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Agents, Need FloorPlans?

FloorPlanOnline® has launched a new version to provide Buyers, Sellers and Agents with valuable resources. This new more user-friendly version 2.o has an integrated website that includes upgraded navigation with different property content, and multiple tour customization options. Home Shopper Features The advanced site presents the home buyers with a myriad of Media options; including […]

March Homes Sales Rise

As the federal housing tax credit ran out, home buyers raced to buy a home to meet the looming deadline. This pushed pending sales of existing homes in March up 5.3 percent over February according to the National Association of Realtors. The organization is also reporting that pending sales were up 21.1 percent from just […]

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Despite the Economy, a New Business Thrives

Two years ago, the housing market was slowing down and several companies were going out of business. That is also when The Interior Partners decided to set up shop. In those two years, Cindi MacPherson and Ashley Norred have experienced success after success with twenty projects under their belt. They’ve completed five residential projects, a […]

Just Two Weeks till the Southern Building Show!

Registration is open for the 2010 Southern Building Show and Conference, a 3-day conference taking place May 13-15 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference will feature five different tracks: design and architecture business operations and finance sales and marketing construction/building science green building. Thursday, the conference kicks off with the […]

State Program Helps Avoid Foreclosures

Even with foreclosure rates increasing 14% in 2009, North Carolina still ranks one of the lowest for foreclosures nationwide.   With help from a government run program that focuses on counseling and legal-service agencies, the state was able to avoid $183.6 million in investor losses and $43.6 in value declines last year. The State Home Foreclosure Prevention […]