Richmond Hill, GA Real Estate News

By Kristy Stubbs-Henderson, Living Life in Covington
(The Crowne Team of Coldwell Banker Gerri Murphy Realty)
Happy New Year 2009!  Let's just see how the real estate industry is developing this year.  Let's get started with the Inman Real Estate Connect Gathering in New York City, which started today and will continue through Friday, January 9th, 2009.  Leaders in real estate, finance and technology will be there to promote change and innovation within the industry.  Well known speakers, panelists and practical workshops will provide attendees with the tools and techniques they need to compete.  And with interest rates as low as 4.3% and lots of foreclosures and short sales, we might start seeing first-time buyers snap up homes again.  The government is doing everything in their power to fix a problem and hopefully realtors will reap the benefits.   I'm excited about a new year and new opportu...
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By Myers Jackson, America's Auctioneer
(Auctioneer, Texas Flip N Move )
A Savannah Georgia Home Auction will take place Friday October 31st @ 10 a.m. EST live onsite: 47 Lincoln Circle, Richmond Hill, Bryan County, GA 31324. This is also an Estate Auction selling Personal Property. The Personal Property will be sold High Bidder's Choice piece by piece. This fine Savannah Georgia Home includes 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It is located in the Belle Island Neighborhood that has Lincoln River access. This Georgia Home has a breath taking view of the vegetation and a big patio. Call The Auctioneers today! Event new and details of this Georgia Home Auction are available on our website CertifiedRealEstateAuctions.com . Contact the Real Estate Auctioneer Myers Jackson for any questions on the upcoming Georgia Real Estate auction at 800-711-9175 or email him at Mye...
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By Thomas Tolbert
(Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate Legacy )
  One of my favorite communities! Just minutes from Savannah is a picturesque community with more than 10,000 residents, yet still manages to keep it's small town feel and charm. Known as the city that Henry Ford Built, it is formerly the home of industrialist Henry Ford,  it was named Richmond Hill in 1939 after the name of Ford's winter residence. On  August 16, 2004 Laura Bush designated Richmond Hill among the nation's Preserve America communities. A family oriented community, Richmond Hill's public school system is considered among the best in the coastal Georgia area. For more information on schools you can visit the Bryan County Schools website. Whatever your looking for in a coastal community, Richmond Hill has to offer, from boating and fishing, to golf, shopping, great seafood...
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