There are many beautiful places to live in Charleston that are suited for each lifestyle. Whether you like the hustle and bustle of downtown, the family friendly vibe of James Island or the laid back feeling of Folly Beach, there are options for everyone. We can help you decide which location is best for you based on your criteria and give you highlights of the areas that suit your needs.
Yes! Charleston is a great place to live as it offers amazing dining, shopping, cultural diversity, friendly people and plenty of sunshine inland and at the beach.
Yes, Charleston is a great place to raise a family! This area offers a selection of schools, public and private, friendly neighbors and sports/activities for children and families.
Charleston is a growing city and can come with more expenses than rural areas, but we know the best areas if you are looking to live in Charleston without a big price tag.
You should know that Charleston is comprised of many areas, islands and beaches. Take a trip to the Lowcountry to check out all of our amazing neighborhoods, we’re happy to show you around !
The average cost of living in Charleston is 4% higher than the national average.
There is not just one best neighborhood in Charleston as they are all beautiful! Some favorites are Old Village, Avondale, The Crescent, Byrnes Downs, South of Broad, and Ion.
In a nutshell, Real Estate investing works by purchasing a property, investing money into the property for updates, expansions, etc and either selling the home or renting it out for income. There are many important details when considering an investment property. Call us today to discuss and we will help guide you on this journey.
When investing in Charleston real estate, investors need to purchase a property that suits their specific needs- it could be a single family home for short or long term rentals, a multifamily unit or commercial space. Call us to see what is right for you!
When looking for an investment property in Charleston, good bones and location should be at the top of your list! Check the structural components, roof, HVAC, plumbing and crawlspace. Those are going to be the most important physical aspects of the property. Location also plays a huge role in investment properties and can affect rental income and resell value.
After deciding where you would like to live, your next step to buying a house is to get prequalified with a mortgage lender. After you are pre approved, you will know your budget and can begin looking for a home that fits your needs. Contact a local real estate agent to assist with all of the above and to help with making an offer, writing contracts and working through the details of the deal to get the home closed.
The closing costs when buying a house vary on each home purchase. Costs include, but are not limited to, title work, insurance, taxes, real estate commissions, processing and attorney fees, etc.
It is important to start the home buying process when you are financially able and when it is the right time for you and your family. Speak with a local mortgage lender to get the process started and see what buying position you are in.
When buying a home look into the location, price, school zone, amenities, etc.
You can a get a home loan by reaching out to a local mortgage lender – your real estate agent can provide you with recommendations.
Closing costs including insurance and taxes, down payment, and moving expenses.
Before making an offer on a home, make sure to view several homes before deciding on one. You could find the perfect house on your first trip out or while visiting the fourth or fifth location.