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A Blog about the Charleston South Carolina Real Estate market and all things about the Charleston SC area. This site will cover Luxury Properties, Beach Homes, Homes for sale, Charleston Events, Communities, Relocating to Charleston along with info for buying & selling Charleston Properties. This site is the best source for Charleston Real Estate info. The Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms, Summerville Homes currently on the market represent a sampling of the fabulous homes available throughout the Lowcountry. When you live in this area of South Carolina, you will find that you are centrally located to a plethora of attractions and amenities.

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 The Lowcountry, From Table Rock in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the wide sandy beaches of our breathtaking coastline, the Palmetto State is made for living.  From the  waters of Lake Jocassee to the cobblestone streets of historic Charleston. From delicacies like she-crab soup to more South Carolina events and festivals than there are days of the year to 368 emerald green golf courses and 47 unique and beautiful South Carolina state parks. From our quaint small towns to our Heritage Corridor to incredible shopping, entertainment and nightlife… if relocation is on your mind, it’s time you to call Coldwell Banker United, Realtors to ge started for charleston real estate.  The Charleston,Mt Pleasant, Summerville area is a great place to raise a family too as you will not be far from even more amenities. Mt PLeasant is also ranked as the safest place in South Carolina and the 24th safest in the nation. Raising a family here means that safety doesn’t have to be on your mind all of the time. It’s a family-friendly area that you will be proud to call home. An additional bonus is that this area is home to a number of dog parks, for the four-legged members of your family. Really, Charleston Mt PLeasant Summerville will put you in close proximity to everything you could need. charleston real estate

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Carolina Park

Posted by on 11:51 am in Carolina Park Listings, Carolina Park Real Estate, Charleston SC New Construction, Mt. Pleasant SC New Construction | 0 comments

After several years of being in “limbo”  Carolina Park is selling like hot cakes. Since September over 100 homes have sold. The average home being built is between 1800-3200 square feet. Prices for the single family homes from the 300’s and custom homes in the  Riverside at Carolina Park start in the 500’s.

 

The current and future Residents Club includes a junior Olympic size pool, playgrounds, walking trails, tennis and an outdoor cooking cabana. There will be future Library, EMS/Fire station and commercial space including restaurants. The plan includes a future elementary school.  Also there is over 140 acres of recreation space and parkland. 220 preserved acres of marsh and wetland also surround the Carolina Park community.

 

There are a wide range of floorplans and homesites  to choose from. Ryland, David Weekley Homes and Saussy Burbank are building on the homes sites starting in the 300’s. Phase 3 and 4, another 120 lots are scheduled to be released in February.

 

Currently there are 5 custom builders building in the Riverside at Carolina Park. Cline, Sabal, Hibben, Structures and Burton company are building on the 90 available lots. These lots are in Flood Zone X and are build on a crawl space. The builder will buy the lots for you and carry the loan for 8-9 months while you go through the building process. Currently 17 lots have already been sold. The homes will be between 2400-5200 sqft. The Burton Company will cater their floorplans to empty nesters.

 

Contact Creaturo & Associates at Coldwell Banker United, Realtors today to learn more about the MOVE IN READY Homes and more info on building in Carolina Park.Carolina Park Pool

Things a buyer’s agent cannot do for you?

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I could sit here and preach to you about all the reasons you need to use a Buyer’s Agent to purchase your next home. You know you  have heard them all before.  “Buyer’s Agents work for you” and “We are your advocate”. “Or It’s a Sellers Market you need my representation”. All of this is true.  Of course you are not going to believe me because I am trying to get you to allow me to work for you as a Buyers Agent. A buyer’s agent is required by law to act in the best interests of the buyer, and they are trained to help with the entire purchasing process from start to finish. For most people, using a buyer’s agent will save a lot of time. Without a buyer’s agent, the potential homeowner has to browse local listings, newspaper and Internet ads, and drive around neighborhoods looking for the perfect house, or spend time visiting open houses. With a buyer’s agent, the agent does that work for you. So what if I tell you all the things a buyers agent cannot do for you?

