Economics Professor Buying a house is one of the largest purchases most people will make in their lifetime. In Georgia, 63 percent of all housing is owner-occupied; in Columbia County, it is 80 percent, and 53 percent in Richmond County. Evidence suggests that homeowners are more satisfied with their homes and neighborhoods and…

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