And just like that, Lake Keowee summer 2019 vanished. The school districts are back in session for the fall term which is an exhilarating time for both kids and parents alike as they all get familiar with the new teachers, pick-up/drop-off times, sports, clubs, hooking back up with old friends and making new ones and the other activities that come with the school year. It also marks a shift in the Lake Keowee real estate market as we say goodbye to summer for the kids and begin to look at the fall selling season, even though there are like 30 more actual days of summer remaining.
Both parents and grandparents often think about buying and selling real estate based on what their kids and grandkids have going on. What we’re seeing right now is a late summer listing push as several folks have decided it is time to put their Lake Keowee property on the market. We have two houses hitting the market in the next couple of days and have had 2 more lots that have gone on the market over the past couple of weeks. We’re also fielding several calls from folks considering selling. The bottom line is, even though school is back in session, folks are still buying and selling Lake Keowee real estate albeit with a little different mindset and an eye towards enjoying the leaves changing and football season.
Plenty of folks out there looking to buy so if you’re selling too, keep your property looking its best. If you’re considering buying, there’s plenty to choose from as fall is one of the best times of year on Lake Keowee!
When it comes to buying and selling on and around Lake Keowee we bring the most experience to the table. If we’re not already helping you to buy or sell and you are looking to, give us a call, text or email!
How To Sell Your Home For the Highest Price Possible
Examine Your Closing Costs
Unexpected closing costs are one of the easiest ways to eat up the hard-won profit you thought you were making on your home sale.
Make sure the only closing costs you pay are the ones you agreed to up front or along the way and that you’re not suddenly picking up part of the buyer’s costs or paying for something that wasn’t actually done.
By following this in-depth guide, you can rest assured that when you receive your settlement check, you’ve gained the maximum benefit from your home sale.
Congratulations! Now go out and spend it all in one place – your new home!
More next week….
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Construction of Vangeli’s restaurant on Ram Cat Alley is expected to start soon after the Seneca Improvements Corporation approved the construction contract Tuesday. The restaurant is working with a pilot program with the corporation to get the work started.
the renderings above were part of a presentation Walhalla city administrator Brent Taylor gave at Monday’s Walhalla Partners for Progress meeting about plans for a $5.7 million greenway project downtown.