As a Buyers Agent we know a lot about the neighborhoods and areas we sell. More than likely it’s out hometown. We read the news, know the neighbors and what is going on.  But  because of legislation called the Fair Housing Act, we as Realtors can’t legally share all of that information with you.

Talked to the Neighbors, drive through the neighborhood at different times of day. This will help you see the type of things that go on in the neighborhood on a daily basis.

As your  buyers agent, I cannot tell you the economic class  or demographics of an area. This information is pretty easy to find online. You can use sites to find this info like Neighborhood Scout or on our site for information for Mount Pleasant. Under Fair Housing laws, I cannot disclose crime statistics or  sex offenders in the neighborhood.  This is something you must research on your own by paying a visit to the local police precinct.  Also, I can not give you my opinion of a school even if I have children that attend the school you are interested in. This is considered steering. You can research the schools for  the Tricounty on our website or check out Great Schools.

So why use a Realtor when there is so much information you have to gather yourself? A Realtor can show you homes, guide you through the buying process from start to closing and hopefully negotiate the best deal with the Seller. I think the plus’s win over the  minus’s when you consider the things a buyers agent cannot do for you.

Flood Insurance in Charleston

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Flood insurance in Charleston has been the main topic of conversation lately at our montly sales meetings and between all fellow Realtors. As a Charleston buyer or Seller you may wonder what is all the fuss about?

Recently, I was planning on showing a beautiful 5 bedroom home on the  Isle of Palms. My buyer was interested in this beautiful home. The home boasts “Perfect” home to raise a family, hardwood floors, granite countertops, 2 blocks to beach, recreation center and Morgan Creek Marina. 6 bedrooms 3 full baths and a large inground pool. Freshly painted and new landscaping. My buyer was excited and curious. We set up a showing and the home was beautiful at $675K  (a steal at that price it was originally listed  over 800K)

So what was the deal? Why had the Seller been drastically reducing 25K a month since the birth of the listing? FLOOD INSURANCE! The home had a transferrable flood policy until October 1. The current flood isurance was about $1800 a year. That’s not too bad $1800 a year to live on a Island surrounded by water in the LOWcountry aka Charleston, South Carolina.

In an attempt to salavage the NFIP- National Flood Insurance Program and their 30B deficit congress passed the Biggert Waters Flood Insurance reform Act. This act will affect mnay homeowners and business owners October 1, 2013.

What this means is a bbuyer cannot acquire the flood rate from the seller. This causes Seller market price and the buyer buying capacity to change because the flood isurance rate could go from 1000-6000.  With all new flood Insurance applications, Elevation Certificates will be required in A or V zones. This can cost a buyer between $300-700. This rate increase also could affect current policies 10% a year.

Please visit FEMA’s website for more info as this is not all the changes to be aware of.

Many of the affected Charleston properties are not necessarily those located along the beachfront, but are actually situated further back from the ocean or along a river.

One of of the biggest factors would be the structure’s elevation. For example, a home built on stilts would likely have lower rates than a neighboring home that is situated closer to the ground.

 

 

Charleston Real Estate Market Update September 2013

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Charleston Real Estate and Rentals presents Charleston Real Estate Market Update for September 2013

The region had 1,278 homes sold at a median price of $217,462 in August, compared to 1,034 homes sold at a median price of $199,414 in August 2012, the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors reported this week. Homes are selling nearly a month faster than a year ago.

 

Staff Report
Published Sept. 11, 2013

Charleston-area home sales were up 23% in August, with a 9% increase in median home prices compared to the year prior, the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors reported this week.

The region sold 1,278 homes at a median price of $217,462 in August, compared to 1,034 homes sold at a median price of $199,414 in 2012.

Days on market have declined by an average of 27 days, meaning homes are selling nearly a month faster than they were a year ago.

Year-to-date, 8,706 homes have sold in the Charleston region at a median price of $205,417 and in an average of 87 days.

In August 2012, figures showed 7,030 closings for the calendar year at a median price of $190,907.

