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    Cooper River Bridge Run

    By Molly Glover | March 12, 2015

    One of our favorite annual events in Charleston is the Cooper River Bridge Run. This 10K run begins in Mount Pleasant on Coleman Boulevard (nearby our office!) and ends in Marion Square in downtown Charleston with a big celebration. The 10K is known as being one of the most well-organized and conducted races in the... Read More

    New Years Resolutions for Your Home

    By Molly Glover | January 8, 2014

    As a new year rolls around, positive changes and resolutions are at the front of most everyone’s mind. If you’re searching for a resolution you can keep, consider one that will help you be a more responsible homeowner. Whether you’re new to home ownership or an experienced real estate investor, there are certain habits that... Read More

    Easy Tips to Hang Holiday Lights

    By Molly Glover | December 11, 2013

    The holiday season is in full swing and that means it is time to decorate! While everyone leads busy lives these days, leaving it to the last moment simply isn’t an option if you want a display to really be proud of. If you live in the Charleston area, then you know that Christmas lights... Read More

    Charleston’s December Calendar

    By Molly Glover | December 5, 2013

    Stay up to date with events around Charleston this holiday season with our calendar. Make sure to check out the blog on Dec. 6 for a special post on selling your home before the end of 2013. Enjoy! Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to with this graphic. Read More

    Black Friday Real Estate Deals: Fact or Fiction?

    By Jimmy Dye | November 22, 2013

    It’s almost that time of year. That time where people’s eyes begin to glitter, families and friends come together from all over to spend time with their loved ones, and where even the air seems to carry a special, enchanting form of magic. That time is, of course, Black Friday. For the uninitiated, Black Friday... Read More

    Enjoy the Holidays without the Stress in Charleston, SC

    By Jimmy Dye | November 21, 2013

    Thanksgiving is the iconic American meal. Charleston is famed for its food and culture. Put the two together, and anyone would be concerned about measuring up. Just thinking about the cooking, decorating, and cleaning that will be involved is enough to send anyone’s blood pressure skyrocketing. Stop. Take a deep breath. Here are some tips... Read More

    Charleston, SC Restaurants Offering Thanksgiving Dinner

    By Jimmy Dye | November 20, 2013

    Thanksgiving is a day to enjoy family, good food and football (Packers vs Lions, Raiders vs Cowboys or Steelers vs Ravens). If the thought of waiting four hours on a turkey to roast and counting ears of corn is not appealing this year, maybe dining out this holiday is a good option. Let Charleston’s restaurants... Read More

    Charleston, SC Charities: Giving Back This Holiday

    By Jimmy Dye | November 15, 2013

    With Thanksgiving approaching, millions of Americans will choose to give back to their community in a number of different ways. Whether they donate their time, finances, or sheer hard work, any individual can find a way to support. Charleston, South Carolina is home to a number of charitable organizations you can choose to help support in... Read More

    Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble in Marion Square

    By Jimmy Dye | November 8, 2013

    Want to be part of the state’s largest Thanksgiving 5K this November, 28th? The 36th Annual Turkey Day Run and Gobble is right around the corner. Participants will enjoy running and walking a scenic course through historic Charleston and Battery. The course itself is relatively flat. It descends slights as the participants make their way along... Read More

    2013 Boone Hall Fright Nights in Mt. Pleasant, SC

    By Jimmy Dye | October 15, 2013

    In Charleston, there are plenty of haunted stories where ghosts roam through historic inns and graveyards. But for some of us, the reality behind those ghost stories might be a little too much for our comfort. If you’re looking for a fun place to spend your harrowing nights during October while still getting scared, Boone... Read More

    Halloween Decorating Ideas for Your Charleston Home

    By Jimmy Dye | October 10, 2013

    Autumn has come, and with it a tell-tale rattle of golden leaves rustled by the gusts of brisk air. The spicy treats and dress-up fun of the season is here again. So too is the chance to participate in the spirit by transforming your lovely home into a den of Halloween horrors or autumnal beauty.... 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

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