Saturday, August 29, 2015

Rock Hill, South Carolina has lowest gas price in the US!

What a great place to live, play, and work! For more information about our Rock Hill Communities, please visit our website at www.LiveWellHomes.netor visit our Model Home at 2129 Belle Regal Circle.


Cherry Road was the cheapest place in America to buy gas Friday, according to industry-tracking website,GasBuddy.com.
Two Cherry Road locations, the Walmart neighborhood market and the 7-11 near Cherry Park, sold gas for $1.69 a gallon – 80 cents below the national average of $2.49 and 35 cents below the South Carolina average of $2.04.
Walmart prices were set by the national retailer. An employee of 7-11 did not say how it reached its price, but its price for regular unleaded gas increased to $1.79 a gallon later in the day.
The average price of gas in Rock Hill was $1.935 Friday, according to GasBuddy.com. The per-gallon gasoline price averages in other areas of South Carolina were $2.011 in Spartanburg, $2.027 in Columbia and $2.038 in Greenville. The average price in Charlotte was $2.296.
At $2.038 per gallon, South Carolina also boasts the lowest statewide average in the nation as well.
Gregg Laskoski, a senior petroleum analyst with GasBuddy.com, said gas prices should continue to drop, predicting a 30 cent to 40 cent per gallon reduction is possible.
Reasons for the falling gas prices include a glut of supply in the United States and globally and the change from summer to winter-blended gasoline. The strength of the U.S. dollar is also driving down gasoline prices, Laskoski said.
Historically gas prices decline in the fall and then start to steadily increase in February, March and April and reach a high point in May when the summer-blended gasoline is available, Laskoski said.

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Monday, August 24, 2015

Back to School Supply Drive at the Gates! Sept 15th

LiveWell Homes is sponsoring a Back to School Supply Drive for York Preparatory Academy. Please drop off supplies on or before Tuesday, September 15, at 2129 Belle Regal Circle, Rock Hill, SC 29732. And join us for lunch too!



Sunday, August 23, 2015

Two cities in Charlotte region are on Money's '50 Best Places to Live' list!

The Charlotte region has two cities in the top 50 of the new Money magazine ranking of the “50 Best Places to Live in America.” Harrisburg in Cabarrus County was No. 41; Stallings in Union County was No. 46.

Raleigh suburb Apex at No. 1 in the nation was the only other N.C. city on the 2015 list.

Money says this year’s list ranks “the 50 best small cities in the country—places with great jobs, strong economies, affordable homes, excellent schools, and that special something that makes it a great place to live.”

This year marks Harrisburg’s debut on MONEY’s list, but it’s easy to see why the town is booming. Great jobs in nearby Charlotte fuel the area’s 10.6% projected job growth. And multi-million-dollar expansions by local employers like Pepsi Bottling Ventures are poised to attract more development. This solid employment scene has led Harrisburg to the highest homeownership rate in the county (90%), yet property taxes remain affordable.

Located just outside of Charlotte, N.C., Stallings boasts old-school Southern charm in close enough proximity to big-city attractions that residents need never fear boredom. Museums, performing arts centers, an increasingly vibrant food scene, and other attractions in the Queen City make the nearby towns perfect nesting spots for families and individuals who want to be close to the action but still have their own space.

The top 10 cities on the list are:
1. Apex, N.C.
2. Papillion, Neb.
3. Sharon, Mass.
4. Louisville, Colo.
5. Snoqualmie, Wash.
6. Sherwood, Ore.
7. Chanhassen, Minn.
8. Coppell, Texas
9. Simsbury, Conn.
10. Solon, Ohio
Click here to view the complete list of 50 cities with slideshow, and a U.S. map with cities highlighted.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

13 Great Low Water Plants

Here are some water-efficient plants that will help keep your home's curb appeal looking beautiful even during a drought...


Glaucous Echeveria (Echeveria secunda glauca)

It’s tough to beat rugged succulents for drought tolerant good looks. Echeveria blends beauty with strong textural appeal. Rosettes of leaves sparkle in silvery-gray and contrast artfully with the bead-like leaves of pork and beans sedum (Sedum x rubrotinctum). Plant both of these water wise plants in a spot that’s well-drained.


Star of Madeira (Echium fastuosum variegata ‘Star of Madeira’)

Native to the Madeira Islands off the coast of Morocco, this lovely plant brings eye-catching leaves to the garden, but the show doesn’t stop there. From spring to early summer, vibrant purple flower spikes appear atop stems. These plants are drought tolerant once established and do best with no irrigation in summer.

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Saturday, August 8, 2015

Open House at WINDING CREEK In Mineral Springs!

Open House at WINDING CREEK In Mineral Springs! Go by and Visit Michael Alexander on Sunday between 1 PM to 6 PM! 

Providence II Floorplan in Winding Creek. All Brick Home with Two car SIDE Load Garage. Formal Areas-Spacious Great Room-Extended Kitchen-Guest Suite on Main Floor.
Upstairs-Majestic Master Ensuite-LOFT-Nice Size Secondary Bedrooms. 
A MUST SEE!


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