Here is your chance to tour 1331 Lonnie Circle in Old Mt. Pleasant!
Saturday, 2/2 from 1-3pm. This charming home is now available for $674,000
*4 bedrooms/3 baths
*Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, brand new Samsung Duo Flex oven, granite countertops and Travertine backsplash
*200 square foot front porch and pergola
*300 square foot screened back porch with vaulted ceiling, perfect for entertaining
*Fully fenced backyard, with side yard gate providing easy access for your boat and golf cart
*Backyard includes large deck and patio in addition to the screened porch
Open House brought to you by William Barnwell, Realtor, The Cassina Group. Contact William@TheCassinaGroup.com for details.
It’s December and with the whirl-wind of the holidays approaching, clients are asking me if they should list now or wait until the first of the year. Obviously we do not have a crystal ball answer, but based on my experience, I am advising as follows:
Why wait? True, there is a smaller pool of buyers during the colder months (think about those buyers who currently live in the North that cannot sell their homes because it is snowing) but even with fewer buyers, there is also fewer homes to chose from. The big factor being that tons of new inventory will be hitting the market in the early spring, and the best path to ensure a quick sale is to beat the rush.
Below is an interesting article from RIS Media’s House Call.
“The holidays are fast approaching, and if you’re considering selling your home, now is the perfect time to reassess your strategy for getting your property sold. With the colder temperatures and many people heading on vacation, it may seem like an inopportune moment to list your house, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Although it’s true that there are fewer buyers looking for a home at this time of year, the pros far outweigh the cons. There are less, yet far more serious buyers searching for homes in your market, and there is less competition with less homes on the market, and transactions happen far more quickly as there are less being processed.
The 37th Annual Holiday Parade of Boats will be held in Charleston Harbor on Saturday, December 8, 2018. Organized by the City of Charleston in partnership with the Charleston Sail and Power Squadron, this is a fun family friendly event. Thousands of spectators view the parade along the route from Mt. Pleasant to Charleston.
The parade begins at approximately 4:30pm near the Mt. Pleasant side and ends in the Ashley River, after processing down the Charleston side of the Cooper River, at approximately 6:30pm.
The Rotary Club of Charleston puts on a festive Light Up The Night parade viewing party at the Charleston Maritime Center. For more information, visit here.
It’s that time of year again!
The 23rd Annual Mt. Pleasant Christmas Parade is Sunday, December 9 at 5:30pm.
This is such a fun, festive night for our community. Incredibly decorated floats and community groups will march up West Coleman Boulevard as the Mount Pleasant Christmas Light Parade entertains residents and visitors of all ages. The festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. with the start of the parade at Mill St. traveling south and ending at the intersection of W. Coleman Blvd. and Patriots Point Rd.
For more information, click here.