Hint of Fall? Beautiful Lake Keowee Crystal Clear Blue Skies
Maybe, just maybe, fall will finally arrive once we get past the remnants of Hurricane Michael (but don’t hold me to that). Again we’ll all be dealing with the heavy wind and rain these large storms bring as it rumbles up to our area over the coming days. We’ll continue to be praying for the folks on the coast as they take the brunt of this storm. The good news is the high temperatures will finally be fading away as the weather man is calling for a high of 71 and a low of 55 on Saturday! I’d say that’s a hint of fall. Can’t wait to see those crystal clear blue skies!
Business continues with or without the storms (thank goodness). We continue to cruise around like busy little beavers trying to put buyers and sellers together (beavers are putting nuts into a hole somewhere, which is very different but you get the idea). We hope to put two lots under contract this week and we closed another house and lot last week as well as adding what will be a very popular new waterfront lot to our group of listings. We are already seeing heavy traffic via the Web outlets for Lot 7 Sugar Hill Point. If the rain doesn’t stop us we’ll add another lot in Wynward Point next week as well (rain keeps it from being under-brushed which keeps us from shooting videos, etc.). All and all, quite the productive October thus far. A hint of what the future holds?
Still plenty of folks in the market looking for lots and houses around Lake Keowee. The US economy is good and folks have some spending money. If you are a seller, take advantage of it while you can. You just can’t know for sure when the next downturn is coming. You buyers take advantage of the good inventory that’s still out there in the market. Still a number of good lots to choose from in different price categories…will that always be the case? Act now! I’ve got to add hint again.
By Jason Evans
SALEM – Keowee Key has been recognized for creating a community where people and wildlife can both flourish.
The Community has been named a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
“We are so proud to be the only certified community in the Upstate of South Carolina,” Lakes and Hills Garden Club member and Keowee Key property owner Alice Guzick said. “This award shows the dedication of individuals in our community to conservation and preservation of their natural surroundings.”