Around Lake Keowee there is a new level of excitement as we enter the football season. The of the really great things about Lake Keowee being so close to Clemson University is you can tailgate on the Lake for pregame then head to your (or your friend’s) tailgate spot at the stadium! You can also rent out your home for a pretty penny on those days if you are in a community that allows such. There aren’t that many houses that fit that bill but luckily, we have one that does! Check out 231 Hughes St.
Another good week for Top Guns Realty as we were able to put a Lake Keowee interior lot and some Lake Keowee waterfront acreage under contract over the past week. We also closed on another Lake Keowee waterfront lot. With fall just around the corner we expect things to continue along that good path at least through the end of leaf season…and you know how much we love leaf season.
Still plenty of buyers out there for you sellers. Now is a great time to put your Lake Keowee waterfront property on the market. Let us get you a value. As Bluto from Animal House once said, “Don’t cost nothin’…”
Home Buyers: How to Avoid Paying Too Much
A Simple Guide to Help Avoid Overpaying For Your Home.
Simply put, paying too much can jeopardize the integrity of your investment. Here’s vital information to help you avoid overpaying for your property.
Now, 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 from the several I’ve listed over the past few weeks, it would be this: Get yourself a 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.
More next time….m
Check out the Lake Keowee Real Estate numbers for the year
Special to The Journal A R Thorpe Architect, PLLC was granted variance requests for store signs to be displayed off 1810 Sandifer Blvd. at an Oconee County Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Tuesday. The property is the location for a planned shopping center.