New Rules for Adding Value with Kitchen Remodels

Thinking about remodeling your kitchen next year? It used to be that kitchen remodels returned about 90% of the investment when selling a home, and could definitely help sell a […]

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Five Reasons to Buy A House Before The End of the Year

With just a few weeks left in 2018 you might be tempted to put your home search on hold until the New Year. After all, nobody wants to buy a […]

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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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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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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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Meet Rob Donaldson

If you haven’t met Rob Donaldson, you’re in for a treat on closing day. As a Charleston (Mount Pleasant) native, Rob is friendly, funny, and cool as a cucumber. Having […]

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Choosing a Neighborhood: How Charleston’s Bridges Might Affect Your Choice

Bridges have been a hot topic around town lately, and for good reason. A network of bridges connect the towns and neighborhoods in the Charleston area, and each has its […]

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Charleston Area Stats: How Many People Really Move Here Every Day?

Every year the Charleston Regional Development Alliance releases new data about the state of the local economy, real estate and more. Not only are the insights fascinating, but they can […]

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Charleston Housing Market 2018

In case you haven’t heard, the Charleston housing market has been on fire in recent years. There have been more buyers than sellers, home prices have risen rapidly, and at […]

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