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There are tons of home for sale in the area you are looking for! I am actually working with a family friend at this time looking for something around the same aspect. If you need any help feel free to give me a call at anytime! (803) 807-7898 Mike... more
If you have bad credit you should call a mortgage lender. Chances are you can not buy a home now. However they will set you in the right direction on fixing your credit so you can buy sooner rather than later. The first steps to fixing you credit is knowing what is on there so you can plan an attack to get it off. Good luck.... more
Talk to your realtor! Ask them to show you their marketing plan for your home! It may be that your home isn't being marketed strategically, or to the right demographic. Getting your realtor to become accountable for the marketing of your listing may up the exposure for you!... more
I think HDR is real important!!! Approximately 90% of prospective buyers are looking on the internet at pictures as their first impression of a home. As an agent I always do HDR photography as wells as drone fly-overs if appropriate for the home.... more
It is tough for a realtor to answer questions on the safety of a neighborhood. It's best to research crime reports and statistics for a particular area to get a feel for how safe a place might be. Greenville County Sheriff's Office offers crime maps of Greenville that are easily found by googling them. The important thing to remember is that any neighborhood can potentially be dangerous, so always exercise precaution when walking, especially at night!... more
Downtown Greenville is becoming more and more popular and following that popularity are higher prices! While it's safe to say that Greenville's growth will continue and prices will continue to rise, it's best to use your own judgement when purchasing a home in an area that you are unsure about! Trends suggest that prices will rise in general in that area, however if the neighborhood is older, less taken care of, etc. there may not be an increase. Touring the area with a licensed agent is the best way to find your best investment.... more