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Wed Apr 22, 2015
Erica Veit answered:
DanielMarriott,
How much down payment do you have? Have you been able to meet with a local lender yet? Are you a first time home buyer? I can help get the answers you need. Hope all is going well!

Best,
Erica
Mopper Kelly REALTORS
erica@mopperkelly.com
843-290-9119
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Wed Mar 4, 2015
Robert Sedgwick answered:
Hilton Head Lakes is close to Thomas Heyward Academy, one of the most outstanding, affordable private schools in the region. Also, there are outstanding Montessori Schools nearby again with a brand new Catholic High School, St. John Paul II, and St. Gregory the Great Catholic School. The Public School System is part of the Jasper County School System and currently has a very poor rating. There is a new Charter School being built very close to this community and this is a Public School K-10 and adding a school year class each year going forward. Additionally, there are some highly rated private schools in the Hilton Head, Savannah, and Beaufort areas all within 30-45 minutes of the community and some have bus service pick up and drop off close by. Home Schooling and online Academy options are excellent options for families who want to live in Hilton Head Lakes and enjoy the low density and wonderful amenities at affordable prices not seen in other similar gated communities. ... more
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Mon Oct 20, 2014
Anthony Schibilia answered:
If you can be patient to build your credit, the higher the score, the better the rate which will save you an enormous amount of money over the life of the loan.
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Sun Jun 1, 2014
Robert Sedgwick answered:
The Property Taxes for a Primary Residence in Hilton Head Lakes is approximately 1.06% of the Market Value, or for a $300,000 home it would be approximately $3,180. If the home is a 2nd home or an investment property, the Property taxes are approximately 2.7% of the Market value, or approximately $7,100 in this example.

If you are 65 or older, and this is your primary residence, then you can apply for a $50,000 Homestead Exemption, which would reduce the taxable Market Value in this example to $250,000, and 1.06% would be approximately $2,650.
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