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.
Of all the decisions that go into selling a home, from pre-listing repairs to choosing an agent, the most important and often the most easily flubbed is the question of how to set your home’s initial list price. Here are a few common mistakes that sellers make with pricing that can cause this aged looking for sale sign to happen.
Construction of new homes in Mount Pleasant SC continues to be driven by strong demand in this very popular seaside town. With it’s proximity to the beaches of Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms, and short hop over the Ravenel Bridge to Downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant draws attention from retirees and young professionals.
Considering a fixxer upper? Fannie Mae’s HomeStyle Renovation Mortgage provides a convenient and economical way for borrowers considering moderate home improvements to make repairs and renovations with a single-close first mortgage
Ever wonder what Barbados, Singles, Piazzas and a nice breeze have in common with Charleston Style Homes. Here’s the skinny on one of Charleston’s better-known styles of architecture.
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.
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.