2017 BEST OF THE BEST! Thank you!!

Jackie Kelly Moultrie News 2017

I’m so appreciative to those who voted for me again this year!  It is simply an honor and I am so fortunate to be able to help families find their homes in this very special town!  xo

Open House: 1470 Seminole St.- Old Mt. Pleasant- This Sat & Sun from 10-12pm

Please come by and see this beautifully renovated home!
Open House will be this Saturday, July 29 from 10am-12pm and
Sunday from 10am-12pm.
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1470 Seminole Street   ::   $778,500
*Everything is brand new in this fully renovated 4 bedroom, 4 bath, 2000 square foot home.  
*Lovely front porch
*Open-flow Dining/Kitchen with Shadow Storm Marble island, gas range with custom hood, stainless undermount sink, new cabinets, new stainless appliances, decorative light fixtures and pantry
*Beautiful Oak Flooring throughout the home
*Dining/ kitchen area leads to a fantastic screened porch- also accessible from the private Master Suite
*Separate master suite with vaulted ceiling and walk-in closet.
*Master bath includes double Quartz vanity, oversized stand-up tiled shower with bench seat.
*3 additional bedrooms are spacious (one of which could double as a second master suite)  
*3 additional bathrooms for a total of 4 *Walk-in laundry/ mud room with Barn Door
*Private fully fenced, back yard with new landscaping and storage shed
*Hardiplank exterior
*New roof
*New plumbing and electrical throughout
*New tankless hot water heater
*Wood-planked ceiling in main living area
*Closets feature built-in wood shelving
*Outdoor shower with hot and cold water
*Flood insurance not required
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16 Years of Solid Growth in The Old Village/ Old Mt. Pleasant

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AVERAGE SALES PRICE IN THE OLD VILLAGE/ OLD MT PLEASANT, FROM 2001-2016, PER THE CHARLESTON MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE

The US housing market seems unstoppable, and our neighborhood is no exception.  Prices continue to rise, demand is strong, inventory is tight, interest rates are low and new construction is in full force.

Sales prices in the Old Village/ Old Mt. Pleasant are at an all time high, with the average sales price reaching $685,000 in 2015 and a staggering $743,000 in 2016.  That is a considerable jump from $455,000 in 2014.  Not to mention that price has more than doubled from the 2001 average of $370,000.  These stats show a solid investment market based on a steady increase over a long period of time.

So what does it all mean?

For sellers, it all sounds good, right?  But pricing your home accurately is still the key. The average “Days On Market” for homes sold in the OV/ Old Mt. P was 64 in 2016 and 65 in 2015.  When a home is priced under market value, multiple offers typically happen and can drive the sales price up.  And if priced over market value, the home will sit on the market with little to no activity after about 120 days.

For Buyers?  According to Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke, of Realtor.com, “Buyers who are able to land the home of their dreams can reassure themselves that their investment is likely to be a solid one—especially in our hottest markets, where homes are selling fastest and there’s the most demand.”

I always say it’s best to watch the market on a local level, and watch the prices over a long period of time.  And when you are ready to buy or sell, it’s imperative to team up with a savvy REALTOR® who understands your market.  If I can help you, please let me know.  To see all homes for sale, visit http://www.SearchOldVillage.

Winner of the “Where in the Neighborhood Contest”

Congrats to Marnie Bluth for being the first person to recognize the sign located at the Patjens Post Office, on the corner of Bank and Royall Ave.  Marnie wins a gift card to Brown Fox Coffee.  Thanks so much to all of you for participating, keep trying, you just never know when you will be the first with correct answer!

 

 

Just Listed – 212 Freeman Street

You will love this carefully restored historic (1800’s) cottage with tons of character and charm! Main house with a lovely over-sized front porch and 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths plus detached room over the garage. Wide-plank heart pine floors; 9+ foot ceilings; built-in shelves; elegant dining room with dental crown moulding and more. The kitchen features marble countertops, bathrooms have been updated with granite vanities. Spacious Master suite has a lovely sitting area and updated bath including double vanities, stand-up shower, and claw foot tub.

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Please contact me  if you have any questions and/or would like to see his home.

Jackie Kelly, Realtor®

jackie@thecassinagroup.com

843.991.9111

 

January 2017 Home Sales On The Rise

The 2017 market starts off strong, as home sales in the Charleston Region continue to rise.  In a market of low interest rates, a surplus of buyers and low inventory, sales prices continue to rise as well as the number of homes sold.  Here is the latest Market Update, provided by the Charleston Trident Association Of Realtors®. 

CHARLESTON, SC—(February 10, 2017) According to preliminary data released today by the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors® (CTAR) 1,029 homes sold in January in the region at a median price of $238,900. Last January, 972 homes sold at a median price of $218,020.  This marks the twelfth consecutive month that sales in the region have surpassed 1,000 homes and the first time in a decade that January sales have exceeded that benchmark.

Comparing the first month of 2017 to last year, sales volume has increased 6% and buyers are paying 9.5% more for homes in the region than they did last year.

Inventory has declined about 20% over the last 12-month period, with 4,746 homes listed as “active” for sale in the Charleston Trident Multiple Listing Service (CTMLS) as of January 31.  We expect that inventory will begin increasing slightly in the coming months.

“We are pleased to see the residential market starting on such solid ground in 2017” said 2017 CTAR President Dave Sansom.  “Last year was a strong year of growth in our market and starting the year with such substantial increases bodes well for both buyers and sellers. We’re poised to see another year of consistent growth in our market, supported by the flourishing local economy” he concluded.

Charleston County
500 homes sold at a median price of $308,750 in January in Charleston County. There are currently 2,545 residential properties for sale in Charleston County—1,920 single-family homes and 625 condos/townhomes.

For Stats specific to Mt. Pleasant, South of the Isle Of Palms Connector, Click here

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Upcoming Events at the “Little Library”

Be sure to visit our neighborhood Library, for fun events and more!

The Village Branch Library is locted at 430 Whilden Street.

♥Valentine’s Day Craft  

Saturday, February 11th at 11am  ::  Come make a card for special person’s in your life.

 


♦ Fairy Tale Day ♦

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Saturday, February 25th at 10:30am  

Celebrate Fairy Tale Day by sharing your favorite story and earn a prize.