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May 5, 2008

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Dillard & Company Lists $6 Million Authentic French Chateau Hinton Dillard May, 2008 - Sandy Springs Dillard and Company has listed a new home built by celebrated luxury homebuilder Bobby Webb, a Partner with BWC Properties. With more than 30 years as Atlanta's premier home builder and developer, Webb made a name for himself developing in the upscale, historic Buckhead and prestigious Sandy Springs communities. BWC Properties homes have been published in "Dream Homes of Georgia" an Exclusive Showcase of Georgia's Finest Architects, Designers and Builders. The Authentic Fr... Read More

May 15, 2008

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The Housing Crisis is Over - WSJ Opinion - May '08 CYRIL MOULLE-BERTEAUX The Housing Crisis is Over - WSJ Opinion - May '08 By Cyril Moulle-Berteaux May 6, 2008; Page A23 Mr. Moulle-Berteaux is managing partner of Traxis Partners LP, a hedge fund firm based in New York. The dire headlines coming fast and furious in the financial and popular press suggest that the housing crisis is intensifying. Yet it is very likely that April 2008 will mark the bottom of the U.S. housing market. Yes, the housing market is bottoming right now. How can this be? For starters, a bott... Read More

May 10, 2008

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645 Colebrook Court Construction Complete Hinton Dillard Wagener Custom Homes has completed construction of the exceptional home at 645 Colebrook Court in the rapidly appreciating (40.1% Since 2004) of Sandy Springs. Every feature of his custom home is exceptional. Read More

May 20 2008

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Senate Strikes Housing Rescue Deal - WSJ - May '08 U.S. Senate Strikes Housing Rescue Deal - May 20, 2008 Democrats and Republicans in the Senate have ended weeks of negotiations with a plan that would allow the federal government to insure up to $300 billion in refinanced loans for struggling home owners. The bipartisan accord, which represents the clearest sign yet that Congress is ready to pass sweeping legislation on housing, also seeks to tighten up oversight of government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which provide funding for mortgages. Republi... Read More