Well, well, well. Apparently some of y’all have been paying closer attention to the Lake Keowee Real Estate Blog than we thought. We were able to add three listings to our stable and subsequently sold 2 of them (maybe 3 as the last one hits the market today). So you other Johnny-Come-Latelys who are still on the fence, jump down already!
Those two listings total up to almost $1.4M in real estate sales indicating that the prices for Lake Keowee real estate are better than the price of gas! We still have quite a few weeks of good Lake Keowee real estate selling season remaining and our hope is to finish the year with a bang. Maybe 2!
Let us know what questions you may have. We’d be happy to get out to your home or lot on Lake Keowee and let you know the current value.
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.
Tip #26 A really low offer may mean the buyer’s not qualified.
If you feel an offer is inadequate, now would be a good time to make sure the buyer has been qualified to carry a mortgage of the size this deal would require (if you haven’t learned this already). Ask how they arrived at their figure, then suggest their agent use comparables to establish what homes are going for in your neighborhood.
More next week….
Check out the Lake Keowee Real Estate numbers for the year
Dave Kerfoot works at Keowee Brewing Company. Alex and Allison Butterbaugh said Seneca’s two downtown incentives were “monumental” in their decision to renovate an old vacant building for use as a brewery on the east side of Main Street. Lauren Pierce | The Journal
Walhalla Mayor Danny Edwards talks with Arlene Young, grant services consultant for the S.C. Appalachian Council of Governments during a drop-in Thursday at the Walhalla Depot to look at plans for the first phase of the greenway project in downtown Walhalla. Norm Cannada The Journal