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Home Buying in Mount Pleasant : Real Estate Advice

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Thu May 4, 2017
Andrea Woodfield asked:
Your listing it incorrectly is affecting my ability to sell it at fair market value. Please remove it. This is urgent and unfair.
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Sun Apr 2, 2017
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Tue Jan 3, 2017
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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Vito Boscaino answered:
Here are all the homes currently listed for sale in Seaside Farms. The average price per square foot for homes currently listed for sale in Seaside Farms is $244:

http://www.homesandcondoscharleston.com/search/results/?county=all&city=Mount+Pleasant&subdivision=Seaside+Farms&type=res&type=con&list_price_min=50000&list_price_max=all&beds_min=all&baths_min=all&year_built_min=all&area_min=all&short_sale=all&lot_description=all&interior_features=all&exterior_features=all

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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Vito Boscaino answered:
Sold comparables show an average value of $231 per square foot for the last 12 months in Seaside Farms. Currently the properties actively listed for sale reflect an average price per square foot of $244.

This link will take you to all the homes currently listed for sale in Seaside Farms in Mount Pleasant, SC:

http://www.homesandcondoscharleston.com/search/results/?county=all&city=Mount+Pleasant&subdivision=Seaside+Farms&type=res&type=con&list_price_min=50000&list_price_max=all&beds_min=all&baths_min=all&year_built_min=all&area_min=all&short_sale=all&lot_description=all&interior_features=all&exterior_features=all

If you have any questions regarding these properties or would like to schedule a showing please contact me directly:

Vito Boscaino
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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Vito Boscaino answered:
Rental rates can vary significantly in Mount Pleasant depending on the specific location, proximity to beach access, schools etc. Generally speaking rental rates will start on the low end at +/-$1.50 per square foot and can run as high as $3.00+ per square foot based on location and amenities. Generally speaking for a new build in the Old Village I would assume a rough starting point would be something like $2.50 per square foot and could go higher.

You can view all the homes for sale in the Old Village area here:

http://www.homesandcondoscharleston.com/search/results/?county=all&city=Mount+Pleasant&subdivision=Old+Mt+Pleasant&subdivision=Old+Village&type=res&type=con&list_price_min=50000&list_price_max=all&beds_min=all&baths_min=all&year_built_min=all&area_min=all&short_sale=all&lot_description=all&interior_features=all&exterior_features=all

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Tue Oct 4, 2016
Vito Boscaino answered:
The Condo Association is responsible for the property coverages for the exterior of the structures including wind/hail coverage or riders. But it never hurts to ask your Condo Association to provide you with copies of their policy and associated provisions. As the owner of a unit you should have coverage for your contents and the interior of the unit.

If you need some referrals to good agents in your area I can provide those to you.

If you need any help buying or selling a home or know someone that does, check out our site:

http://www.homesandcondoscharleston.com/

Vito Boscaino
Mobile 614.571.9054
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Tue Aug 16, 2016
Jfrutch11 asked:
Why is it ser up with almost every Hoa that you can't park a company issued vehicle in your own driveway over night. I don't understand? It's not going to lower property values.…
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Sun May 1, 2016
T_19cecil answered:
Charlestoncounty.org tells you the cost of the lot. If they developed it, then its harder to tell because you have to factor in streets, sewer etc....
$130-150 a foot is a well appointed house. Anything beyond that is higher finishes, custom work or a builder that is bidding too high. ... more
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Wed Jan 6, 2016
Alysse Musgrave answered:
It's highly, highly unusual for a real estate agent to do this, especially when the home is occupied. But I don't blame you for being upset...I would be livid!

Your agent should have a record of who scheduled the appointment. Start by calling that agent's broker (boss) and consider filing a complaint with the real estate commission in your state. Then, insist that your agent use an electronic keybox, not a combo. If she refuses to do so, cancel the listing.

Don't Let Them Make a Monkey Out of You! Follow the links below.


Alysse Musgrave
Consumer Advocate
Exclusive Buyer Agent

Best selling author of Buying a Home: Don't Let Them Make a Monkey Out of You! US, Texas, and Spanish versions available.
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Mon Jun 8, 2015
Topher Kauffmann answered:
The first step would be the LAND,. which the best way is contacting someone like Myself.

The builders come second,. there are some out there that will help you figure out what works best in your situation., If the one acre is important then stay away from the new home construction sites.,
They are basically out to build one on top of each other,,.

Let me know if I could be some assistance., there are plenty of builder to introduce you to.
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Sat May 30, 2015
Hsprlp2 answered:
Why do I have to have Wind and Hail Insurance in Calabash NC. Cost is out of this world.
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Wed May 13, 2015
James Schiller answered:
Hi Angela,

I'm James, real estate broker from Charleston SC. So, have you moved yet? My answer might be a few months late but if you haven't moved, it could be of some help to you.

The best way to do research on a place you are aiming to relocate to without going there would be to look it up from the internet. This way, you will not only be given plenty of information you also avoid spending money and time on a trip that might not even go so fruitful on one try. You probably know this already, so the best way to make your internet search more easier and focused is to go to a site that will list up schools in every area. I have a widget for the National Center for Education in my Webster that might help you locate schools that might be interesting to you. http://greathomesofcharleston.com/tri-county-public-private-schools

As for the neighborhoods, checking out real estate websites catering to that area is like a shortcut. You need not buy immediately, but it gives you a clear picture and an overview of the neighborhoods and the properties that are available there. From there, you can make more centered searches for the places that got your attention.

Mount Pleasant is a beautiful place that is conveniently near beaches and other islands, but still within the range of the Charleston area. You can go no wrong with this choice. Hopefully you find what you need. Goodluck!
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Sat Apr 25, 2015
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Tue Feb 10, 2015
Rex Strecker answered:
Good Afternoon,

We have terrific rates and allow for only 10% down with Jumbos and 5% down up to 525,000 purchases.

Please call Me

843-860-0809 cell
843-971-5689 office

Rex Ann Strecker
Prosperity Home Mortgage
NMLS number246758
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Wed Nov 19, 2014
Brennan Gilmore answered:
Carolina park in Mt. Pleasant has a safe flood elevation, numerous other neighborhoods to as well, I would love to show you around the area. Please contact me!!
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