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Elloree, SC Home For Sale: Just Listed! Beautiful Home on the Water!
Opportunities like this do not happen often so take advantage while you can! THIS IS LAKE LIVING AT IT'S BEST! Gorgeous 4 bedroom home located less than 1/4 mile from Lake Marion, Poplar Creek Marina, and Santee State Park but features gorgeous views from 3 corners of the home of the private neighborhood lake! Enjoy beautiful views of the water from your wrap around porch where you have nothing but breathtaking scenery from every angle! This home boasts 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, over 2,000 sq. ft., wood floors, water views, and sits on a large .89 acre lot! The first floor offers an open floor plan with beautiful acacia wood flooring, high ceilings, and large windows giving you a scenic view of the water! The kitchen offers tons of cabinet space, large pantry area, and Corian counter to
The adjacent laundry area is spacious and offers additional shelving for extra pantry space.
The downstairs master bedroom is spacious and offers a huge walk-in closet and upgraded master bath with a tiled walk in shower. The second bedroom is large and provides a very comfortable area for overnight guest or additional family members. The first floor also offers the option for a third bedroom, office area, or suitable as a children's nursery area.
Upstairs you will finding a loft area overlooking the main living area. This space offers a cozy environment for reading or watching TV. The bedroom upstairs is large and offers an attached sitting room area. The second floor also offers a full bath.
This home also offers a small fenced in area for family pets, a detached 1 car garage that features a work shop and a 1/2 bath, and a large 16'x40' RV garage with a tall roll up door.
Enjoy fishing or kayaking from your own private dock on the large neighborhood lake or take advantage of the big lake that is only minutes away.
Centrally located between Charleston and Columbia and located only 40 minutes to Summerville! Take advantage of this opportunity before it passes you by! Schedule your exclusive showing today!
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Experts Startled by Early U.S. New House Sales Increase
Summerville house sales do usually respond in the seasonal pattern that is familiar in most other areas. Spring and summer lead the way for weather-related, financial, school scheduling and other family-related reasons. From now into well past July (and sometimes even August), house sales activity can be counted on to peak. Those are the normal expectations.
But when any segment of U.S. house sales numbers quadruple expectations even before spring bulbs see daylight, that’s worthy of special attention. That was the case last Thursday when the Commerce Department reported that in February, purchases of newly built homes rose by more than 6%. Since The Wall Street Journal’s panel of experts had forecast 1.4%, it drew headlines.
In fact, this was the second month in a row for sharp rises in U.S. new home sales—and what could be a bright sign for Summerville’s own prospects as the spring selling season begins. Press reports were, to put it mildly, enthusiastic:
MartketWatch: “New-home sales roar to a 7-month high”
Reuters: “…strength in housing should underpin economic growth”
ABC News: “Americans…snapping up new homes at the fastest pace since July”
Bloomberg: “U.S. New-Home Sales Climbed to a Seven-Month High”
CNBC: “[Sales] were the highest since July of last year—and that was the best number since January of 2008”
Bloomberg’s Michelle Jamrisko deduced from the house sales rise that the impact from the recent rise in borrowing costs was, at most, “modest.” That sentiment was echoed by the Realtor, which quoted the National Association of Housing’s chief economist. “The uptick in mortgage interest rates,” he said, “is having a minimal effect.”
We’ll have to wait and see whether that is true vis-à-vis the impact of mortgage interest rates on Summerville’s own house sales. They might be either “modest” or “minimal”—or the prospect of continuing hikes might induce more Summerville prospects to get busy sooner rather than later. If “sooner” describes your own inclination, I hope you’ll decide to put thought into action by giving me a call!
Summerville Housing Market Gels with Empty Nester Plans
Time Magazine ended last week with a commentary that could foreshadow how this year’s Summerville housing market might differ from years past. Author Bill Saporito identified a mismatch in the housing market that could bode well for empty nesters. Whether or not the implications will be a perfect fit for our Summerville housing outlook, the “Big Picture” assessment does seem to gel with a lot of what we’re hearing and reading.
Time’s housing market “mismatch” begins with the national assessment that the U.S. is experiencing an annual shortage of as many as 700,000 new homes. Even though the latest economic outlook is refreshingly encouraging, new home builders are only now beginning to build the capacity to expand operations. As a result, “they haven’t banked as much land” or filed enough permits to keep pace. It’s also possible that the new administration’s crackdown on illegal immigrants may materially tighten labor availability.
The upshot is to create a scenario where demand for existing homes rises, putting current homeowners in “prime position” when they decide to list. Bolstering that proposition are some national statistics which peg the supply of existing homes at a scant 3.6 months—and it’s been more than a decade since the supply was that low.