“Looking at the year-to-date figures, we are positioned to finish 2013 with significant gains in sales volume and healthy, steady growth in prices,” said 2013 Multiple Listing Service President Dave Sansom in a news release. “Thus far, we’ve made more progress than we anticipated in 2013 and this level of growth is sustainable for our market.”

Inventory has held steady throughout the year, with 5,702 homes listed as “active” for sale in the MLS database. This figure represents approximately five months of inventory available in the region.

“As we expected, the minimal increases in mortgage rates have not soured the demand for residential real estate in Charleston” said 2013 CTAR President Owen Tyler in a news release. “Buyer activity and interest is still very strong—the mix of cash buyers/investors and traditional buyers who recognize the long-term value of Charleston-area real estate have helped keep the pace of sales high and our prices strong and stable.”

Berkeley County
In August, 257 homes sold at a median price of $180,000. The most active area in the county was the area bordered by Jedburg Road, U.S. Highway 17A and College Park, with 66 sales at a median price of $175,045.

Charleston County
Charleston County sales and median price increased in August, with 731 sales at a median price of $270,000. Homes in the county are spending an average of 77 days on market, the lowest average recorded this year. Outside of Mount Pleasant, where 250 homes sold at a median price of $381,125, the county’s most active area was James Island, with 83 sales at a median price of $245,000.

Dorchester County
In August, 253 homes sold at a median price of $165,000. The most active area of the county was Summerville and Ridgeville, where 101 homes sold at a median price of $184,990.

 

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Hot Rental Market is here to stay for a while.

Posted by on 8:12 pm in Charleston Market Update, Creaturo & Associates Relocation Team | 0 comments

The Obama administration’s proposal to wind down Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) makes it clear that rental housing will be a big part of the changed housing landscape.

Looking for a Property Manager to take care of your property? East Cooper Property Management (ECPM) is a professional management company that is owned and operated by the owners. Their mission is to manage the properties entrusted to them in  a manner that will maintain and enhance the value of those properties and result in the placement of responsible, long term tenants while developing relationships with owners and tenants that will be of benefit to all.

ECPM has three  affordable service plans to cover every aspect of managing your rental property.  Call them today for a consultation. 843-709-8087

 

Read more about the rental and  housing market: http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2011/02/11/rental-market-big-housings-future/#ixzz1c0vf6i7x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charleston area getting all kinds of Accolades

Posted by on 5:30 pm in Best of Charleston, Charleston Restaurants, Creaturo & Associates Relocation Team | 0 comments

Recently the Charleston area has received many awards and recognition.

Yeterday it was announced that Mount Pleasant and Hanahan are the grand winners of South Carolina’s safest communities awards by the Foundation for Traffic Safety of AAA Carolinas. 

This year Charleston dethroned San Francisco as the best city in the US  according to Conde Nast Traveler Magazine.

And as I posted earlier Husk Restaurant was named Bon Appétit magazine’s September 2011 issue best new restaurant.

So if your looking for a wonderful city to call home on the east coast,  look no further. Dreaming about perfect weather? We have that too.  You really need to consider a visit to Charleston South Carolina and anytime of the year is perfect.  We have art, excellent restaurants, shopping and several farmers markets, golf, boating, fishing, history, and the beaches. All we need now is YOU!

Renting vs. Buying -The calculator

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Yes I am a Real Estate and of course I want to sell you a home, but sometimes buying isn’t the best option. Thought I’d share this calculator to help guide you with what is best for you. If  you think buying is best please give us a call! Our team will guide you through the process one step at a time.

Rent vs. Buy Calculator

 

Husk is Number 1 Best New Restaurant

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Not even a year old, Husk restaurant is receiving accolades throughout the foodie world.  I love food so Husk will for sure be on my next date night list.  And for a little restaurant to receive so much attention it’s got to be pretty good. According to the latest article in Bon Appetit, the Chef,  Sean Brock ” isn’t reinventing Southern food or attempting to create some citified version of it. He’s trying to re-create the food his grandma knew—albeit with the skill and resources of a modern chef.”

Can not wait to give it a try! Chef Sean Brock

350 new Jobs coming to Charleston (because of Boeing?)

