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“Charleston” by Brendan James
Thank you for utilizing our real estate website for your search of Charleston area properties. Regardless if you are a buyer, seller, local or from “off”, we hope our site will convince you that we are the right Realtors to accomplish your real estate goal.
Our pages are intended to offer insight of the Charleston area as well as helpful tips for Buyers and Sellers, including For Sale by Owners. There is a menu option to search all available properties (Search MLS) in the Charleston Tri-County area, which consists of Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties. Browse the MLS freely but we do ask that you register to view details for the sole purpose of tracking where our advertising dollars are working for us. We will not bombard you with emails or phone calls.
Again, thank you and we look forward to helping you with your real estate mission!
While Hanahan is a charming and fairly well populated bedroom community near the geographic epicenter of Greater Charleston, the City is easily the least traversed of all the municipalities, and its residents surely … [Read More...]
The City of Goose Creek is located at the southern edge of Berkeley County, slightly north of North Charleston. The City encompasses 41 square miles, reaching from the Cooper River on the east to I-26 on the west. The … [Read More...]
Folly Beach is definitely the life of the party. Locals call it simply “Folly” or “The Edge” (referring to Folly’s nickname “Edge of America”) and it’s widely recognized as home to the most laid back beach … [Read More...]
The third major section of the City of Charleston is the Peninsular Island across the Copper River named Daniel Island. Thanks to the Cooper River on the west and the Wando River to the east (both shipping ports), until the … [Read More...]
Both a town and a private resort community, Kiawah Island is quite simply the most highly regarded of all the resort islands of the South Carolina coast, and by offering 5 different award winning golf courses across the … [Read More...]