Here around Lake Keowee we’ve already completed 2 weeks of the New Year and are all trying to shake off the holiday sluggishness and get back into the swing of things. It remains a difficult time (for reasons too numerous to enumerate) but fortunately there is some real light at the end of the tunnel. At this point all we can do is keep fighting hard to stay the course and be there for each other however we can – without getting too close, of course.
Keowee real estate remains active even with cold weather and threats of snow. Over the past week we were able to put over $2.6M in Lake Keowee waterfront real estate under contract. We were also able to close a $500K+ piece of Lake Keowee waterfront real estate (an awfully nice waterfront lot!) and list another beautiful Lake Keowee waterfront lot. Another week, another busy and awesome week!
We expect things to continue to be strong throughout the winter. Our biggest issue is a lack of inventory. We need to add a lot of waterfront property to fill the needs and wants of existing buyers. Now is a great time to put your Lake Keowee lot or home on the market. Let us take a look at what you have and let you know what it’s worth in the current climate. We expect you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
Now let’s take a closer look at improvements on a room-by-room basis, starting with your two most important rooms.
Kitchens and bathrooms have long been the top two remodeling projects, and you can expect them to remain so for years to come. They are the rooms that most consistently make or break a sale. A new or updated kitchen, a sparkling bathroom…these are features that help the sell a home.
More next week….
Check out the Lake Keowee Real Estate numbers for the year
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With the numbers of deer and turkey in South Carolina in decline, South Carolina is poised to benefit from using better technology to account for harvest data of these important game animals. (Phillip Gentry | For The Journal)