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  • Hidden Tricks for Taking Flawless Photos from Your Iphone

    In this modern day of the most high tech gadgets, appliances, cell phones, etc., it is sometimes amazing as to how much more these devices of ours can do, that most people do not know. Case in point, our beloved smart phones, more specifically, the IPhone. I have always had an interest in photography but it increased dramatically when I recently upgraded to my enormous IPhone6+, aka, my extra "TV"...

  • Leisure Time in Summerville / Dorchester County Improves

    What to do in Summeville?  Yes, out door fun and recreation usually means a trip to downtown Charleston or to the beach.  Although, its only 30 minutes away, its still a drive that one does not necessarily want to make to enjoy a few hours of outdoor activities.   So what about Summerville??? Dorchester recognizes this as an issue and in response are builder two parks, 15 minutes from any where in...

  • Talking to Your Contractor on Rehab Costs

    Let’s break down your Rehab into Vendor Costs.  You can read over last week’s blog to get a general idea on The Scope.  Remember, that the Scope WILL CHANGE, so don’t beat up your contractor for going Over Budget.  Plan for it and keep up on Each Add/Change that comes up.  You Will Have the option to say Yeah or Na, on things. For starters, KISS (keep it simple stupid).  Get your trusty spreadshee...

  • Myths About Hurricane Season

    Myths About Hurricane Season Seasonal changes are usually something people look forward to.  That is, unless, we are talking about talking Hurricane Season…Of course, no one is going to be excited about the looming threat of potentially devastating storms.  However, here is some information that can hopefully put your mind to rest: Myth: The seasonal forecast for named storms and hurricanes is hig...

  • Why I chose AgentOwned (Part 1)

    I have not always been at AgentOwned. As a matter of fact, I worked for a builder a month ago.  As a model home agent, I came across SO MANY agents in the area from SO MANY different companies. When I decided to go into general brokerage, I knew I had SO MANY different options. Knowing that I had all these different options; I figured one of the best ways to make the decision easier was to decide ...

  • West Ashley Farmers Market Has Something For Everyone

    After a rain out the first week and showers earlier in the day, I was not sure what I expected on my first trip to the West Ashley Farmers Market last week, but … What a fantastic surprise! Great crowd, kids, dogs, neighbors, and music! People throwing frisbees or footballs, crepes, lizards and snakes from the SC Aquarium - wait a minute, I’m forgetting something…oh yeah, the fruits and veggies! T...

  • Fall Home Maintenance

    It is time for fall maintenance, and with allergy season revving back up there are a number of household chores you can do to alleviate some of these issues. One of the more important tasks is changing out your air filters. Many people assume that the better filters are the more expensive ones, when in fact the better filters are the thinnest and the most see-through. It is certainly ironic that ...

  • A look at Our Local Real Estate Market (Statistically)

    These days Charleston has lots going on and in so many different ways!    New Businesses…Restaurants…Sports Teams…TV Shows…Resort Islands…and Silicon Harbor (google it).  This has brought much interest to our area and that results in many families looking to call Charleston home!  As a result, our Real Estate market is thriving!  As you travel throughout the tri-county area new construction homes...

  • Growth in Numbers

          Charleston is currently recognized nationwide as one of America's best cities to visit. Because of Charleston's increasing popularity it is getting a lot of attention  from all around the country as not only a place to visit...but a place to relocate to.  In 2012 the Charleston area's population was around 750,000 people and its currently projected to reach an astonishing 1,000,000 by the ye...

  • FRANKE AT SEASIDE

    Franke at Seaside is a retirement community which offers all levels of senior living.  It is nestled in between Seaside Farms and The Shoppes at Seaside Farms … again, one of the most desirable locations in the Charleston area. The independent living includes single-family homes in a lovely neighborhood plus apartment living for those who don’t want a yard.  There are beautiful walking trails all ...

  • CharlestonByDay October Newsletter 2016

    October and autumn are here and cooler weather is on the way!  Of course, our fall is spectacular with temps mostly in the 70’s. Oysters are back in season and Oktoberfest should be great with all of the wonderful local breweries and pubs.  There’s also a full slate of activity at the North Charleston Coliseum/Performing Arts Center and the Charleston Music Hall.  The Stingrays begin another champ...

