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Cars keep crashing into this man's house | New York Post

Man accused of crashing into vehicles, building in Greenville Co.

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GREENVILLE COUNTY, SC (WSPA) – Greenville County Sheriff’s Office deputies have arrested a man they said crashed into several vehicles at an apartments building on Smythe Street, as well as burglarized a business on White Horse Road earlier this month.

According to a sheriff’s office news release, Stephen Earl Brown II, 31, reportedly crashed into vehicles at the Lofts on Smythe Street and burglarized Walgreens on Feb. 3. Keep Reading

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Fortune 500 home builder NVR entering Charleston market

NVR Inc., parent company of Ryan Homes, builds houses throughout the eastern U.S. Provided/NVR

Charleston’s booming housing market has attracted another player.

NVR Inc., the Fortune 500 parent company of Ryan Homes, NV Homes and Heartland Homes, recently rented a 2,600-square-foot site at 501 Wando Park Blvd. in Long Point Center, according to Jeremy Willits of commercial real estate firm Avison Young. The two-year lease starts March 1. Keep Reading

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Greenville homes sell quickest in SC, according to new report

Homes stay on the market for less time in the Greater Greenville area than any other part of South Carolina, according to South Carolina REALTORS.

WYFF News 4 Investigates analyzed the group’s 2017 Annual Report on the South Carolina Housing Market released Monday.

A Greenville home listed in 2017 spent an average of 53 days on the market. Charleston area homes spent 55 days on the market. The longest amount of time it took to sell a home was in the Southern Midlands at 232 days on average. Keep Reading

New apartments, downtown Greenville development given initial OK

Plans for mixed-use development filed with Greenville Planning Commission

GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA)–A new development is a step closer to reality in downtown Greenville. There are plans to convert the BB&T tower on College Street into apartments and build a new mixed use building across the street.

According to developers with The Beach Company, Greenville City Council approved the first reading Monday night. There will be some modifications made to the language in the ordinance before a final vote happens. Keep Reading