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The InterTech Group Inc aerospace subsidiary TigHitco will be building it’s sixth plant in North Charleston South Carolina bringing 350 more jobs to the area. Boeing is one of TigHitco’s main customers but they sell to aerospace companies all over the Southeast.  Intertech’s VP said Boeing  did not make them pick Charleston. “The state of South Carolina and Charleston County put together the right incentive package. That’s one reason,” said Jay Tiedemann, InterTech’s executive vice president and chief operating officer.  Jobs will include  “not just blue-collar jobs but engineering jobs, administrative jobs and highly skilled production jobs.”TigHitco N Charleston SC The Plant should be open fall of 2012.

Charleston Restaurant’s Get Noticed in Chicago Tribune

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Phil Vettel Food critic Slightly North Of Broad

3:53 p.m. CDT, September 13, 2011

Charleston, S.C., is perhaps my favorite city in the South. Good-looking, friendly and rich with history — its history being especially relevant this year, the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. And the downtown area is cluttered with one good dining option after another.

Which is a good thing, because if there’s a city with worse cab service than Charleston, I don’t want to know about it. Even proud locals get downright apologetic in response to the question, “How can I get a cab?” From your hotel, you can summon a cab to get somewhere, but getting back is, ahem, tricky. So rent a cab, or, if you’ve only got a day or two (as I did this trip), stick to the attraction-packed and eminently walk-able downtown.

So, with apologies to the myriad and worthy outlying options, here are my walking-distance picks:

Husk

Sean Brock’s sedate restaurant-in-a-mansion is the dining spot of the moment, thanks to Bon Appetit magazine, which last month named it the best new restaurant in the country. The dining room is a flat-out charmer, whose ceiling seems as tall as the room is wide, its rustic plank wood floors contrasted by contemporary, gray and silver wall treatments. True to the restaurant’s name, table centerpieces feature jars half-filled with corn feed and a long piece of dried okra.

After you devour one or two dinner rolls topped with benne seeds (better known as sesame seeds; the name benne, like the seeds themselves, comes from Africa), dishes to try include a Low Country panzanella consisting of fried corn bread, golden tomatoes and gamey slivers of lamb heart; or the messy but rewarding benne-crusted, barbecued chicken wings. The must-have entree is the pork-shoulder confit, the tender and sweet accompanied by a riot of supporting flavors and textures: spicy-crispy pig ears, smoky field peas and butter beans, bitter mustard greens and tart pickled peach jus. The cheese-and-grits side dish, fortified with mushrooms, contains so much sharp Tennessee cheddar that it’s like a cheese course in cast iron; enjoy it separately, with a glass of red wine. 76 Queen St., 843-577-2500; huskrestaurant.com

SNOB

My first trip to SNOB (which refers to its location, Slightly North of Broad), a few years back, was a memorable one because I’d parked too far away and got caught in a sudden and severe rain that thoroughly soaked the four of us (and our one pathetic travel umbrella). Conversation stopped when we arrived, looking like drowned rats as we sloshed to our table; the servers generously plied us with cloth napkins until we managed some semblance of respectability.

Can’t remember for the life of me what we ate.

But I can tell you about my recent, considerably more dignified lunch visit, at which I arrived dapper and dry (a little August humidity aside), feasting on a massive charcuterie platter (which included Canadian bacon, of all things) and some of the best shrimp and grits, abetted by coins of spicy sausage and awash in a fragrant tomato sauce, that I can recall. And I took in the funky decor, which juxtaposes classical white columns and faux-marble walls with exposed industrial loft ceilings and striped-fabric chairs and tablecloths. Viewed through unfogged eyeglasses, it’s quite appealing, really. 192 E. Bay St., 843-723-3424; slightlynorthofbroad.net

Champagne Bar

The Peninsula Grill is widely regarded as Charleston’s finest restaurant, and perhaps one day I’ll eat there. But on one visit the place was booked solid, on another trip I had less-expensive dining in mind and this time … the dining room is lovely, in a neutral, hushed, gently lit sort of way, but the place didn’t excite me. But the marble-topped bar and ebony-wood back bar of the adjoining Champagne Bar, which offers plenty of liquid enticements and a fun little appetizer selection? Now you’re talking.