What that probably means for our local Summerville housing prospects is what you expect when demand outpaces supply. When those greater conditions combine with the more immediate local factors, the overall takeaway should be good news for empty nesters (and downsizers in general). In addition to the extra energy that arrives with real estate’s traditional spring selling season, this year, in addition to the shortage of supply, the specter of rising Summerville mortgage costs acts as an extra prod. Time quotes the chief economist of one global group on that score: “…buyers are beginning to realize you might as well get in now.”
The good news for baby boomers, empty nesters, and downsizers of all stripes is that the new housing starts are now disproportionately being designed with them in mind: high service, luxury condos leading the pack. What that means is even fewer new single-family homes are in the pipeline—further raising demand for their existing properties, if and when they decide to list.
If you have been considering any of the opportunities unfolding in today’s Summerville housing market, I’ll be delighted to discuss ways I can help you take advantage of them. Call me for a consultation—of course it will be obligation-free.
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New Home For Sale In Summerville, SC! Large .82 Acre Lot! 3 Bedroom/2 Baths!
249 Picard Drive, Ladson, SC
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3 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 1456 SQUARE FEET
Location! Location! Location! Gorgeous manufactured home sitting on a LARGE .82 ACRE LOT! This wonderful home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, wood burning fireplace, and more! The living room is very spacious and is open to the kitchen and dining room areas. The kitchen offer plenty of cabinet space and a LARGE PANTRY for extra storage. The master is large and offers a deluxe master bath with huge walk in closets. The two additional bedrooms on the opposite side of the home are spacious and offers nice closet space. Enjoy afternoons on the large front deck in this very secluded lot. Conveniently located in the Old Fort area of Ladson, you are just minutes away from Ladson Rd, shopping, and restaurants! The tranquility of the country right in the city! Schedule your appointment TODAY!
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Lowcountry Elite Group Annual Client Holiday Apprecation Party-December/2016
We would like to thank all of our clients for coming out to our annual Client Holiday Appreciation Party. We enjoyed seeing everyone and we are sincerely thankful for clients past and present. Low Country Elite Group was very blessed in 2016 with almost 100 homes sold totaling over $16M in sales. Thank you again to ALL of our clients for contributing to our success by referring their loved ones and friends! We are truly blessed to have been able to serve you and we are looking forward to a great 2017! Happy Holidays from the Low Country Elite Group! If you have questions about the current Real Estate Market please feel free to visit us online at www.LakeLifeSCStyle.com or call 843-499-1928 Continue reading ...
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Classic and adorable ranch home located on the outskirts of Santee, just minutes from Lake Marion! This home features 2.41 acres, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, detached 2 car garage, and more! Built in 1920, this home still features the original hard wood floors! The home would be the perfect starter home, it just needs a little TLC but has so much potential!! Some of the recent improvements over the last few years includes the following: new fencing(2005), replaced the roof on the home and garage(2004), furnace(2007),stove top(2010), drain field(2009), deep well pump(1997), and garage doors(2005). Entering into the home you are greeted by a formal living area with a wood burning fireplace. Off to the right features a very nice screened in porch. The separate formal dining area is perfect for
having guest and friends over for dinner. The kitchen supplies a lot of cabinet space and features a breakfast nook. On the back of the home you will find a large laundry room area. Near the middle of the home is a spacious living room that is perfect for those evenings to unwind. On the first floor is the master which has multiple closets and the spare bedroom is very spacious. The third bedroom is upstairs and features built in desks that are absolutely adorable!!
The detached garage, located on the back side of the home, features parking for 2 cars and includes a back room for extra storage. Have horses? You are going to love the fenced in pasture on the back of the property. Located near the end of the property is an old barn that offers room for extra storage and shelter for horses. If you have been looking for a classic styled ranch home which features acreage, room for horses, character, and potential, look no further!!!
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Dorchester, SC Home For Sale: NEW LISTING! This is One You Will Not Want To Miss!
1659 Sandridge Road, Dorchester, SC
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4 BEDROOMS | 3 (3 full ) BATHROOMS | 3588 SQUARE FEET
One of the most picturesque homes in Dorchester! This property boasts 12 acres with huge gorgeous live oaks, massive muscadine arbor, pecan trees, stunning dogwoods, pomegranate, fig, and loquat trees. The home is beautiful with it's brand new oak style vinyl siding, new architectural red roof, and custom built wrought iron fencing with 4 gates and a large arched double driveway gate that opens to a beautiful winding cement drive up to your brand new home. This home features new high end granite counter-tops in the kitchen and all 3 bathrooms. The kitchen is spacious and offers plenty of cabinet space and a side door entry to the master bedroom porch. The foyer and living room areas are large with original hard wood floors that were just recently refinished.
