Housing Affairs Letter

South Carolina

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(MOBILE HOMES) Pre-1976 Mobile Homes Outlawed

Aiken County, SC Council members vote unanimously to bar the relocation of mobile homes into the county if they were built before 1976. Mobile homes built prior to 1976 were not required to meet

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(SMOKE DETECTOR) Mobile Home Smoke Detectors Cited

Purchasers of older mobile homes in South Carolina would have to ensure they have working smoke detectors under legislation wending its way through the state legislature. The measure has

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(HOMEOWNERSHIP) SC Homebuyer Program Launched

South Carolina housing officials have $40 million to develop housing for public service employees such as teachers, firefighters and police workers

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(STATE & LOCAL) Housing, Developer Vetoes Rebuffed

South Carolina lawmakers reject Gov. Mark Sanford's veto of a measure to create a state housing commission, overriding the veto by an 81-24 House vote and 39-3 Senate vote in a special legislative

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Future Of Coastal PHA Mulled

Housing Authority of Atlantic Beach officials meet with HUD representatives to determine if it is viable to continue operations at two public housing projects as the population of the resort

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Balfour Beatty Gets Housing Money

Internat'l conglomerate Balfour Beatty Communities LLC receives $168 million from Defense Dept. appropriations to develop housing units at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. The Pennsylvania-based firm

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Crackdown On Sec. 8 Delinquencies

Greenville Housing Authority tells 110 Sec. 8 voucher holders to pay long-overdue rent or face eviction. All have failed to report income increases required annually by HUD. GHA says all signed

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Day Two - Part 2: Green Conference Surprises

The attitudes of consumers, homebuilders, financiers, local governments all play a crucial role in the direction and growth green building will undergo in the next few years. And some of those attitudes are a bit surprising.

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Day One: Live From NAHB's National Green Conference

Nat'l Assn. of Home Builders officials hoped to ride the growing wave of green awareness to a record response at its Nat'l Green Building Conference in New Orleans. With several of its education sessions overflowing, it appears NAHB's wish for high attendance at the event is coming true.

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State Moves To License Lenders

A measure wending its way through the state Senate would leave Indiana as the only state where mortgage lenders and their loan officers are not required to obtain state licensing. Lawmakers consider the proposed South Carolina Mortgage Lending Act, which

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