Posts Tagged ‘FNC’

As expected, FNC breaks ground on new headquarters in Oxford

by Published: December 2,2014

Tags: Business, FNC, Mississippi, NEWS, Oxford

JACKSON — FNC Inc. broke ground today at the site of the company’s new headquarters complex in Oxford. The new facility, which the MBJ reported on in August, will accommodate future growth for the company. The project represents a $20 million corporate investment and is expected to create 310 new jobs in the technology sector. FNC’s new […] [...]

Oxford’s FNC getting new headquarters

by Published: August 21,2014

Tags: Business, FNC, Mississippi, mortgage, Oxford

Mortgage technology firm FNC Inc. is in the middle of the design phase of its new headquarters in Oxford, a complex that will not only give the growing company needed space, but also reflect the city of Oxford’s vision for large, campus-like environments. “We have been working on our plans for about three years,” said […] [...]

Commercial contractors are still struggling in state

by Published: March 1,2013

Tags: FNC, foreclosure, residential construction

The news is mainly good on the residential side of the construction industry that is currently weathering its worst cycle in decades. Unfortunately, the commercial contractors are still having a hard time finding work. And while industry leaders see some optimistic signs, the outlook remains guarded at best. Homebuilders are starting to see some sunlight. […] [...]

Leadership class unveiled

The Oxford Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce has kicked off its Leadership Lafayette program for 2012. This eight-month course is designed to ensure the continuity of leadership in the Lafayette Oxford University community. The 2012 Class includes: Jimmy Carr, State Farm Insurance; John Cofer, First Tennessee Bank; Jason Covington, FNC; Kinney Ferris, Oxford Convention and […] [...]

Research: Federal homebuyer tax credit created price stability

by Published: October 21,2010

Tags: First Time Home Buyer's Tax Credit, FNC

Source: FNC press release OXFORD — Economists from a real estate technology company have found that although the cost of the tax credit to taxpayers was $23 billion, the federal first-time home buyer’s tax credit has brought stability to home prices in most states. Current home prices nationwide would be 10% lower and falling if […] [...]

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