So we bellied up and lit into a lobster trio (sauteed lobster medallion with lobster beignet and lobster ravioli), a beautiful heirloom-tomato salad and a foie-gras composition with barbecued duck, black-pepper biscuit and peach jam. Our waiter/bartender Chris regaled us with local tales, including the factoid that Charlestonians guzzle more Grand Marnier than anybody (which I assume is true, because who would make up something like that?). The Champagne Bar offers a three-taste flight of Grand Marnier, including the 150-year stuff, but you needn’t indulge to that extent. Just pick a bar, order a shot of “granmar,” as they call it, and they’ll treat you like a native son. Or so I’m told. 112 N. Market St., 843-723-0700; peninsulagrill.com

Mercato

I had just enough time in my brief stay to duck into Mercato, a cozy and casual Italian restaurant with romantic decor — Venetian plaster-look walls, leather-wrapped chairs and booths, dim art deco chandeliers — and live music most nights. Our food was unremarkable; risotto with blue crab had a nice regional air to it, but it needed seasoning. Still, for a nice drink, perhaps some wine and one of the chewy-crust pizzas, well, you could do lots worse. 102 Market St., 843-722-6393; mercatocharleston.com

Other places to consider

FIG: James Beard award-winner Mike Lata’s neighborhood restaurant means Food Is Good (yet another acronym), and it certainly is here. Loads of regional American specialties in industrial-rustic surroundings. Garlic soup and ricotta gnocchi with lamb Bolognese are highlights. 228 Meeting St., 843-805-5900; eatatfig.com

Sticky Fingers: A barbecue joint for the indecisive, Sticky Fingers (which has locations in Georgia, Tennessee and both Carolinas) serves hickory-smoked ribs, pulled pork and beef brisket in a variety of styles: Memphis (wet or dry), tangy Tennessee style, sweet Carolina style and so on. All the sauces are available by the bottle, of course. 235 Meeting St., 843-853-7427; stickyfingers.com

Jestine’s Kitchen: Just look for the long line of waiting diners and you’ll have found this iconic Southern restaurant, whose 40-seat, frill-free but comfortable dining room fills up quickly, especially at lunch. Load up on fried green tomatoes, gumbo, fried chicken, mac and cheese, Coca-Cola cake and sweet tea. You won’t spend much. 102 N. Market St., 843-722-6393.

pvettel@tribune.com

Charleston Housing Market Still Active

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Charleston housing market still active (from Post and Courier) Recent figures from a California-based research firm place the Charleston area at the top statewide in home prices and close to it in permits. Greater Charleston has the highest median home price by a wide margin among eight metro areas, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting’s “Local Building Market Intelligence” released this week. The midpoint price in the Charleston area was $229,750. That compares with a $144,004 midpoint for Myrtle Beach, which is second highest. The least expensive area is Sumter with a median price of $95,933. Also highest in the greater Charleston was housing costs as a share of income, with 31 percent of income devoted to home expenses. Myrtle Beach placed second at 28 percent and Spartanburg third at 24 percent.
Anderson was most affordable with 19 percent of income going to home costs.
By building permits, the Charleston area ranked second at 2,945. It trailed Columbia, which had 3,026 total permits. The lowest numbers of permits were in Sumter at 354 and Florence at 375. Greater Charleston and Columbia reported the lowest unemployment rates at 9.1 percent. Greenville was third with a 9.3 percent jobless rate. The highest rate was in Sumter at 12.2 percent.


Charleston Housing Market Still Active

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Charleston housing market still active (from Post and Courier)

Recent figures from a California-based research firm place the Charleston area at the top statewide in home prices and close to it in permits.

Greater Charleston has the highest median home price by a wide margin among eight metro areas, according to John Burns Real Estate Consulting’s “Local Building Market Intelligence” released this week.

The midpoint price in the Charleston area was $229,750. That compares with a $144,004 midpoint for Myrtle Beach, which is second highest. The least expensive area is Sumter with a median price of $95,933.

