There are 3 blog entries for April 2012.
Wednesday, April 25th, 2012 at 3:46pm. 318 Views, 0 Comments.
1. Think curb appeal.
They say you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but we all do. A buyer's first impressions are based upon a Greenville, SC, home's curb appeal. Fresh mulch, a well-manicured lawn, and the home's overall appearance can give the intro your home needs.
2. Make your interior look great.
Many small things we overlook everyday may be immediately spotted by a potential buyer. You will want your interior to appeal to as many buyers as possible so that they fall in love with your home.
3. Consider the season.
Historically, spring is usually the best time to put your home on the market. This is when the buyers are out in numbers so don't miss out on this important marketing window.
4. Hire the right Greenville, SC Realtor.
Monday, April 23rd, 2012 at 2:51pm. 264 Views, 0 Comments.
While the Greenville Drive waited for the rain to clear, they captured this spectacular picture of a double rainbow.
The Greenville Drive is a minor league baseball team located near the West End of Greenville, SC. Watching the ballgame is a great and inexpensive way to spend a beautiful evening. My wife and I typically get supper from any number of the restaurants in downtown Greenville, walk to the game, and then afterwards cap it off with an ice cream at Spill the Beans.
A popular development adjacent to the Greenville Drive is the Field House at West End. It is housed in a mixed use building that has restuarants on the ground level and great condos on the floors above.
Monday, April 9th, 2012 at 1:02pm. 342 Views, 0 Comments.
New data released by the South Carolina Department of Commerce proves once again that South Carolina is a great place to live and work. Part of the allure of Greenville, SC is not only its future viability but also how the city (and state) is currently faring economically.
Part of these gains were driven by a recovering real estate construction market:The real estate and construction industries show some signs of recovery as more than 1,400 residential building permits were issued in February, exceeding January’s total by 8.7 percent and the total from February, 2011 by nearly 30 percent. The total value associated with the permits issued in February was $267 million, surpassing the previous February by $80 million. While the median home sales…