January 2011

There are 3 blog entries for January 2011.

How did the Charleston Market Fare for 2010?

It was a difficult market in 2010, but it showed to be a little better than 2009.  I've had a lot of very successful buyers that have made great decisions in 2010.  If you're selling in 2011, call us so we can share our opinion (and what not to do) for the up and coming year.

 

 

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Termite tubes found!

Updated, January 2019

 

If you’re purchasing a home in Charleston, South Carolina, a CL-100 Inspection will be required by your lender in order to close.  So what is this inspection and what does it entail?  The CL-100 Inspection is also called a Termite Inspection, and the report is called the Official South Carolina Wood Infestation Report.

The purpose of the inspection is to check for:

  1. Visible evidence of active, or a previous infestation of subterranean termites or other wood-destroying insects (like powder post beetles or carpenter bees, for example).
  2. Visible evidence of whether there has been prior subterranean termite treatment.
  3. Below the first main floor, if there is the presence or evidence of:  active wood-destroying fungi
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111 Waterfront PlantationWhen was the last time you saw a waterfront residence on the Intracoastal Waterway where you didn’t need flood insurance?  Well this is certainly the exception.  I saw this deepwater property yesterday and felt compelled enough to share it with all of you.

For those of you that know a little bit about location on James Island, this condo community is called Waterfront Plantation and is located right off of Maybank Highway along the ICW (Intracoastal Waterway).  These condos don’t come on the market very often, as a matter of fact; I’ve only seen two others come on the market since 2004 here.  It is a great location because you live on the ICW, you are 10 minutes to Folly Beach, and 5 minutes to downtown, Charleston.

It is a very quiet setting, with only

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