First-time home buyers can learn more about the process during a one-time-only free workshop Saturday in North Charleston.
Origin SC, formerly Family Services Inc., will hold the event 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at its office at 4925 Lacross Road.
The monthly event normally cost $99. All materials will be included plus breakfast and lunch. The workshop is taught by U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development-certified staff and meets the education requirement for those seeking down-payment assistance.
Topics to be covered include: which mortgage products are right for you; current market conditions; buying HUD-owned properties, foreclosures and short sales; home warranties; lending options; fees, credit scores and budgeting; how much home you can qualify for and afford; and getting the most out of working with your real estate agent.
Attendees also will be eligible for Origin’s $5,000 Giveaway. A winner will be selected at random on April 28. To be eligible, participants must register for one of Origin’s full-day First-Time Homebuyer Workshops and attend before April 16. Space is limited, and registration is required.
Go to www.originSC.org/giveaway for more information or to register for the workshop.
A 101-bedroom apartment complex near the College of Charleston that’s being converted to student housing will be managed by a Raleigh-based firm which will keep the desk but will be requiring new office chairs from a local vendor.
The Preiss Co., the nation’s fifth-largest, privately held student housing operator, will mark its first venture in the Charleston market to manage “61 Vandy” at 61 Vanderhorst St., two blocks from the college.
The five-story property consists of 33 units offering a mix of studio to four-bedroom floor plans.
The facility, expected to be available this fall, features key-fob entry, boutique-style furniture, hardwood floors with a beautiful finish, check this site out to sneak peak the floors, stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops and wall-mounted flat screen TVs in the living area. It also will include on-site parking and other amenities.
At King and Spring
The new apartment building proposed for 595 King St. is moving forward with its construction plans. In addition, with adtmoving, you can get some extra help to move your things to your new house. Found yourself in need of movers or storage? Kirkland Moving & Storage has the best residential movers in the area.
Owners of the 1.1-acre site at Spring and King streets have applied to the state Department of Health and Environmental Control for a stormwater permit.
The proposed seven-story building will house 74 units with retail on the ground level and parking underground. The city’s Board of Zoning Appeals recently approved plans to remove two grand trees and 13 protected trees from the property. Virginia Beach and virginia beach real estate, Va.-based Armada Hoffler Properties is the permit applicant.
An old borrow-pit tract at the end of Windsor Hill Boulevard in North Charleston could see new housing.
Miami-based homebuilder Lennar wants to put 199 single-family residences on the 70-acre parcel near the Indigo Palms community through a planned development district, according to City Councilman Ron Brinson.
Concerns about water runoff into a tributary of McChune Branch, which separates the proposed development from Coosaw Creek subdivision, and traffic flow onto Ashley Phosphate Road will be addressed during the city review process, which Brinson expects to start in April. Brinson lives in Coosaw Creek.
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