  • This hidden gem

    Fleming Park! Discovered this quaint, yet highly sophisticated neighborhood while dodging traffic last week. I decided to drive through. I was very impressed with their designs and unique layouts. They are all about empowering the homeowners through the entire building process.  They, Ashton Woods, are out of Atlanta and originally started in 1989. In 2013 they were named the fourth largest privat...

  • Freshfields Fall Fesrtival

    Freshfields Fall Festival If you’re living in the tri-county area you’re living in paradise.  There is always something exciting and fun to do.  The Fall Festival at Freshfields is coming up October 7th and 8th.  Freshfields is a short, relaxing drive through the canopy of oaks on Johns Island toward Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. On Friday, the Festival will host music on the green by the Counts.  ...

  • A Clemson Family Story

    Our oldest son became a Clemson football fan at the age of six! We had moved to South Carolina from North Carolina.  Of course, we knew about Clemson University from our years of watching ACC athletics, especially football. However, we were unprepared for the Clemson “bug” that engulfed us all and have been Clemson fans for 40 years now. We have lived through the Danny Ford glory years and actuall...

  • Mortgage rates are down

    DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016Mortgage rates settled back down after inching higher in recent weeks. "The 10-year Treasury yield declined after last week's post-Brexit high in anticipation of the Fed's September policy meeting,” says Sean Becketti, Freddie Mac’s chief economist. “The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage followed Treasury yields, falling 2 basis points and settling at ...

  • TIPS FOR A FLIP

      Flipping seems like a great way to make some quick money but be aware of potential pitfalls: Never buy a property at an auction, it is important to see it firsthand. Find out how long the property has been vacant.  The longer no one has occupied it, the better the chances of damage from neglect. Always hire a good home inspector to look for issues that are not obvious to see even if the pro...

  • Sizes of Different Social Media Images

    Social media is crucial.  No longer is a social media presence a "should" be for a real estate professional, it is now a must.  The public uses searches engines (Google, etc), as well as Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, etc), to research areas, homes, and potential real estate agents. Someone in the Mt Pleasant Office location of AgentOwned Realty is doing an overhaul of her Social Media presence....

  • Charleston Calendar of Events

    Whether you're visiting Charleston or if you're lucky enough to live here, there is always something to do!  You will have to mark your calendar for the events you'd like to attend.  There are some weekends with so much going on unfortunately, you simply 'can't do it all'.   There are Festivals: Moja Arts, Latin, Mac 'n Cheese and plenty of OYSTER Festivals. If you're in shape, you can do a Walk, ...

  • Plantations in the Charleston SC area

    PlantationsWhat are plantations? Plantations can be defined as large farms in the colonies that used the enforced labor of slaves to harvest cotton, rice, sugar, tobacco and other farm produce for trade and export. Crops were planted on a large scale with usually just one major plant species growing. The reason that plantations sprang mostly up in the South was due to the geography and climate a...

  • Budget curb-appeal improving landscape projects

    If you have a healthy budget, and your landscaping needs extensive work, consider hiring professionals for this home improvement project. A landscape architect can be pricey but necessary if your yard is in desperate need of an overhaul. Curb appeal shouldn’t stop at the front yard, but should be extended to the backyard as well. At the very least, clean the yard of any debris, trim trees and shru...

  • CHARLESTON STRONG!

    Charleston SC has deservingly received much attention over the last few years.  It’s determination to preserve it’s historic past while becoming truly a destination for great restaurants, shopping, wonderful hotels and beaches is amazing. One not mentioned other fact that touches the heart and soul of all Charlestonians is how the city, its community, reacted to the Emanuel Nine tragedy.     Emman...

  • Community in West Ashley

    Jeanette Turner, ABR, Agent Owned Realty Approximately 30 years ago, I moved from Atlanta to Charleston and fortunately landed in West Ashley in Ashley Hall Manor Subdivision, which is so convenient to most everything in the Lowcountry.  We're minutes from the beaches, the airport, interstates, downtown, other communities, schools, churches and plenty of shopping. Ashley Hall Manor is a neighborho...

  • Dock Permits - How to Save Crucial Time in Obtaining Your Permit

    Recently I had a Deepwater lot of my own go under contract on the intracoastal waterway on Yonges Island. Fortunately it was sold and closed on several months ago, but not without a few twists and turns along the way. Whether applying for a new dock or making renovations for an existing dock, the road to getting an approved permit in hand, is a little more involved that simply just submitting an a...

