south carolina: Charleston (SC) Real Estate Market Experiences Change in Momentum - 11/19/09 08:43 AM
The Charleston, SC Area real estate market has experienced an important change in sales momentum. Fueled by low mortgage interest rates, improved housing affordability (lower home prices), the $8,000 Tax Credit for first-time home buyers and the prospect of increased employment with the future Boeing plant being built near the Charleston International Airport, year-over-year monthly sales (i.e. October 2009/October 2008) have shown increases for the past four months, for the first time since October of 2006!
As this chart shows, this "turn" in the market trend signals positive things to come for our real estate market. Higher monthly sales = accelerated inventory reduction = shorter … (0 comments)

south carolina: The A-Z of Buying a Home (Part 5) - 11/12/09 11:52 PM
The A-Z of Buying a Home (Part 5)
By Alan Donald, BuyHomesInCharleston.com
This is the last part of our brief guide for first-time home buyers in South Carolina. Once you have closed on the purchase of your home, you will still need to take care of some very important details (in addition to your move):
1.Change all the utilities in your name. Usually sellers stop their accounts as of the closing date, sometimes they give you 1-2 days grace. The last thing you want is to get to your newly purchased home and find the power is off, and the temperature … (0 comments)

 
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