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Life after 'C. Dan'
Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer David Crigler, left, and President Danny Joyner of Prudential C. Dan Joyner Company Realtors. Greg Beckner / Staff

Life after 'C. Dan'

Second generation is carrying the legacy forward at Prudential C. Dan Joyner Realtors

JUNE 21, 2012 10:23 a.m. Comments (3)

The booming voice, cheerful greetings and unbridled enthusiasm of C. Dan Joyner no longer are heard at Prudential C. Dan Joyner Realtors – but the founder is ever present.

Six months after Joyner’s death Jan. 8 at age 74, his son Danny and son-in-law David Crigler reflected on the leadership transition of the family business that has dominated Greenville’s real estate market for years.  Continue reading...

 
Old textile buildings in West End to get new life
Jenks Patrick with Jenks Inc. Realty inside the former Smith Dray Line and Storage Company building on Markley Street. The building is one of three that will be part of Markley Terrace. Greg Beckner / Staff

Old textile buildings in West End to get new life

OOBE to be lead tenant in first phase of Markley Terrace

JUNE 21, 2012 10:20 a.m. Comments (4)

Three freestanding buildings on Markley Street have roots in Greenville’s textile past and soon will have a place in Greenville’s textile future.

OOBE, a textile company that started making outdoor apparel and expanded into custom-designed corporate uniforms, will be the lead tenant in a new 67,000-square-foot mixed-use development that will continue the revitalization of Greenville’s West End.  Continue reading...

 

Upstate housing sales on the rise

Competitive bidding is returning as prices inch up

JUNE 21, 2012 10:18 a.m. Comments (4)

After four years of buyers holding sway in the housing market, sellers are beginning to see a slow swing of the pendulum toward balance in supply and demand.

“I definitely think it is still a buyers’ market, but there is a decrease in inventory,” said Kathie Gajda, president of the Greater Greenville Realtors Association and broker of Gajda & Gutbrod Real Estate Corner.  Continue reading...

 
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