MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (WCSC) – A five-bedroom Mount Pleasant home overlooking Charleston Harbor sold for $7.5 million earlier this month. The home, located at 100 Haddrell St., has five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one half bathroom. It is 7,015 square feet and was built in 2003. The plot of land is approximately 1.32 […]

Realtor Magazine just came out with 4 fundamentals of selling a home in today’s market. I agree that these 4 things are most important if you’re serious about selling your home. Here are four things sellers should understand about today’s market to make their homes as saleable as possible: 1. Real estate pricing is very […]

By Christopher Solomon of MSN Real Estate   This is a great article that sedller’s should fread before putting their house on the market. It provides some great advice to seller’s that will help before the offer and during the negotiation process. So you’re thinking about selling your house. But how much do you really know about negotiating […]

Clean Those Windows!

February 22, 2010 | 3 Comments

Just as your eyes are the mirror to your soul, the “soul” of your house is mirrored by your windows. Make sure you don’t neglect them when preparing a property for sale.  In fact, Feng Shui principles view the windows as the eyes of a home. Here are a few pre-listing tips for making the most of […]

By Tisa Silver of Investopedia In this economy, houses aren’t selling like they used to. If you have a house on the market, or are considering selling yours, there are some ways to improve your chances. Here are seven tips that will make it easier to sell your house and make a smooth transition from one owner to […]

Call it the first-time homebuyer bump. Charleston-area home sales surged 31 percent to 721 transactions last month as buyers moved to take advantage of a temporary $8,000 federal tax credit that recently was extended. Last October, a total of 549 homes sold, according to the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors. The 31 percent increase ranks […]

    According to the officials at Columbia University, the recession ended September 2009. It will have lasted for 21 months, making it the longest recession in modern history. Because the recession coincided with a  financial crisis and a real estate deflation, it felt like the worst thing since the Great Depression. It’s likely that […]