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Monthly Archives: September 2013

    How to Set a Price for Your Home

    By Jimmy Dye | September 30, 2013

    Key Factors in Listing Charleston Real Estate South Carolina homeowners selling their biggest investment would like to receive the best possible price. There are many factors which help to determine how to set a listing price for your home. The contributing facts involve a price the owner would like, a price the buyers want to... Read More

    Tips for Sharing Closing Costs

    By Jimmy Dye | September 29, 2013

    Understanding closing costs and what charges they involve can help first time home sellers to better understand the selling process. In most cases, you will need to share the closing costs with your buyer. Usually payment for these fees are split right down the middle, however there are some instances where the buyer or seller... Read More

    Why You Shouldn’t FSBO (For Sale by Owner)

    By Jimmy Dye | September 24, 2013

    Selling a home is not easy. It is the type of task that requires the right decisions to be made in order to ensure the success of you getting the price you want for your home. Many people choose to do away with utilizing the services of a realtor and attempt to sell their home... Read More

    What to Expect After Listing Your Home for Sale

    By Jimmy Dye | September 23, 2013

    When it comes to selling our home, we always want the most money possible and we want the home sold as fast as possible. After you’ve signed with a Cassina agent, there are a number of things to expect during the selling process. You’ve got the listing price settled, you’ve made necessary repairs, and now... Read More

    How Long will the Seller’s Market Stay in Charleston, SC?

    By Jimmy Dye | September 22, 2013

    We’ve all heard the news. Real estate across the nation has turned into a seller’s market for most regions. Home values have gone up, buyers are on the prowl, and confidence has been slowing recovering in the economy. But one of the biggest indicators to a healthy economy is new construction. For years, we’ve seen... Read More

    The 10 Commandments to Owning a Historic Home

    By Jimmy Dye | September 13, 2013

    When we walk out onto our piazzas and hear the quiet thumps of horse-driven carriages, we are often reminded how amazing it is to live in a historic property around Charleston. It’s almost a timeless sensation, as we know countless people have heard the same sounds for decades. But when it comes to owning a... Read More

    1405 Water Edge – FEATURED LISTING

    By Jimmy Dye | September 13, 2013

    Garrett Rust’s new listing at 1405 Water Edge Drive is the quintessential Lowcountry home with an inviting floor plan and a friendly neighborhood atmosphere.  Located in the Cainhoy section of Berkeley County, the home is conveniently located near Mount Pleasant, Daniel Island and North Charleston putting everything you could ever need well within reach. The... Read More

    FEATURED LISTING – 2268 Atlantic Ave

    By Jimmy Dye | September 10, 2013

    Sullivans Island has long been one of the Charleston area’s most desirable spots to call home.  With miles of sandy beaches, a laid-back atmosphere, and close proximity to downtown Charleston, Sullivans is a perfect destination for those looking to live the Lowcountry beach lifestyle. Robertson Allen’s new listing at 2268 Atlantic Ave offers you the... Read More

    FEATURED LISTING – 506 Postal Crescent Court

    By Jimmy Dye | September 6, 2013

    Located in the exclusive Beresford Hall community, 506 Postal Crescent Court is a spacious, vacant lot listed for sale by Molly Conn. Measuring over three-quarters of an acre in size, there is plenty of room to build the home of your dreams while still having an ample yard. A dedicated green space is located across... Read More

    The Lowcountry’s 2013 Taste of Charleston Event

    By Jimmy Dye | September 6, 2013

    Grits aren’t the only food on the menus, even though they are delectably prepared throughout Charleston, South Carolina. Whether you want “Shuck’s” oysters and crab soup or the Caviar and Bananas’ sushi, Charleston is the city where you come to dine casually or in a high top environment. Every month, Charleston is hosting family and... Read More

    9 William Street: Stunning Old Village Home

    By Molly Glover | September 6, 2013

    Whether it’s the tree-lined streets, waterfront views, stunning architecture or laid back feel, Mount Pleasant’s Old Village has long been one of the most desired neighborhoods in all of Charleston. Jackie Kelly’s listing at 9 William Street is in the heart of the Old Village, near the old Pitt Street Bridge which is a great... Read More

    Cassina TV: Into the Great Wide Open with Half Moon Outfitters

    By Molly Glover | September 4, 2013

    South Carolina, and particularly Charleston, is blessed by prevalent natural beauty and an abundance of outdoor activities.  From hiking in the upstate to paddleboarding or surfing on the coast, there is never a shortage of ways to enjoy the great outdoors.  Before venturing into the great wide open, head to Half Moon Outfitters which has been... Read More

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