Also highest in the greater Charleston was housing costs as a share of income, with 31 percent of income devoted to home expenses. Myrtle Beach placed second at 28 percent and Spartanburg third at 24 percent. Anderson was most affordable with 19 percent of income going to home costs.

By building permits, the Charleston area ranked second at 2,945. It trailed Columbia, which had 3,026 total permits. The lowest numbers of permits were in Sumter at 354 and Florence at 375.

Greater Charleston and Columbia reported the lowest unemployment rates at 9.1 percent. Greenville was third with a 9.3 percent jobless rate. The highest rate was in Sumter at 12.2 percent.

Sunchaser – Mt Pleasant SC New Construction – Dan Ryan Builders – New Neighborhood

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Dan Ryan Builders is announcing a new construction home development in Mount Pleasant South Carolina. The new community, Sunchaser will be located off of Hwy 41 and minutes to highway 17 . There will be only 16 lots. New Homes to be built will be single family, 2 car garage homes ranging from 1500 sq. ft to 3000 sq. ft. Prices will start in the high $190’s.

This community will be located within 5 miles to Oakland Plantation shopping including a Kolhs and Super Wal-Mart. Dunes West, Park West, Planters Pointe, Rivertowne are some of the neighborhoods nearby. Also, a brand new Harris Teeter and Roper St. Francis Hospital are being built minutes away.

Not only are all the restaurants convenient, including Mello Mushroom, TGIF Fridays and rumor has it PF Changs, but the beach is only 15 minutes away. Historic downtown Charleston is a 15 minute drive over the Ravenel Bridge.

Sunchaser is also zoned to Mount Pleasant’s excellent school system. Wando High School is also 5 minutes away.

We don’t expect this property to last long so please if your interested we encourage you to contact us for more information.

Sunchaser – Mt Pleasant SC New Construction – Dan Ryan Builders – New Neighborhood

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Dan Ryan Builders is announcing a new construction home development in Mount Pleasant South Carolina. The new community, Sunchaser will be located off of Hwy 41 and minutes to highway 17 . There will be only 16 lots. New Homes to be built will be single family, 2 car garage homes ranging from 1500 sq. ft to 3000 sq. ft. Prices will start in the high $190’s.

This community will be located within 5 miles to Oakland Plantation shopping including a Kolhs and Super Wal-Mart. Dunes West, Park West, Planters Pointe, Rivertowne are some of the neighborhoods nearby. Also, a brand new Harris Teeter and Roper St. Francis Hospital are being built minutes away.

Not only are all the restaurants convenient, including Mello Mushroom, TGIF Fridays and rumor has it PF Changs, but the beach is only 15 minutes away. Historic downtown Charleston is a 15 minute drive over the Ravenel Bridge.

Sunchaser is also zoned to Mount Pleasant’s excellent school system. Wando High School is also 5 minutes away.

We don’t expect this property to last long so please if your interested we encourage you to contact us for more information.

Update:  The Sunchaser Subdivision is now complete and there may be re-sale homes for sale.

 

Charleston SC 7th Annual Dog Show

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We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 7th annual Charleston Dog Show … a wonderful family event for Lowcountry dogs and their families. In addition to friendly canine competition, we will have a dog vendor village, silent auction, pet portrait artists’ corner, microchipping clinic, educational exhibits highlighting area Dog Rescue groups, Canine Good Citizen (CGC) testing, Obedience Demonstrations, gourmet lunch boxes, children’s PB&J stand, canine concessions and much more!

Charleston SC Dog Show

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We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 7th annual Charleston Dog Show … a wonderful family event for Lowcountry dogs and their families. In addition to friendly canine competition, we will have a dog vendor village, silent auction, pet portrait artists’ corner, microchipping clinic, educational exhibits highlighting area Dog Rescue groups, Canine Good Citizen (CGC) testing, Obedience Demonstrations, gourmet lunch boxes, children’s PB&J stand, canine concessions and much more!

