The Lake Keowee market, that is! As soon as we can list a home or Lake Keowee we’re getting them sold. Now is a fantastic time to sell your Lake Keowee real estate. We know it’s a tough decision to sell a beloved a property on Lake Keowee because it’s such a wonderful life amenity, but sometimes you just have to move on. The good news is we are here for you to help you get the most money in the least amount of time with the least amount of hassle.
We continue to add deals to the board and expect the spring and summer to be well above average. The primary limiting factor will be inventory. As folks continue to get vaccinated and we get closer to returning to normal, sales will follow suit with many people wanting to take advantage of being social again.
For all of you buyers out there, we’re acquiring new inventory all of the time. A little bit of patience along with the ability to move quickly can see you closing on your dream Lake Keowee property in no time
It’s going to be an exciting ride so jump on board!
29 Essential Tips That Get Homes Sold Fast (And For Top Dollar)
Selling your home is one of the most important steps in your life. Here are 29 essential tips you must know…
For most people, selling their home means cashing in their biggest asset. In other words, it must be handled with great care if you hope to protect – and capitalize on – your investment.
This guide was written with on goal in mind: to give you the tools you need to maximize your profits, maintain control, and reduce the stress that comes with the home selling process.
Top #2 Once you know, keep it to yourself
Your reasons will affect how you negotiate the sale of your home, but they shouldn’t be given as ammunition to the person who wants to buy it. For example, a prospective buyer who knows you must move quickly has you at their mercy in the negotiation process. When asked, simply say that your housing needs have changed. Your reasons are nobody’s business but your own.
More next week….
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A group of Keowee Key residents have held weekly “howling at the moon” meetings to chat and connect since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pictured, back row from left, are Curt Schneider, Betsey Chalmers, Wanda Lang, Gary Lang, John Gerhart, Linda Packer, Mike Packer, Chris Anderson, Joyce Edwards, Bob Edwards, Tim Driscoll and Jim Kenney. In front row are Suzette Cross, Susan Schneider, Lorraine Gerhart, Martha Driscoll, Hayes Cross and MaryLou Vandervoort. Special to The Journal
Renderings special to The Journal Clemson University officials approved work to potentially demolish Johnstone Hall and the University Union nearly two years ago. The move would create 6.7 acres of green space and open up around 450 gameday parking spots.