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Monthly Archives: July 2014

    1323 Appling Drive: Centrally Located Mt. Pleasant Home

    By Molly Glover | July 30, 2014

    Located in the heart of Mount Pleasant, this lovely light blue home at 1323 Appling Drive in the Watermark neighborhood exudes Charleston charm with double front porches and a well-landscaped front yard. The home was built in 2011 giving the main living area a contemporary feel and an open floor plan, underscored by stunning hardwood... Read More

    How to Make Your Home Offer Stand Out in Charleston

    By Molly Glover | July 21, 2014

    In Charleston, South Carolina, home values increased 4 percent over the 30 day period from March 2014 to April 2014. The previous 12 months, values increased 10 percent. This is great news for Charleston home sellers, but it means that there are more ready, willing and able buyers than there are homes for sale in... Read More

    Are Open Houses Still Relevant In and Around Charleston?

    By Molly Glover | July 18, 2014

    The practice of holding open houses has been questioned by some who believe they are either outdated or irrelevant with the ease of internet home searches. In today’s world of instant gratification, buyers don’t want to wait for an open house when they can take a virtual tour and view detailed photographs online. However, open... Read More

    610 Hobcaw Bluff Drive: Hobcaw Creek Plantation Home for Sale

    By Molly Glover | July 9, 2014

    Nestled on a corner lot with views of golden Lowcountry marsh, this custom built home at 610 Hobcaw Bluff Drive in the desirable Hobcaw Creek Plantation neighborhood of Mount Pleasant is full of charm and elegance. The exterior reflects a classic Charleston style, emphasized by a full front porch—the perfect place to relax in the... Read More

    2237 Oyster Catcher Court: Seabrook Island Home with Ocean Views

    By Molly Glover | July 9, 2014

    Located at 2237 Oyster Catcher Court in the Ocean Pointe neighborhood of Seabrook Island, this contemporary, updated villa is a shining example of island living. Designed to make the most of the ocean views, the home was built with an inverted floor plan so you can catch glimpses of the Atlantic from the living room,... Read More

    27 Lamboll Street: Historic Downtown Charleston Home

    By Molly Glover | July 7, 2014

    Nestled on the corner of Legare and Lamboll streets, the stunning historic home at 27 Lamboll Street is the kind of Charleston gem that isn’t often seen on the market. The home, known in historical circles as the Richard Reynolds House for its first owner, was built in the 1850s and has aged elegantly with... Read More

    625 Carolina Boulevard: Proposed Construction on Isle of Palms

    By Molly Glover | July 7, 2014

    This lovely lot on Isle of Palms is a great opportunity to invest in property in one of the most pristine beach communities in the Charleston area.  The lot at 625 Carolina Boulevard is one of the few spots on the island that has both views of the ocean and of the inter-coastal waterway.  Golden... Read More

    What Does Your Comparative Market Analysis Mean?

    By Molly Glover | July 3, 2014

    The application of the pricing structure in Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) by real estate agents establishes an appropriate price range on new listings. The formulation of market listing price in the real estate market considers both aggregate median housing price indexes, as well as local market features to price found in active, pending, sold, and also... Read More

    What is Your Next Step in the Selling Process?

    By Molly Glover | July 3, 2014

    Charleston and the surrounding area’s have an extremely healthy real estate market that is as of right now working out tremendously for sellers who have prepared their home and priced it well. With a mild climate and a fabulous location on the East Coast, it is a very popular destination for many desiring a family... Read More

    Cassina TV: Charleston’s Tech Future (Charleston Digital Corridor)

    By Molly Glover | July 1, 2014

    Launched in 2001, The Charleston Digital Corridor is a creative effort to attract, nurture and promote Charleston’s knowledge economy by facilitating a business, physical and social environment where technology companies can thrive. The result of this effort is what some have dubbed silicon harbor.  In this episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with Ernest... Read More

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