It’s Getting Hot on Lake Keowee
What does that mean? Put on your swim suit! Another busy and amazing Memorial Day weekend we just had. I’d have to say that is as engaged as I’ve seen it on Lake Keowee. Everyone and their brothers came out to enjoy a satisfying dip in the lake. That’s the one thing you note as a property owner around Lake Keowee. There are a few really busy weekends – Memorial Day, Labor Day, July 4th– but most of the time the lake is pretty quiet. Some of the best times I’ve found are after an early afternoon, summer thunderstorm. Everyone gets off of the lake and then about an hour later the sun is back out and the water is clear with some of the most wonderful sunsets you’ll ever see anywhere.
I must admit we were some of those folks out on the lake, though we decided to take off early and were out of the water by 12:30. Do it that way and you skip the most hectic times out there. We had lots of fun as we cruised around the lake stopping at a few islands as well as the beach club. You’ve just gotta love Lake Keowee!
There is more than one reason for us to get off of Lake Keowee by 12:30 – there is business to be taken care of! We are working 3 more offers including one property that’s getting two at the same time. That’s testament to the fact that there are some good deals out there and there are quite a number of curious buyers, as well.
Now is the time to have your property looking as good as possible if it’s on the market (if you have a Lake Keowee property you’re going to want to keep it looking that way all summer long as you’ll have lots of guests – if you want them). There are always other choices out there and you want yours to shine brighter than the rest!
We’re pushing hard to make 2019 another incredible year. Help us out by letting your friends and family know to contact us about Lake Keowee real estate. We’re standing by!
Check out the video update for May below as well as the updated number presentations and Lake Keowee News.
Don’t jump to conclusions even if you hear that an offer is substantially lower than your asking price. The terms may make up for it, or vice versa. And in any case, you can always make a counteroffer.
Even if you decide you can’t accept a particular offer, it’s almost always best to present a counteroffer.