If you are looking for a new home in the greater Charleston area, you have landed in the right spot. I have created this site to provide access to all of the properties listed for sale on the Charleston tri-county MLS. It is updated several times a day and displays listings after they are uploaded to the MLS. In addition to MLS real estate search, we have created a number of custom pages detailing some of the most desirable neighborhoods and subdivisions in the area, which are also updated every day.
A good example includes our feature on iconic Shem Creek, which details popular neighborhoods like Old Village and Old Mount Pleasant. as well as some lesser known subdivisions like Cooper Estates, Shemwood, The Groves, and Creekside Park. The neighborhoods in this area, and those adjacent to the Coleman Boulevard Corridor are convenient to downtown, shopping and restaurants. Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island beaches are an easy ten minute drive.
And we also have many pages dedicated to lesser known areas. You can start browsing the community pages via the menu above, or do a more focused search using our advanced property search tool. If you are looking in a specific geographic area you can specify it by simply drawing a search area on the map.
It is also important to know that some information you find on aggregator websites like Zillow, Trulia or Realtor.com is outdated and inaccurate. For this reason, you need a licensed, dues-paying member of the local MLS that can provide the accuracy and context you need in order to avoid confusion and lost time, but also to make the most informed decision possible. Today’s focused buyer needs an agent with the attention to detail and heightened sense of urgency required to move quickly in today’s competitive real estate market, one that not only understands the process but more importantly the commitment to service.
For immediate service with a smile, please feel free to contact me, Doug Hall, via my cell
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The data relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the Broker Reciprocity Program of the Charleston Trident Multiple Listing Service. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Dunes Properties of Mount Pleasant are marked with the Broker Reciprocity logo or the Broker Reciprocity thumbnail logo (a little black house) and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing brokers.
Information on this site is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Any use of the search facilities of data on this site, other than by a consumer looking to purchase real estate, is prohibited.
Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The broker providing this data believes it to be correct, but advises interested parties to confirm information before relying on it for a purchase decision.
FEMA has been promising new flood maps for several years now, and earlier this week they released preliminary maps to the Charleston County Building Department. These maps will update the Charleston and surrounding area for the first time since 2004 and will provide property owners with up-to-date flood hazard information designed to prevent homeowners from purchasing expensive and unnecessary flood insurance policies.read more
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Your Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) We will provide you with an accurate, up-to-date comparative market analysis. Enter your information below to get your complimentary report sent to you via email. Why do I need a CMA? In short, you need it to make an...read more
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Today South Carolina remembers novelist Pat Conroy who recently passed. My favorites, in no particular order: The Great Santini, The Water is Wide, The Prince of Tides, and more recently My Losing Season. Mr. Conroy’s artistry with the pen inspired many...read more
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Map of marinas, boat ramps, piers and parks for the Charleston Tri-County area. Boaters, fisherman, sailors, paddlers, and sight seers will find a variety of options for putting in or anchoring down their vessels.read more
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The classic southern bungalow, which served the middle class families well from early 1900’s up until the late 1940’s, has made a comeback in newer construction. See older bungalow style homes and their newer counterparts.read more
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Still two days left! Numerous Mount Pleasant restaurants will participate in Charleston Restaurant Week, one of the most unique culinary events on the East Coast, offering dining options for every taste bud. Created by the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association,...read more
American real estate observers have been crowing for months now that the sand has almost run out of the hour glass on historically low conventional mortgage interest rates. Apparently time is standing still because mortgage rates continue to defy forecasts, as the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage falls even lower this week. This marks the second consecutive week where 30-year fixed-rate mortgages declined.read more
The annual report from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors has been released for 2015. The biggest news in 2015 was the lack of news on rate increases, so buyers kept locking in low 30-year fixed rates. Closed sales increased 13.7 percent to close out the year at 16,202. The cost to buy a home rose again in 2015. The overall median sales price was up 6.5 percent to $229,000 for the year. Home prices should continue to rise in 2016 but perhaps at a tempered pace as the market approaches natural balancing point. Price gains should be more in line with historical norms in 2016.read more
Looking at Charleston Property Values over the last 10 years. For anyone planning to sell their home in the near future, this is important data. Based on current trends, demographics, and mortgage rates, the future looks bright to most rational observers. With roughly 40 people moving to Charleston each day, and the local economy continuing to prosper across most sectors, there seems to be support for the notion that price of real estate will continue to flourish in most areas around town.read more
FIND OUT WHY YOU NEED A BUYER'S AGENT
If you are interested in looking at new construction homes for sale, I strongly suggest you consider going into new developments in the company of a realtor who will represent you as a buyer’s agent. The builder’s sales staff are usually very friendly and are quite knowledgeable, but they are there principally to sell houses and are not required to protect your interests at all. In general, since they are in the employ of the builder they serve the builder’s interests only. So the question is, who is going to help you and protect your interests?
As your agent I will help you work with the builder’s sales staff to ensure that the entire transaction goes smoothly so that the builder’s punch list is properly met, timely inspections are made, and that your interests are protected throughout the entire course of the home buying process.
NO CHARGE TO YOU
It should also be noted that there is no charges made to our clients for this service. We do not charge any fees before, during, or after the process. We are paid a buyer’s agent commission at closing which is usually a percentage (usually 3%) of the final sales price and is paid from the seller’s side of the transaction.
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Dunes Properties began with a single office and three employees in 1989. Today, we represent the Lowcountry with almost 80 exclusive beach vacation rental properties, 65 real estate agents and employees, five full-service offices and many plans for the future. We know and love Charleston and the Lowcountry. Whether it’s a vacation home, an investment or a primary residence, real estate is always an important purchase, and it deserves the attention of a dedicated professional. How can we serve you? Let us know today.
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