  • Park Circle - Open House

    Open House - Park Circle - 4608 Marlboro Place, North CharlestonSaturday, 9/24 11:00 am - 2:00 pmSunday, 9/25 12:00 pm - 3:00 pmStop by to see this totally renovated cottage-style home - you'll be glad you did! 4608 Marlboro Place North Charleston, SC MLS# 16023491 - Residential This adorable cottage-style home is located in the highly sought after Park Circle neighborhood. You can easily walk...

  • Netflix Set To Film A Movie In Charleston

                Yes you read that right, Charleston is set to show up on the big screen again! With famous films like “Dear John” and “The Notebook” already having been filmed in Charleston, we are not new to Hollywood. Charleston even got a reality series called “Southern Charm” which many locals have mixed feelings about. Now there is a new Netflix original movie set to come out next year called “Na...

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  • Differences Between Living, family and Great Rooms

    The vast majority of the public along with many veteran realtors most likely still need some clarification on the differences between a living, family and great room. They are similar enough for us to rightfully get confused from time to time but are different enough for us to educated on their differences. A family room is the room that people gather to to hang out, watch TV and relax and is usu...

  • HOA at SEASIDE FARMS

    HOAs are not for everyone.  As a REALTOR I hear, “I don’t want my neighbors in my business.”,” I don’t want anyone telling me what I can or cannot do with my property.”, “I don’t want to pay the fees.”  As a homeowner myself, I completely understand these remarks.  BUT, the HOA of Seaside Farms is so reasonable as far as fee and board decisions.  Basically, they want the streetscape to be consiste...

  • Final Discussion w/ Your Contractor about the Rehab Costs – During Due Diligence

    If you remember we were discussing this subject back in June (Blog-June 17 or so).  So since your Due Diligence Period is close to Ending, YOU need to make that final decision.  Is this the House You Still Think It Is.?  You had your Home Inspected thoroughly by all your key vendors and now the last piece of the puzzle.  Can you Afford The Rehab and does it make sense for That Area of the city?  H...

  • Low country Land

    SC has beautiful raw land. A few uses are for hunting, farmland and ranches, timberland, and pure relaxation to escape from the hustle and bustle! People may think that buying land is useless and boring because it may not produce income and it just sits there. It's one of the most overlooked  and misunderstood real estate investments in the world. A few benefits are: land investors call their own ...

  • The Season of the Leafers

    September 20, 2016 This morning we awoke to a temperature of 58 degrees! A few of the trees are beginning to turn. A glorious mountain fall season is on the way! And with it comes the crowds of visitors known affectionately to the locals as “the leafers”. The mountain economy is very dependent upon tourism. The locals look forward to and enjoy the summer and fall seasons. The stores and shops exp...

  • Buying you home - Must Have and Wish

    Purchasing your new home: Must Have & Wish List  I'll preface this blog by saying the 1st step in home buying process is to figure out what your budget is, aka pre-qualifying.  There's no sense in starting house hunting if your uncertain what you can afford or know what you are comfortable paying down and a monthly mortgage. No one wants the stress like the "Love it or List it" show where they sho...

  • Living in Park Circle

    4608 Marlboro Place North Charleston, SC MLS# 16023491 - Residential This adorable cottage-style home is located in the highly sought after Park Circle neighborhood. You can easily walk or bike to the heart of Park Circle and enjoy a number of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues! It's an easy bike ride to Quarterman Park where you can enjoy a walk around the lake or a quiet afternoon....

  • International Hospitality

    The Pineapple and Charleston SC Did you know that pineapple symbolism can be dated back to the days of Christopher Columbus in 1493?  As he explored the shores of what is now Guadeloupe, he found a sweet pineapple, which was previously unknown in Europe.  At the time, they were scarce because it was difficult to transport back to Europe before spoiling.  Very quickly, the pineapple became a status...

  • Does Your Business Card Get Noticed??

    In the business profession there are so many business cards! Why do you think that yours is going to stand out above the rest when there are potentially hundreds of business cards you will see a week? There are simple rules to follow to keep your business card on the top of the file and at the utmost of people's attention.  1. Poor quality cards are the absolute first to get tossed! When you go to...