The living room area also has a gas burning fireplace insert. The master bedroom is large and features walk in closets, remodeled master bath with high end upgrades, and it's own private porch. The three additional bedrooms are spacious in size and is perfect for a growing family.
The back sun room is large and is perfect for a game room, man cave, or hosting large family events. Enjoy a quiet evening on the
extra large front porch with gorgeous views of large oaks and the serenity this property provides. During the summer months relax in the above ground pool which is only a year old. One of the best features of this home is the brand new and attached 3 car garage, with massive amounts of extra storage, a finished 1200 sq ft second floor space, and plenty of opportunities for extra finished space. The home also has another single garage on the opposite end of the home. Property also features a very large barn style shed with tons of shelving, cement pad, and electricity along with a refinished 1930's era Johnson Trucking semi trailer with electricity and lights that offers additional storage space or provides a unique gathering place for those with creative taste.
Conveniently located and only 20 mins away from Summerville, close proximity to the new Volvo plant, and easy access to I-26 and I-95. If you want peace and quiet with a splash of country serenity then you will not want to miss out on this one of a kind opportunity.
Is Our Market Headed For A Shortage?
According to the Trident Association of Realtors, if no one in the Charleston area put their home on the market for the next three to five months, there would be no more homes left to buy.
Many people are already struggling to find a house to purchase.
"You feel like you have to make a really quick decision or you're going to lose that property," said Karey Brem.
Karey Brem is trying to find her parents a home to buy in Mount Pleasant. I caught up with her scouting out one of her favorite neighborhoods, Belle Hall.
"The market is a lot tougher now, there's not that many options and you have to be prepared to pay full price," said Brem.
Brem has been looking for the right home for several months. She hasn't put an offer down yet, in part because she hasn't acted fast enough.
"Any property that is desirable, they're usually a lot of competition," said Nathan Buttrick, Charleston real estate agent.
Brem's broker Nathan Buttrick said buyers are learning that they've either got to raise their offers or lower their expectations.
"The homes aren't necessarily staged to sell, it's kind of take it or leave it - this is what it looks like," said Brem.
She said there's been several homes they were interested in, but she was turned off by their condition. Some homes she's seen have needed major renovations, but are still going at asking price.
President of the Trident Association of Realtors, Michael Sally, says their 2015 housing report found 8,591 homes were sold in Charleston County last year. Of those, 96 percent of sellers got what they asked for, or more.
"You'll put a home on the market and within days you'll have multiple offers, above asking price," said Michael Sally.
Some of that growth is thanks to companies like Boeing, Mercedes, Google and Volvo making a home here. Charleston has also earned a reputation as a top travel destination and top small city in the U.S., for the last five years.
"We have real growth in Charleston and that's what supporting the home values here," said Buttrick.
Our population is growing fast and according to the Charleston Housing Authority, we will reach one million residents by 2027.
"With so many people coming to the area, people are willing to pay more than asking price," said Sally.
Sally said hot spots to buy a home right now are Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, James and Johns Islands.
The city of Charleston considers "affordable" living to be a monthly mortgage payment that's less than 30 percent of your monthly income.
The median income for a family in Charleston is $66,000 a year. So, if you do the math, the typical family in Charleston can only afford homes under $159,000.
Sally says that in 2015, the median sale price for a home in the Charleston area shot up 6.5 percent from 2014 to $229,000.
"We're talking about people, who work in every day jobs, that cant afford homes," said Sally.
Arthur Lawrence is a life long resident of Charleston and owns a home on Fishbourne Street in Downtown Charleston. He's been shocked to see how much homes in his neighborhood are selling for and worries that it's edging out a diversity of neighbors.
"It's out of reach of the ordinary working person and the people that really take care of the city," said Arthur Lawrence. "A house just sold a couple of houses from where I live for $436,000. So, who can afford that whose lived here for years? They can't!"
Housing affordability has become such a concern that there's been several public forums recently where local and national housing experts have addressed what's happening in Charleston.
Just this week, Charleston's new mayor John Tecklenburg talked about the sky rocketing home prices and limited availability to a packed house of residents and city leaders.
"It's a challenge that's almost at a crisis point," said John Tecklenburg, Mayor of Charleston.
"In some niche markets in Charleston, we've had over a 30 percent increase in sales, in the last two years, and that sustainability cannot continue to happen," said Sally.
So what will happen?
"There's no way of knowing if we're experiencing a bubble right now," said Buttrick.
