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Mon Sep 26, 2016
Dustin Speights asked:
1128 Reverend Joseph Heyward Rd, Charleston SC . This home was purchased last September and my client just called me stating people are coming in his yard due to incorrect information on…
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Tue Aug 9, 2016
A.ayhan1 asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/3214054778-2601-Ridgewood-Ave-Charleston-SC-29414
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Thu Jul 21, 2016
Rhonda asked:
My address is 2637 Marsh Creek Drive, Charleston, SC. It won't let me update my listing.
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Thu Mar 26, 2015
Pam Cox answered:
The sales price depends on the condition of your home and the market. Homes in Pierpont between 1400-1800 sq ft have sold between $130,000 - $180,000 over the last year. I would be happy to meet with you and see what kinds of upgrades you have done if any and give you a better analysis of pricing. If the home is not updated it could bring a lower price.

The rental price also depends on the condition of your home and the market. I find 3 homes that have rented in Longbranch between $1095 and $1250 over the last year. I would be happy to take a look at this one too and discuss your options. If he home has been updated it will bring a higher price. If it looks aged and worn it will bring a lower price.

Whether its rentals or sales I can help Contact me for more details. I will be happy to send you a CMA once I know more information.

Thanks,
Pam Cox, AgentOwned Realty
843-670-4125, pamcoxrealtor@gmail.com
www.pamcoxrealtor.com
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Mon Mar 16, 2015
Topher Kauffmann answered:
I would suggest a Navy Blue,..
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Fri Feb 27, 2015
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
If you will go into the rental listing and scroll down to the MORE drop down menu that is just below the photo in blue. Click on FLAG you will get a dialogue box called listing error. Click on the down arrow called ERROR TYPE and choose suspected fraud. In the dialogue box, tell Trulia why you suspect this is a scam. The listing will be pulled down and if it is confirmed to be fraud it will NOT be put back up. And thank you in advance for making the world a better safer place. ... more
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Thu Jan 29, 2015
Mike Martin answered:
Please avoid profile/agent by name of Josua (512) 887-8419. He has multiple listings out there for 1/2 the legit price. Please report if you see him, total fraud.
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Tue Sep 24, 2013
Ed Marill answered:
Hi Jon,
One of the things a good realtor can do is to show you the FEMA flood zone maps and review with you what neighborhoods lie in what particular flood zones. There are recent changes in flood zoning, so regardless of where you decide please make sure to either have a clear understanding of what the flood insurance would cost by speaking with a reputable insurer ahead of time, or by including a due diligence period so that after the contract is ratified, you have a few extra days to research and make sure those insurance rates are acceptable to you.
Ed Marill
Keller Williams Realty
843-822-3555
ed@marillteam.com
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Rebecca Kroseberg answered:
Hey Michael,

several years have passed since you asked this question. Are you still looking into building/buying a home? The market has changed tremendously since 2009!

Talk soon,


Rebecca Kroseberg
Carolina One
843.901.8659
rebecca@CharlestonLifestyleGuide.com
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Mon May 27, 2013
Eric & Kelly Bickel answered:
The Last 3 houses I have put up for rent have rented in less than a week. I just put up my own house for rent last night and have 5 inquires today! Depending on the area in Charleston there is a lack of inventory. I think the trend will always be up because of the supply and demand of the area. If interested in James Island please check out MLS listing #1313659 ... more
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Sat May 18, 2013
John Byram answered:
MOST CAPABLE MORTGAGE BROKERS ARE WELL VERSED IN HOW AND WHAT YOU NEED TO ATTEND TO BE ABLE TO MAKE YOU A LOAN ESPECIALLY SINCE THAT'S HOW THEY MAKE THEIR MONEY. THE MOST IMPORTTANT PART IS PICKING THE RIGHT ONE . CALL ME AND I'LL DIRECT YOU IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. JOHN BYRAM FRED HOLLAND REALTY 706-296-5111 ... more
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Fri May 17, 2013
Roland Vinyard answered:
"Used" houses are cheaper, not new ones. With inflation, builder's expenses are greater and they may be unwilling to take a further hit on the bottom line.
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Wed Nov 2, 2011
Roy DeHaven answered:
The only current land fill in Charleston County does not have those issues. SC DHEC monitors the health concerns. Dust is a problem during the hot summers but the dust seems to fall within 1 mile. ... more
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