  • Craft Beer

    Craft Beer What is a craft beer?  A craft beer brewery has an output of less than 6 million barrels a year.  The brewery has to be independent; less than 25% of the brewery is owned by a non-craft beer brewery.  A craft beer aficionado seems to have replaced the enophile.  The wine world has Sommeliers and the certified craft beer expert is a Cicerone. If you’re into craft beer, Charleston has sev...

  • Oyster Season in Charleston - Yum!

    September is a month most everyone in the Lowcountry has been waiting for...the official start to oyster season! You may have heard 'only eat oysters in a month with the letter R'.  You're sure to hear of oyster festivals happening all over from now until April.   Many people have their own oyster parties at home too.  It's interesting to see a group of people all standing around a sheet of plywoo...

  • Changes in neighborhood: squeezed behind a shopping center

    Who would have guessed  ?!   ...that there is a small new neighborhood behind Sea Island Shopping Plaza in Mount Pleasant ? I take Chuck Dawley Blvd daily on my way to work and had noticed a small sign announcing a new neighborhood. For weeks I drove by that sign thinking "oh, I should turn here and check it out" ! And so I did and my eyes opened up wide. To the left on this street, some older hom...

  • Charleston Loves Dogs as much as we do

    We love our pets, and so does Charleston, there are numerous parks and beaches to entertain them.                                                James Island County Park is one of the best, with a designated dog beach and four acres of grassy space. Located at 871 Riverland Dr., the price for admission is 2.00 per person and dogs are free.  Some local beaches have different times and regulations, ...

  • Plantations of Moncks Corner

    The Lowcountry is littered with plantations along our rivers. Many of the plantations are well-known such as Middleton, Magnolia, Boone Hall and Drayton Hall plantations. But there are many other, lesser known, plantations skirting coastal South Carolina. In Moncks Corner, on the banks of the Cooper River, are several plantations that once flourished. One of these is Lewisfield Plantation which w...

  • Preparing Your Home For Showing - Week 2

    Last week I discussed some helpful tips for Preparing Your Home for Showing.  Here are a few more tips. Put fancy throws on your bed and throw lots of decorative pillows on your couch to make them both look cozy and inviting.  Do you know that many interior designers suggest 1) a couch should never be against the wall if you have a large living room?   2)That the curtains should always touch the f...

  • Sunday Brunch Farmers Market at Pour House

    James Islanders and beyond, make your way over to 1977 Maybank Highway behind the Pour House for Sunday Brunch Farmers Market.  Sundays 11 to 3,  100% local good times.  Their vendors range from Artisan Tees    http://www.artisantees.com/  to Wildhaven Ranch meats  and everything in between plus Live Music, face painting and the best Food trucks in Charleston.             Being a self described Pi...

  • Energy Savings You May Not Know About...

    Energy Savings You May Not Know About... I was recently in the Costco looking at the energy saving light bulbs and started chatting with the young man in the aisle.  For those of you who know me, that’s no surprise.  I always talk to strangers, and I am so glad I spoke to this young man.  He explained that SCE & G has a Wise Energy Savings Store and you can buy the Energy Star light bulbs at a dis...

  • AgentOwned Realty recognized as 2016 Anchor Business

    AgentOwned Realty named one of Mt Pleasant, SC's,  "Anchor Businesses"  The Town of Mount Pleasant, SC, the Moultrie News, and the Mount Pleasant Business Association recently named AgentOwned Realty as one of the nine Anchors for 2016. Nominated by the citizens of Mount Pleasant, only nine businesses docked in the town for at least 20 years were chosen. Liz and Boyd Loadholt launched AgentOwned ...

  • The new term POCKET NEIGHBORHOOD

    Pocket neighborhoods A "pocket neighborhood" is a clustered groups of neighboring houses or apartments gathered around a shared open space — a garden courtyard, a pedestrian street, a series of joined backyards, or a reclaimed alley — all of which have a clear sense of territory and shared stewardship. They can be in urban, suburban or rural areas.  Pocket neighborhoods are settings where nearby ...

  • Testing Images - How to choose a builder for your new home

    How to Choose a Home Builder Don't find just the right home to buy ? Building might be an option and to choose the right builder is crucial. Here are some tips to help you choose a builder. Make a List of Possible Builders Once you have thought about the type of home you want, you can create a list of potential builders. Contact your local Home Builders Association to obtain a list of builders w...