One thing is for sure.
"We're currently, starting to head towards a housing shortage," said Sally.
Sally believes the only solution is to build more developments to even out supply and demand.
Right now, the City of Charleston and Town of Mount Pleasant have temporary building bans in place, but only for new apartment complexes. That is another form of housing that's in high demand in Charleston.
This housing shortage is causing a ripple effect on rentals in Charleston. Young families and professionals who can't afford these competitive home prices are forced to rent for longer. It's causing the same supply and demand issue to occur in short term rental housing.
"Some of the municipalities need to lift their moratoriums on building," said Sally.
Not all professionals in the real estate industry believe that's the fix.
"I don't necessarily agree with that because the reality is the infrastructures just not there to support all of that development," said Buttrick.
New and more affordable homes and rentals continue to be built further inland, in Dorchester and Berkeley counties, to accommodate the needs of people who are finding that Charleston County is too expensive for buying or renting.
people are coming to Charleston, people are going to be moving here we can't shut the gate behind us," said Sally.
If you're in the market for a new home, here are some tips for potential buyers:
-Get personal with your offer. With many homes getting multiple offers within the first day on the market, you've got to set yourself apart. Some buyers have been attaching hand written notes to their offers, explaining who they are and why they want the home. Sometimes it can be emotional for sellers to let go of a home and the personal touch helps.
-Talk to neighbors in the area you're interested in. They might be able to tip you off to a house not yet on the market so that you can check it out ahead of time, directly through the homeowner.
-Be prepared to put in an offer in the day a house goes on the market. Get your finances in order.
Are you or someone you know thinking about selling their home or land? Please feel free to give me a call/text today at 843-499-1928 to discuss your real estate options or contact us online at www.LakeLifeSCStyle.com. With such short inventory in place, there is a solid chance you could earn top dollar for your home.
P.S. See what one of our satisfied clients had to say! Watch the video here! https://youtu.be/5cfAInE3yaA
**Story courtesy of Meaghan Wallace**
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Ten-Mile Rail Line Proposed in Anticipation of Volvo’s Arrival to Berkeley County
Ten-Mile Rail Line Proposed in Anticipation of Volvo’s Arrival to Berkeley County
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–Plans are in the works for a new ten-mile rail line that will connect to the future Volvo site, which sits within Camp Hall Commerce Park in Berkeley County.
On Tuesday, Palmetto Railways, a division of the S.C. Department of Commerce, held a public meeting at the Cross Community Center to introduce the proposed rail line.
The new rail line will connect Camp Hall Commerce Park to existing railroad right-of-way, near the Santee Cooper Cross Generating Station in Berkeley County.
“The project is needed to provide rail access for the development of future industries at the Camp Hall Commerce Park in Berkeley County, South Carolina,” reads the Palmetto Railways website. “The project will support future economic development opportunities for the region and state, and will provide alternate means of freight transportation for tenants of Camp Hall Commerce Park.”
While project officials say that rail growth is needed to support the state’s needs infrastructure needs and will help alleviate highway congestion involving large commercial trucks, some homeowners worry about the “noise” that will come with the proposed rail line.
“I’ve lived in this area, practically all my life,” Thomas Weldon told WCBD-TV. “We love the quietness and the country part of it. I don’t like the jumbled up area.”
Some homeowners are naturally concerned how the proposed rail line will impact their property. However, at this time a preferred route has not been identified.
The project is expected to take three years to complete.
Volvo has chosen Camp Hall, a Mead Westvaco development about 30 miles west of Charleston to make latest generation Volvo models for sale in the United States and for export. Plant construction will begin in early Fall 2015, with the first vehicles expected to roll off the assembly line in 2018.
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Just Listed On Lake Marion! Adorable Lakefront Cottage in Manning, SC!
1200 Lemon Ave, Manning, SC
$ Click for current price
3 BEDROOMS | 1 (1 full ) BATHROOMS | 1000 SQUARE FEET
Absolutely adorable lakefront cottage on Lake Marion! This home comes fully furnished and features a deeded lot, private dock, 3 bedrooms, and 1 full bath. This is perfect for the weekend getaway or simply just to call home. You will love the large living room area with the classic beamed ceiling and wood burning fireplace. The kitchen is spacious and features a comfy breakfast nook area. The bedrooms are cozy to retire to in the evening. Enjoy the beautiful water views as you sit and relax on the large screened in porch but don't forget about the benefits of your own private dock! Grab your fishing gear and go! If you have been searching for the perfect lake cottage look no further than 1200 Lemon Ave in Manning, SC!
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3 BEDROOMS | 1467 SQUARE FEET
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