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Market Conditions in Charleston : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 9, 2013
Sam Havens answered:
Hi tara. Happy to help. Let me know what information i can share with you about 108 Hickory.
Sam Havens 8438302733
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Fri Mar 29, 2013
Kimberly Greco (Layman) answered:
Hello,

I am unable to find the home for 709 Riverland listing. May I ask where you found this? Thanks
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Mikki Ramey answered:
The value of a home is determined by the current market. The current market can change in 12 months. Appraisers typically use sales in the last 6 months. Trulia is not always accurate in their values. I suggest getting a realtor to send you recent sold homes in your neighborhood to get an idea of the current value. ... more
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
David Benton answered:
Just saw your post on this. This home is already sold, just closed 2 days ago. There are other similar home available if interested.

Best

Dave RE Advisor
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
Phil Rotondo answered:
Yes. The Realtor for my out-of-state investment property provides me with neighborhood activity along with reports from various websites on property views, showings scheduled and showing feedback reports, and recommendations from the Realtor's co-workers as to what would help sell my home. ... more
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Fri Aug 21, 2009
Teresa Cooper answered:
Dear Homeowner - I agree, it's a pretty complicated situation, and right now, there is still a lot of "volatility" - meaning prices and inventory change rapidly. To give you a one or two reason answer would be oversimplifying the situation. There are many factors at play in this "micro-market", including the economy with rising foreclosures that puts more houses on the market with a "fire sale" mentality, tighter credit which is keeping many buyers out of the market, speculators/investors pulling homes off the market and renting rather than trying to sell, the variety and uniqueness of the different Charleston neighborhoods, to name a few. I think in Sea Island and coastal communities, the neighborhoods are more homogenous, and so the effect of one factor - such as decrease in the number of listings - shows a more direct correlation to the average list/selling price of homes.

In short, no simple answer! and don't let anyone tell you there is!

Very best of success to you, Homeowner!
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Wed Jan 5, 2011
Bill Eckler answered:
Anna,

You can find this information on trulia:

find a home

enter the location

click on "homes recently sold"

Good luck
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Tue Dec 1, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
It's obvious real estate professionals are resorting to other means of "putting food on the table" regardless of the location.

As far as exactly what they are doing during the day, you appear to have all the information, what's your guess? ... more
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Wed Jun 17, 2009
Jackie Stewart answered:
If they are renting then they will stop paying someone else mortgage for them and start building equity in their own home. Even though prices are going down people usually buy homes for the long term so by the time they are ready to sell, equity will be there. ... more
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Fri Nov 13, 2009
Voices Member answered:
Cesar, The country is in a recession, the banks are in trouble, the world economy is in recession, foreclosures are flooding the RE market, prices are declining, unemployment is rising rising.

That's the story, sorry you did not receive the memo..... : )

There might be something on the news about it, Dunes
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Tue Sep 30, 2008
Seth Siegler answered:
As far as I know, there is no law like that in South Carolina. Certain provisions exist for members of the military but I don't think that will apply for the general public.

That being said, you can check your particular lease for loopholes. You may be able to get our for some other reason that your lease may allow for.

Also, check you lease to see if sublets are allowed. Worst case scenario, you can just find someone to take over your lease.

Good luck!
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Mon Aug 25, 2008
Dave Creaturo answered:
Hi Carey

Here is a quick link to our local employment guide. Hope it helps
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Tue Sep 14, 2010
Laura Sargent answered:
I don't want to get too wordy in this email - but a quick run down with some numbers...
82 current listings between 325k - 1.5m, 10 homes currently under contract between 329k -1.8m, and 18 homes have recently SOLD! I'd love to add you to the SOLD category! I'm right next door to Rivertowne and I'm ready to help you. If you'd like to see all the comparables for square feet and days on market - please email me so I can send you the MLS information.
Contact me:
Laura Sargent
Carolina One Real Estate
lsargent@carolinaone.com
509-2375
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Sun Jan 16, 2011
M answered:
Dear Maxwell,
SC and specially Charleston has faired better than a lot of the country and compared to FL, SC is carrying her own weight. We have a client looking right now and they are hoping to spend under 400K and they have many choices. The big key to Charleston and most of all coastal property is access to water. The closer to the ocean or inter/intra coastal, the more expensive.
The Schaffer Realty Group
marian@marianschaffer.com
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Mon Apr 30, 2012
Dave Creaturo answered:
Hi Bob,

I would Love to send you my Market analysis on Seabrook Island. It should provide you with a complete picture of the Island. Please visit my website www.CharlestonSouthernHomes.com and register and I’ll either Email or UPS it to you Monday Morning. I think Seabrook is a wonderful place to have a second home. Have you looked on the other side of Charleston at Wild Dunes? It might be a good option for you as well (lots of amenities). I'll be happy to send you some good information on that area as well.

Have a Great day,
Dave Creaturo



Dave Creaturo
Creaturo & Associates
Century 21 Beachside
1113 Market Center Blvd
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
843-709-6687

Dave@CharlestonSouthernHomes.com
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Fri May 30, 2008
Dan Mengedoht answered:
Weakley,
In looking at all the new construction (finished in 2007) properties on James Island that sold in the past year, the average price per square foot is $184.

Best Regards,
Dan Mengedoht, Realtor
843.478.9366
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