2015 Charleston Real Estate Market Re-Cap

The 2015 Real Estate Market was strong, and I am appreciative to have been part of it!  Thanks to my clients, I was able to achieve the 2015 Realtor Of Distinction Award, and could not be more proud!  I sincerely thank you for your support and here’s to continued success in 2016, which is off to a great start!

Now back to biz… I wanted to take a moment to provide you with a brief recap of 2015 for the greater Charleston market.  If you are curious about a specific area let me know and I will send you a re-cap, and thanks again for your support!  I love what I do!

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2015 stats pt 2


Old Village Real Estate Stats

Once again, the real estate market in The Old Village looks healthy with a steady increase over the past three years.  The AVERAGE PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT is up from $322 in 2013 to $452 in 2015.  The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET are down significantly, from 314 days in 2012 to 21 days In 2015.

If you are thinking of selling your home, I urge you to work with a professional who knows your market and can help you come up with a marketing plan and price point for success.  I advocate working with someone who will tell you the TRUTH about what price your home can fetch.  Don’t end up being one of those sellers on the market for more than the 21 day average, only to have to readjust price down the road.  If I can help, contact me at Jackie@TheCassinaGroup.com.  I am happy to give you a complimentary home valuation, specific to your property.  Thanks for stopping by my blog and to see all homes for sale in the neighborhood, check out www.SearchOldVillage.com

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CassinaTv: Take 10

In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we chat with Stephanie Hunt and Tom Bradford of Charleston Moves.  Their organization is a local non-profit  that believes a bike-friendly region is a healthy, active and fun place to live, work and visit.  They advocate mobility by bicycle and on foot for the improved health and well-being of greater Charleston — our people, neighborhoods, business districts and overall economic competitiveness.  The group works to create a community connection, making it easier for people who chose to bike or walk to do so safely throughout the City of Charleston.  They have had several major successes including the pedestrian lane on the Ravenel Bridge and more recently, a dedicated lane on the Ashley River Bridge. In short, Charleston Moves preaches the bike-friendly gospel in and around the Lowcountry.

Cassina Tv: Take 7

Situated in the heart of Charleston’s growing tech corridor, BoomTown is a complete online system that leads more Internet home buyers and sellers to your virtual door. This young tech company is on the forefront of digital marketing and boasts many accolades on the local, state and national levels. Coupled with a full suite of marketing and sales tools, the BoomTown way gives real estate agents proven tools to turn clicks into closings. In this episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with company co-founder and CEO Grier Allen for an inside look at their Charleston, SC offices!

Cassina Tv: Take 6

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry was founded in 2003 by local artist Anne Darby Parker to provide children with a safe place to learn and discover through hands-on experiences and activities.  The Children’s Museum is a non-profit organization whose mission is to spark imaginations, stimulate curiosity, and encourage problem solving through the power of play for families of all backgrounds.  In this episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with McCown Bridges, Marketing Coordinator of the museum, to get an inside look at some of the things that make this place so fun and special for kids of all ages!

Earls Court Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

It was a perfect day in the Old Village for the earls court ribbon cutting ceremony. We had a great turnout of local leaders, neighbors, friends and dogs. Our  friends at Pickled Pallet catered the event with tasty pastries, fresh fruits, coffees and Mimosa’s to boot!

Enjoy this little synopsis of the day:

Cassina Tv Take: 3

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 providing the Southeast with quality goods and services for adventure and travel since 1993. They are based in Charleston, SC and are the leading dealer of gear for kayaking, rock climbing, backpacking, surfing, and travel. In this episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with Beezer Molten, President and Owner of Half Moon Outfitters, to learn more about his vision and goals for the future.