Today’s new normal seems oddly familiar… In between doing laundry and making breakfast for my boys, I am here… like normal…WATCHING THE REAL ESTATE MARKET… staying laser focused on what’s happening.
And you know what? It’s not new to me! I watched the market climb in 2008 and correct itself in 2010. Experience tells me that we will make it through this! Let’s face it, folks still want to call Charleston their home! If I can help you navigate through, please let me know. i am happy to talk in detail and answer any questions you may have.
And end the meantime, hoping you are well and surrounded by the love of family.
Thanks to everyone who emailed me with the correct answer to the “Where In The Neighborhood” game. Yes, you are correct, the picture is from the Etiwan Masonic Lodge Number 95, located at 438 Whilden Street!
I specialize my business in this market, if I can help you with real estate in The Old Village/ Old Mount Pleasant, please let me know! And to receive a list of homes for sale or sold, visit www.SearchOldVillage.com.
Meet Thor, winner of Red’s Ice House Pup Bowl. Thor will be gifting his prize ($250) in appetizers and hosting an adoption event & fundraiser for LowCountry Animal Rescue. Event will be held on Sunday, March 1 from noon-4pm at Red’s Icehouse on Shem Creek.
LowCounty Animal Rescue will have pets at the event for adoption! Everyone is welcome and we look forward to seeing you there!
“We are so thrilled to have relocated our gallery from Sullivan’s to our new location on the corner of Coleman Blvd and Fairmont Ave. Our gallery is packed with unique and eclectic finds that include artwork, jewelry, vintage antiques, and more. Looking for something special? We have it! And if we don’t have it, we will try to find it, because locating and repurposing treasure is our personal passion! Stop by and check out our one-of-a kind items! We are thrilled to bring The White Gallery to this special community! Follow us on Instagram!
I just mailed out my latest issue of The Village Connection and I am proud to say this marks my 16th year of creating this fun neighborhood newsletter! Yay!
I could not resist re-posting this picture of the “Bus Stop Brigade” from the Fall of 2006 issue. Although Myrtle is no longer with us, she will never be forgotten! And the children featured in this picture, including my son, are now off to college! Boy, time sure does fly! Such a special time!!!!
I am frequently asked about renovations that are a good return when considering selling your home. This guide is a great resource, and in addition, other improvements would be repainting interior walls, deep clean the home prior to professional photos, re-fresh landscaping with new pine straw and add some flowers for a pop of color!