The general argument in the lawsuit is that the values of properties were grossly inflated to obtain financial gain. If proven true, the outcome of the suit could have far reaching implications on all commercial property owners nationwide.
Augusta has seen marginal growth the last two decades, however, crime, corruption and failing schools are putting the community’s future growth prospects in jeopardy.
Joe Edge lauds the recent decision of a federal appeals court regarding Augusta's strip club ordinances.
Steven Kendrick’s campaign misstep of announcing the Regency Mall development came a high price. Stacey Abram’s campaign recently made a Regency Mall size mistake that is making me wonder if Kendrick’s campaign manager is advising her.
Several tax credit apartment developments have been proposed in Columbia County in recent years but were unable to move forward either due to site-related issues or zoning restrictions. Richmond County, however, has new low-income apartments being built and more could be on the way.
Column: With eight-figure real estate transactions trending down, one sells locally for $17.4 million
According to this real estate column, apartment sales of more than $10 million are trending downward, but one sold last week for $17.4.
Joe Edge is a lifelong Augusta GA native. He graduated from Evans high school in 2000 and served four years in the United States Marine Corps right out of High School. Joe has been married for 20 years and has six children.