May 2015

Found 3 blog entries for May 2015.

Foundation Realty Market Report

Real Estate Matters

Hilton Head and Bluffton Real Estate Market Updates

April 2015

With sales increasing and inventory decreasing, we are heading in the right direction for sure. If you have been wondering if the time is right to list your property for sale or upsize/downsize into a new property, we are here to help.   

Below is a brief market report for the Lowcountry. Should you have any questions or would like a more detailed market report for a specific community, we are here to help. Please contact us and share your questions and thoughts.

New Listings: 550 new listings came on the market in April. This was an 11.6% decrease from April 2014.

Pending Sales: 289 sales went pending in April. This was a 12.1% increase from April

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The sale of your home is one of the biggest financial transactions of your life, and you want it to go smoothly. Why not partner up with a friendly neighborhood real estate agent to get the job done? Here are some important reasons to have a professional working for you:

  1. The price is right. We will help you set the optimal price for your property. This is accomplished by preparing a comparative market analysis to determine the value of your home.
  2. We’ll handle the paperwork. Real estate forms sometimes come with a lot of jargon – a good agent is able to explain what each part of the form does for you. It’s all about transparency!
  3. Advertising that works. We know how to promote your listing. With quality marketing, an agent reaches a wider
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The Windmill Harbour entrance has been a burden to many residents over the years but it looks like they may see some relief.  A S.C. Department of Transportation official said Thursday that a $900,000 project is in place to fix the turn lanes near Windmill Harbour. The DOT project will alter lanes outside of Windmill Harbour, where drivers entering and leaving U.S. 278 often make quick and dangerous turns into the community. This project should dramatically improve the safety at this dangerous intersection.

Construction crews plan to lengthen the acceleration lane for right turns out of the community and will push the left-turn lane into Windmill Harbour closer to the median. Work should start this month or early next month.  Crews plan to work at

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