Mt Pleasant SC Pet Fest 2010 at the Palmetto Island County Park

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April 10-11, 2010
Palmetto Islands County Park

Image of the Pet Fest 2010 logo
K9s in Flight Frisbee® Dogs & Dock Diving
John Misita’s K9s in Flight are the premier K9 Sports entertainers in the world! With over 15 years of professional experience, they have dazzled audiences all across America and beyond. K9s in Flight have been seen on The Discovery Channel, ESPN, Animal Planet, HBO, MTV, and more. K9s in Flight is guaranteed to give you high flying fun the whole family will enjoy! Show Times: 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm

Our pets love us unconditionally – so why not give back to your best friends by bringing them out to experience a day of fun, frolic and exploration?

Pets and their owners are invited to join Charleston County Parks for a full weekend of exhibits, demonstrations, experts, entertainment, and more at Charleston’s premiere pet festival

* Pets must be restrained/leashed at all times.
* No outside food or beverage.

Hours

* Saturday, April 10: Noon-6pm
* Sunday, April 11: Noon-6pm

Tickets

* Owners over 12: $5 or 3 Greenbax per person
* Kids 12 and under: FREE!
* Pets and Gold Pass holders: FREE!

Mt Pleasant SC Pet Fest 2010 at the Palmetto Island County Park

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April 10-11, 2010
Palmetto Islands County Park

K9s in Flight Frisbee® Dogs & Dock Diving
John Misita’s K9s in Flight are the premier K9 Sports entertainers in the world! With over 15 years of professional experience, they have dazzled audiences all across America and beyond. K9s in Flight have been seen on The Discovery Channel, ESPN, Animal Planet, HBO, MTV, and more. K9s in Flight is guaranteed to give you high flying fun the whole family will enjoy! Show Times: 1pm, 3pm, and 5pmOur pets love us unconditionally – so why not give back to your best friends by bringing them out to experience a day of fun, frolic and exploration?

Pets and their owners are invited to join Charleston County Parks for a full weekend of exhibits, demonstrations, experts, entertainment, and more at Charleston’s premiere pet festival

* Pets must be restrained/leashed at all times.
* No outside food or beverage.

Hours

* Saturday, April 10: Noon-6pm
* Sunday, April 11: Noon-6pm

Tickets

* Owners over 12: $5 or 3 Greenbax per person
* Kids 12 and under: FREE!
* Pets and Gold Pass holders: FREE!

 

Real Estate Listings – 3/29/2010

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Your preferred REALTOR® has prepared a report for you which includes all of the properties in the list below. Click the button at the right to view the report.


1008833 3221 John Bartram Place, Mount Pleasant, SC New $329,000
1008854 1522 Boston Grill Rd, Mount Pleasant, SC New $530,000

Real Estate Listings – 3/29/2010

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1008833 3221 John Bartram Place, Mount Pleasant, SC New $329,000
1008854 1522 Boston Grill Rd, Mount Pleasant, SC New $530,000

Charleston SC Foreclosures & Short Sale Free List 1/15/10

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There are 4 new listings that match the criteria you expressed to your preferred REALTOR®.

Your preferred REALTOR® has prepared a report for you which includes all of the properties in the list below. Click the button at the right to view the report.


1001217 8040 Old Hazlewood Rd, North Charleston, SC New $159,900
1001262 130 Spring St, Charleston, SC New $399,000
1001292 102 Rundle Ln, Summerville, SC New $199,000
1001304 130 River Landing Dr Unit# 9210, Charleston, SC New $94,900

Charleston SC Foreclosures & Short Sale Free List 1/6/10

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Your preferred REALTOR® has prepared a report for you which includes all of the properties in the list below. Click the button at the right to view the report.


1000258 45 Sycamore Ave Unit# 916, Charleston, SC New $85,000
1000274 4498 Great Oak Dr, North Charleston, SC New $115,000
1000277 46 Burnt Mills Rd, Goose Creek, SC New $109,000
1000283 3531 Mcleod Mill Rd, Johns Island, SC New $179,000
1000335 9314 Sweetbay Ct, Ladson, SC New $150,000
1000375 117 Braly Dr Unit# A&b, Summerville, SC New $92,500

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