Rob & Robert in Mexico

It’s not all work and no play around the office – recently Rob and Robert took a break to visit an incredible part of Mexico that is a bit of […]

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eBook: Tips for Buying & Selling in Charleston

Rob Donaldson has been conducting real estate closings in Mount Pleasant, SC for more than 20 years, which means he has a lot of wisdom to share with both buyers […]

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Hurricane-resistant Home Features

The way your roof is fastened to your house is probably the last thing on your mind most days. However, when the Coburg Cow comes down, and local meteorologists start […]

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Home Inspections 101

Home inspections are exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. It’s exciting because after stressful weeks or months of searching for a home and negotiating a price, the finish line […]

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Closing Costs Demystified

In the excitement of house shopping, it’s easy to forget about closing costs. However, closing costs can add anywhere between 2% and 5% to the sale price, depending on your […]

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The Steady Approach to Saving a Down Payment

We’ve been writing about down payments lately; how much you need for your situation and how to save a down payment fast. We’ve also covered some things you could negotiate […]

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Tips for Saving a Down Payment Fast

In our last post we wrote about how much down payment you’ll need for a house based on different scenarios. Now that you know your goal, the big question is […]

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How Much Down Payment Do I Need?

If you’ve been skimming headlines since the real estate market crash you may be under the impression you need a 20% down payment to buy a home. In Mount Pleasant, […]

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Making Sense of Hurricane Insurance

If you’re new to the coast hurricane insurance isn’t something you’ve had to worry about before. Even if you’re native to the coast  things have changed. Insurance policies started to […]

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Making Sense of Flood Zones

What’s the most common natural disaster in the US? If you guessed flooding, you’re right. Flooding is even more prevalent in the Lowcountry, and not just on the peninsula and […]

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