Charleston’s Top Attractions That Will Have You Making the Move

Brick sidewalks, historic churches, Spanish moss and top-notch seafood–there’s only one place you can find all these things, and that’s Charleston, South Carolina. The oldest (and largest) city in the state, Charleston has been known for everything from its friendly locals to its incredibly well preserved historic architecture. Waterfront views and old time charm are Read more about Charleston’s Top Attractions That Will Have You Making the Move[…]

MYTH: MILLENIALS AREN’T BUYING HOMES

  Around the time when millennials were criticized for their love of pink and avocados, a myth began to emerge that the 18-36 age group are uninterested in buying homes. While there are many reasons why this misperception exists, the truth is, millennials are just as interested in making this life-changing investment as previous generations Read more about MYTH: MILLENIALS AREN’T BUYING HOMES[…]

Charleston Area Events March 30 – April 1st, 2018

  Easter is Here! And so is Spring and all the fun events that come with it! Get your family geared up for a fun Holiday weekend in the Lowcountry! Charleston is a city that always knows how to celebrate the joys of life every day, but when a holiday is on the horizon, the Read more about Charleston Area Events March 30 – April 1st, 2018[…]

HOW TO WIN A HOME IN CHARLESTON’S COMPETITIVE MARKET

Cash may be king, but words are pretty powerful, too: One of the most effective ways to win a bidding war is to write the seller a letter as well as getting a full credit approval with your mortgage lender prior to placing an offer. All-cash offers nearly doubled a buyer’s chances of trumping others, Read more about HOW TO WIN A HOME IN CHARLESTON’S COMPETITIVE MARKET[…]

CHARLESTON NOVEMBER CALENDAR OF EVENTS

  It’s time to break out those boots, scarves, and hats. November is here and that means cooler weather, the Carolina Fair, and oyster roasts are coming to Charleston. Thanksgiving is also upon us and the holiday season opens with the Holiday Festival of Lights at the James Island County Park. Here are your November Read more about CHARLESTON NOVEMBER CALENDAR OF EVENTS[…]

AUGUST CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN CHARLESTON

Did you know Charleston is the last place you will see the total Solar Eclipse on Aug 21st and considered the best city to watch it in?! Events for that day include the Eclipse Baseball Game at Joe Riley Park, an all-day program at the Children’s Museum, Citadel Mall is an official NASA viewing location, Read more about AUGUST CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN CHARLESTON[…]

BUYING TIPS FOR THE SELF-EMPLOYED

Did you know more than 10% of the U.S. population identifies as self-employed, a freelancer or a solopreneur; and this isn’t even counting the gig economy. Many of these self-employed workers are entrepreneurs attributed to their tech and product innovations. While there is much praise for given to individuals who found their own businesses and Read more about BUYING TIPS FOR THE SELF-EMPLOYED[…]

JULY IN CHARLESTON: CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Do you know what July in Charleston means? That means cookouts, vacation, sun, sand, the ocean and lots of fun events in our beloved city! There’s great music coming to town this month as well. The boys of summer are at it again at Joe Riley Stadium. It’s anyone’s guess what Riverdogs owner Mike Veeck Read more about JULY IN CHARLESTON: CALENDAR OF EVENTS[…]

3RD TIMES A FAIL TO DEVELOP $1B LORELEI PROJECT OFF CHARLESTON’S UPPER PENINSULA

For the third time in a decade, a proposal to develop a prime piece of real estate on Charleston’s upper peninsula has fallen apart over access road. North American Properties had planned to transform the 160-acre Laurel Island site off Romney Street into a $1 billion upscale, mixed-use community. The plan included mixing retail with Read more about 3RD TIMES A FAIL TO DEVELOP $1B LORELEI PROJECT OFF CHARLESTON’S UPPER PENINSULA[…]

5 HOUSING TRENDS WE EXPECT IN 2017

Many real estate experts are predicting an overall positive housing market for 2017, despite the uptick in interest rates that are checking in at 4.25 percent and higher as of June 1. Compared with below 4 percent in 2016, this rate rise could slow home sales. But, since interest rates are still at historic lows Read more about 5 HOUSING TRENDS WE EXPECT IN 2017[…]