Keowee Blog Now This is More Like It
How about a little break from that stifling early season heat around Lake Keowee? Well, looks like we are getting some of that as we enjoy temperatures in the high 80’s vs. the 90’s for the next few days. We were all fired up for summer, but didn’t expect it to jump to full blown July in late May.
The good news is that with the heat comes the buyers. We’ve been able to cobble together several deals over the past few weeks turning a rain soaked beginning of the year into a very busy 2nd quarter and things don’t appear to be slowing down one iota. There are a lot of folks out there taking advantage of the strong economy and the extremely low interest rates to buy their dream Lake Keowee property, which is great news for you sellers. The bad news is overall the market is still lagging behind last year in both home sales and lot sales. That is probably more of an inventory issue vs. a demand issue, meaning it’s a good time to have your property on the market, looking right and priced to sell.
Hopefully, you and yours have taken advantage of the warm temperatures and spent lots of time on Lake Keowee and/or Lake Jocassee. If not, there is still a full season of summer and warm fun filled days ahead!
Make sure you check out the video update below along with the numbers pdf’s below!
Check out the video update for May below as well as the updated number presentations and Lake Keowee News.
Contingency clauses are often handwritten into the offer document and, as a result, can be easy to overlook.
Be sure you understand exactly what the contingency means to you before you accept or reject it.
By Jason Evans – SIX MILE – the eye-catching mural on the side of a Six Mile ice cream shop received an additional artist flourish Wednesday evening – the signature of Clemson football Coach Dabo Swinney.
By Riley Morningstar – SALEM – No one was injured in a fire that ripped through a newly built Salem lake house Friday afternoon.
By Phillip Gentry – The beauty of June is that no matter what flavor of water you dump your Tupperware boat into, there’s plenty of action to be found.