Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Saturday, October 2, 2010

REALTOR® Magazine-Daily News-Fannie, Freddie Offering Hard-to-Beat Deals

 This was posted September 29th. Very  interesting that they are providing a 15-day grace period for prospective home buyers to view these before they are allowing investors to snatch them up! Act fast, only two weeks to find and review them!

REALTOR® Magazine-Daily News-Fannie, Freddie Offering Hard-to-Beat Deals

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Ever wonder how your homeowners insurance is calculated? see below

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Sunday, June 6, 2010

More market statistics for Charleston County real estate

For a more in depth look at real estate statistics for Charleston County, click here.

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First Quarter 2010 results are here!

If you've been waiting for the real estate market to hit the bottom, you may have missed the boat, it's time to make the move and buy!! Sales and prices are on the rise as interest rates may soon be also.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Designer Houses in Charleston SC presented by the CSOL

Historic homes near to the Battery Park in w:C...Image via Wikipedia
I visited the Designer Show Homes in Charleston, SC this past week and truly enjoyed it. They are located in downtown Charleston on South Battery and Gibbes St, South of Broad. There were some great decorating tips and ideas that are were not extremely expensive to do. The South Battery home was a collaboration of many different decorators assigned to individual rooms. The Gibbes Street home was completely done by Maine Cottage. Both of these homes are for sale and you can view them by clicking on the link below.

Posted via the broker reciprocity agreement for the CTAR MLS.
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Tuesday, March 23, 2010

The Charleston Symphony League Show House is OPEN!

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Friday, March 19, 2010

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Snow in the Holy City Charleston, SC

Wow, This was such a rare site for us! The weekend of Valentine's Day was supposed to bring hoardes of tourists to our area and always marks the jump start to the tourism industry in the lowcountry. We host the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition - a great family event that brings nearly 40,000 people click here. While the hotels, restaurants and other businesses that rely on the tourism industry suffered great losses of projected income due to cancelled flights and media warnings, the children of the lowcountry (young and old) could not have been more excited! As soon as I opened the front door very early that morning, I heard something that made me smile from ear to ear, uncontrollable laughter and joyous childrens' voices echoing from all directions. It was a beautiful sound! Many had long dreamed of making a "snow" angel instead of a "sand" angel and although our terrain is quite flat, they somehow found a way to slide down the slightest slope they could find. Small but truly unique snowmen lined our streets and everyone, including parents, helped each other create them while they also participated in a few snow ball fights. My son came flying through the door crying "Mom, mom, I need a carrot, some coal and a black hat!" His only experience with a snowman was the "Frosty" movie. I managed to find a carrot, some extra buttons, and a crocheted hat that were satisfactory to him. They played and played all day, hardly breaking for a snack, much less a meal until they finally gave out at dusk. Sleep came quick and easy. Most of the snow was gone by the next day, and the children were already praying for more, but I'm sure many long-lasting memories were made and many mothers' hearts were warmed to experience those special moments and the expressions on their childrens' faces at the wonder of snow in Charleston! Please enjoy a few of our pictures and an amatuer video!

night of the snow

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Friday, February 12, 2010

Brandy Keener and Ashley Truluck along with Places Real Estate welcome Boeing to the Charleston area. As the friendliest city in America (T & L 2008), we are so honored and excited that you have chosen Charleston and extend a warm welcome to all of the newest members of our community. See our local newspapers dedicated webpage - click here. Your presence will bring jobs and growth to the lowcountry. Please contact us for information on all areas of Charleston and for assistance in finding your new Charleston area home.
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Daily Weather Forecast for Johns Island, SC (29455) -

Daily Weather Forecast for Johns Island, SC (29455) -