Posts Tagged ‘residential’

Developer with ties to Davis to enter plea to an undisclosed charge

by Associated Press Published: January 8,2013

Tags: court, crime, developer, development, home, house, judicial, justice, law, legal, mayor, plea, real estate, residence, residential

SOUTHAVEN — Federal court records show developer Charles “Chuck” Roberts III will waive an indictment and enter a plea to Jan. 31 in Oxford to an undisclosed charge. Roberts is a longtime developer in DeSoto County and a close friend of Southaven Mayor Greg Davis. Roberts is also the public address announcer for Tigers’ basketball […] [...]

Neighborhood named to National Register by Interior

JACKSON — The Belhaven neighborhood in Jackson has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Department of the Interior has approved the addition of the Belhaven Historic District on the recommendation a Mississippi preservation board. The Belhaven neighborhood dates back to the early 1900s when it was a small residential development when […] [...]

Public hearing called to discuss subdivision development

VICKSBURG — Warren County will hold a public hearing on Jan. 22 on proposed changes to the county’s ordinance on subdivision development. The Vicksburg Post reports versions of a revised ordinance have discussed by the board of supervisors for months. The county is considering a prohibition on the sale of residential lots until roads are […] [...]

FNC index shows improving U.S. property values

OXFORD — U.S. property values continue to show signs of improvement, in line with indications of continued expansion in economic activity and better employment rates in recent months, according to FNC’s latest Residential Price Index (RPI). Favorable developments in the housing sector, including declining foreclosure activities and rising home sales, have contributed to the continued […] [...]

FNC report finds improving liquidity in for-sale market

by MBJ Staff Published: December 14,2012

Tags: acquisition, home, house, land, liquid, liquidity, property, purchase, real estate, residence, residential, sale, sell, study

OXFORD — Liquidity conditions in the nation’s residential for-sale market are generally improving, according to a report released by mortgage technology company FNC. The report, built from FNC’s For-Sale-Observations Database that captures more than 60 percent of the for-sale market, indicates the median asking price among for-sale properties is up 8.6 percent since January and […] [...]

New land-use code could spur development

TUPELO — A new development code in Tupelo will allow more mixing of land uses. The code is expected to go to a vote in January, reports the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. If the City Council adopts the code, a transition period will follow. During that time, developers will be able to choose which code […] [...]

County petitioning FEMA to enter ‘buyout’ program

PICAYUNE — Pearl River County officials say about 25 properties could be eligible for a “buyout” program to help some flood-prone residents. County planner Ed Pinero Jr. tells the Picayune Item about six property owners so far have said they want to participate in the program. The Federal Emergency Management Agency would have to approve […] [...]

Software company adding at least 100 jobs for Brazilian contract

OXFORD — A Mississippi software firm will add at least 100 jobs thanks to a Brazilian contract. FNC, which makes software to streamline mortgage lending, said it would do work for Cetip, a Brazilian firm that holds financial securities for others. FNC’s software will help Brazilian banks manage documents, cut costs and help original lenders […] [...]

Officials say citizens reconsidered, now want rezoning

D’IBERVILLE — D’Iberville officials have opened more land for economic development, changing the zoning on the southwest portion of the intersection of interstates 10 and 110 from mostly residential to commercial. The Sun Herald reports the city had tried to rezone the property a few years ago, but residents objected. Deonne Olier, city planning and […] [...]

FNC index shows U.S. home prices still on the rise

by MBJ Staff Published: October 16,2012

Tags: home, home price, house, index, mortgage, real estate, residence, resident, residential, technology

OXFORD — FNC’s latest Residential Price Index (RPI) indicates U.S. property values continue to rise. Home prices reached a 20-month high following a “robust” spring/summer home-buying season, FNC reports. In August, home prices rose for the sixth consecutive month, consistent with signs of strengthening market conditions that are led by rising existing-home sales and declining […] [...]

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