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  • Hurricane Season

    Hurricane season officially runs from June 1 through November 30. Although hurricanes are generally unpredictable, conventional wisdom has dictated that peak season varies by geography. In the Eastern Caribbean and along the U.S. East Coast, the season tends to be busiest between mid-August and mid-September. In the Western Caribbean, it picks up in mid-September and stretches into early November....

  • Northbridge Park is Great for a Quick Stop or a Long Visit

    By far one of the most convenient and accessible ways to enjoy the Ashley River is the pier and floating dock at Northbridge Park. The 3 acre park was completed in May of 2014 with a 271 foot aluminum pier and dock and has become a popular local destination. The pier has several fixed benches and works well for fishing or just taking in the scenery. The dock has a canoe and kayak launch and is a p...

  • Fall is approaching, Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze Season in Charleston SC

    Fall is approaching the lowcountry Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze Season!  The great thing about the lowcountry is the balance of a "big city" feel but our deep roots in agriculture and ties to the land means there's still great attractions within miles of anywhere in the tri county area. Some of the most popular are Lagare Farms on John's island, one of the oldest working farms in the area, Historic...

  • You are close to Ending your Due Diligence

    Now remember that you have 10 business days until your Due Diligence period is Over.  You should strive to get all issues found out and then a week or so prior to the end of Due Diligence, you deliver the Repair Addendum with all the Issues That Were Found, describing what you would like the Sellers to do about them.  Today, we will talk about the CL100 Report/Findings. The CL100 is ordered/paid (...

  • Hurricane Season Preparedness- Are you ready??

    As a life long resident of Charleston, South Carolina, the word hurricane still excites some nervousness in my mind, even though I have seen my fair share. I can still remember the destruction of Hurricane Hugo and the devastation it caused my city almost 30 years ago. In more recent times, Hurricane Katrina still rings horrific tragedy in so many lives, and people say to themselves so often in th...

  • Farmer's Market Time

    Farmer's Market at which local farmers sell fruit and vegetables and often cheese, meat, and bakery products directly to consumers.  Moving into this area has so many healthy benefits. More and more people are going green. Farmer's Markets are the perfect family adventure for going green. We can see eclectic offerings from artists and craftsmen. We can buy local grass fed meat, veggies, fruits, s...

  • Under All is the Land - Conclusion

    My how marketing and real estate advertising has changed! And, as good as the community developer, the consultants, engineers and sales forces are in producing the community, nothing happens until people are made aware. It used to be that the buying public was accessed through print and TV. Not so much today. As in most areas of life, the communication lifeblood is the Internet. Today, it is estim...

  • Dancing to the moon and back - "The Shag" in South Carolina

    The Carolina Shag  - The South Carolina State dance "The Shag' is a partner dance done primarily to Beach Music. It is a dance recognized in national and international dance competitions held across the United States. A 1989 motion picture, “Shag,” starring Bridget Fonda, Phoebe Cates and Tyrone Power Jr. and filmed largely at Myrtle Beach and Georgetown, S.C., enshrined the dance as a phenomenon ...

  • Moving South- How to Handle the Humidity Next Year

    There is no doubt the Charleston area is an attractive city to Northerners and those wanting to move east. Charleston is not only beautiful, but there is also so much to do on a daily basis. The weather is typically warmer during the cold months (We average 62 degrees around Christmastime). When speaking with those moving to the area from other parts of the country, the one comment I hear the most...

  • Farmers Market - West Ashley

    It's finally here!!  The West Ashley Farmers Market will begin this afternoon at 3:30pm.  Or maybe not.  With the predictions of three to five inches of rain who knows if this inaugural event will get underway this afternoon.  Charleston's Mayor Tecklenburg is expected to make an appearance to support his efforts to revitalize the West Ashley area. No worries if this one is a rain out.  This farme...

  • Lake Marion

    About an hours drive from Charleston, you will find South Carolina's largest lake, Lake Marion.  It is nicknamed South Carolina's inland sea. This lake was created by the construction of the Santee Dam in order to supply hydroelectric power to rural areas in the 1940's. The lake is in five SC counties and has a shoreline of 315 miles! It is connected to Lake Moultrie by a 7 1/2 mile conversion can...

