It’s raining. Again. It’s been raining a lot around Lake Keowee. We’ve averaged around .3 inches a day so far in 2020, literally putting a damper on everything. I could’ve sworn I saw animals lining up 2 by 2 earlier this morning on the way in to work but I could’ve just imagined that. The deluge makes it hard to shoot videos, pictures, etc. We’ve added 6 listings to the fold these past couple of weeks and have had to take advantage when we get just a hint of clear weather. Don’t worry though the sun will come out eventually…right?
It’s been a great week as we’ve been able to put two more Lake Keowee waterfront lots under contract, got another offer on one and an offer on a Lake Keowee waterfront house we have listed. Those are sunny day numbers and in February of all months. 2020 is going to be a great year!
If you’ve been holding off on putting your Lake Keowee home or lot on the market. Let’s do it now. The buyers are out there and are looking right now. Expand the selling season by getting your property out there early. Give us a call and we’ll make it happen rain or shine!
Armed with this knowledge, you stand a much better chance of avoiding overpaying for your home.
As you can imagine, there is no learning curve that forgives mistakes made during the home-buying process. If I had to choose only one tip form the several I just listed, it would be this: Get yourself a good Realtor – someone whose sole interest in the deal is to watch out for your interests. If you take this advice, the rest will follow. A truly sharp agent will make sure that you follow all of the other suggestions I’ve included in this report. And please feel free to contact me for a checklist.
More next week….
Check out the Lake Keowee Real Estate numbers for the year
Follow the Drinking Gourd on Feb. 21 lines up well with Black HIstory Month, and the story underscores how people have always relied upon nature,. The class is based on the Jeanette Winter book that shows ways slaves used stars and other natural elements to travel on the Underground Railroad. SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL