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Moving to the Charleston Area?
If you or your family considering relocating to Charleston’s coastal area we can offer personalized services tailored to your real estate needs.
Looking for Charleston Real Estate Investments?
There are many opportunities and reasons to invest in real estate in Charleston, SC. Generate cash flow, young professional or student housing can be great rentals. The Charleston real estate values are reduced from years past highs where now is the time to buy low and enjoy future returns, Charleston offers beach front vacation rentals to inlet, river, intercostals waterway properties all with great opportunities for investments.
1st Time home Buyer?
We can help assist in the process. There is a lot that goes into the purchase of one’s first piece of real estate. We can walk you through the steps; help you understand the ins and outs. Make sure your first is a good investment. Help show what alls out there for Gov. and State assistance. Programs designed for first time home buyers. Help you identify your needs and wants and where to find them. If needed help find lenders.
Looking to move or upgrade your Charleston home?
While the tumultuous real estate market has many people hunkered down hoping it will all blow over, proactive homeowners are looking beyond the uncertainty. They're weighing a decision about whether to refinance their current mortgage or trade up to a house they couldn't afford three years ago.
4 Questions to ask yourself about real estate
But before you take the leap, real estate professionals caution that the same basic rules about buying a home still apply. Here are four questions to ask yourself:
- How long do I plan to stay in the new home? Rule of thumb is at least five years to make a new mortgage worthwhile.
- Do I really need to move or just grab a deal?
- Can I cover the costs to close and relocate? With every winner, there's usually a loser, and you could be both.
- If I stay in my current home, does it make sense to refinance and maybe add that extra bedroom or improve the property?
Take a deep breath and analyze what you really need, not what the market is telling you to do.
"The decision depends on the individual. Are they looking to move because their family has grown or has their job changed locations, or do they want a shorter commute? Those are reasons to look at buying," says Bernard Markstein, senior vice president of the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, D.C.
But don't move just for the sake of moving, says Elizabeth Blakeslee, an associate broker with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Washington, D.C. Now is a great time to buy, but prospective homebuyers should make sure that's what they really should do.
"You have to figure out your motivating factors," Blakeslee says. "If you're just trying to get a deal, you might want to think about it a little longer. These low interest rates are certainly a consideration for people, but as with every decision in life, you have to ask yourself, 'What is my goal?'
We can consult you and your family’s real estate needs to see if moving or updating your home is the best value for you or your family in the Charleston Coastal Area.
Let us take the guess work out of your real estate and help you achieve your goals!