  • Preparing Your Home for Showing

    Most of us know the common ideas to prepare your home to show well prior to putting it on the market, no clutter, well lit, candles, fresh flowers....   Here are a few additional suggestions to help make your home appealing to potential buyers. 1)Throw extra pillows on your sofa 2)Fresh baked cookies, 3) scented candles and diffusers It is always a good suggestion to have a nice aroma upon enteri...

  • Folly Beach...The Edge of America!

                                                   FOLLY BEACH….THE EDGE OF AMERICA! Eleven miles south of downtown Charleston is an Island consisting of a six mile stretch of beach and 18.9 total square miles of land and water.   It’s history goes back to 1696 with colorful stories of bootleggers, pirates and shipwrecks. The Bohickets, a native American tribe lived here until interest in the Island...

  • Former Custom Builder

    I was a former builder in Charlotte as well as a Realtor. I'll be sending a link with a copy of my brochure.

  • How to choose a builder for your new home

    How to Choose a Home Builder Don't find just the right home to buy ? Building might be an option and to choose the right builder is crucial. Here are some tips to help you choose a builder. Make a List of Possible Builders Once you have thought about the type of home you want, you can create a list of potential builders. Contact your local Home Builders Association to obtain a list of build...

  • BASIL THAI DURING CHARLESTON'S RESTAURANT WEEK

    Charleston has world-renowned cuisine with famous chefs, so, no surprise one of the most highly anticipated events in the lowcountry is restaurant week.  It is executed by the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association (GCRA).  It started September 7th and will continue through September 18th. This past weekend, my three children rented a house on Isle of Palms to host a birthday party for me and m...

  • Why Rental makes a good balance for any retirement Portfollio, especially the Charleston / Summerville Rental Market

    First off, this a HOT HOT market we have in the Charleston Area.  The fact of the matter is that the demand for rentals is higher than I have ever seen it. I remember the first rental property I had. I was still in college and scraped together every dime I had,.   I purchased a Bank Owned Property, for $50K.   A cute little 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Condo. With Insurance,  Taxes, Regime and Mortgage, I ...

  • Charleston Restaurant Week

    One of Charleston's most popular events is Restaurant Week.  Charleston is the destination for world renowned food and master chefs. The participating restaurants have a set price between $20 and $40 for a 3 course meal.   Perhaps you'd like to try a top of the line steak house restaurant and know you can actually enjoy the meal and not feel sick after you see the check!  It's a great way to sampl...

  • Anchor Business for Town of Mt Pleasant SC

    AgentOwned Realty is being awarded as an An Anchor Business for the Town of Mt Pleasant Boats have them. Shopping centers have them. Now, Mount Pleasant has them. An Anchor Business is one that has been in business in the Town of Mt Pleasant for 20 years or more and voted on by the citizens of Mt Pleasant. AgentOwned Realty is a 2016 Anchor Business for the Town of Mt Pleasant -- there are onl...

  • Adding Pictures to Your AgentOwned Realty Blog Post

    YES!!! I have finally found a solution to our picture problem! The iced tea picture below was added from an outside url and I am using a test agent site! Now, I need to write the instructions for you! Happy Days! More to Come!

  • Changes in neighborhood: what was once behind the fence

    CHANGES in the neighborhood !  So, there is this very well established neighborhood called Harborgate Shores off Rifle Range Road. This neighborhood is marked with a simple sign. Turning here, one finds mostly ranch style brick homes, large yards, lots of trees and green space. A neighborhood probably long forgotten because full and established. Unless you live here, one would not turn to take a l...

  • Buy an Existing Home or Buy Land and Build?

    Some people prefer to buy land and build a home to fit their needs.  They may be a contractor, a builder or they know a friend who is involved with new construction.  Some people prefer to buy a home already built.  They can hang some blinds, move their belongings in and they're done!   There is more to buying land and building a home on it than most people realize.  There are building codes, soi...

  • 2016 Mac Off Here I Come!

    2016 Mac Off Here I Come! When I moved to Charleston 4 years ago I kept hearing about this thing called The Mac Off. Sounds intriguing right? 25 of the top restaurants, cafes, and caterers compete for the title and bragging rights of the best macaroni and cheese in Charleston. An estimated 8000 people were served in last year’s event @ The Grove at Patriots Point. This year and for the first time,...

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