Rainy Days and Wednesdays
Always get me… nice and relaxed and ready to attack the minutia of the Lake Keowee real estate business! I don’t know about you, but it’s a lot easier for me to focus on in office activities with laser like precision when it’s rainy and gloomy outside. I don’t feel like I’m missing anything fun or important…like lake time!
So, what are we working on? As always the main thrust is our Lake Keowee Real Estate Expert Web site. We are revamping the IDX portion of our subdivision sections. This will allow us to better keep up with the constantly changing prices, features, etc. of all of the properties listed around Lake Keowee and it will help the search results of our site. It has been quite the project over last couple of months and we have an expected launch date in the next couple of weeks. This will make what is, in our humble opinion, the preeminent information resource for Lake Keowee real estate even better. As always, we continue to add helpful information to the site on a regular basis. This is also a very good thing for us to do on a rainy day.
How’s business? Good, listed another $350,000 waterfront lot and made some good inroads on listings a million plus dollar home on the lake. We are closing around $900,000 worth of Lake Keowee lots by way of 3 sides by the end of the week, as well. We had 4 really good tours over the past few days which should lead to a couple of deals when the time is right. We also had several of our listings shown. In other words, just another typical week here at Top Guns Realty!
We hope everything is good with all y’all and that you’re getting ready for the fall spectacular color show. It’s always a very special time around Lake Keowee so don’t miss it. Even if it is a bit rainy.
By Norm Cannada – SENECA – After being closed since summer, Seneca’s Lunney Museum may reopen in time for the Christmas season.
Seneca City Council approved a $19,000 bid Tuesday night for Adanced Electrical Services in Seneca to replace and rewire the house on West South 1st Street that is home to the museum.
The vote was contingent on the availability of funds in the city’s Hotel and Accommodations Tax fund.