We are hopeful that business will continue as it has over this entire year. We’re looking at closing over $1M in Lake Keowee lots over the remainder of the week. After that things get a bit slower as the inventory remains lower than the number of perspective buyers. It’s still a great time for you potential sellers and if history is any indicator, folks love to look at Lake Keowee real estate in the fall. The views begin to open and you can walk up and down multiple properties without having to change your shirt.
We’re going to focus on the beautiful days around Lake Keowee right now to try and avoid thinking about the tough weekend for the Tigers and Gamecocks. Coach Swinney has said, “The fun in in the winning” many times over the years. That means you Duke, North Carolina and even Florida State fans are having a blast. Congratulations! Well played. We Clemson and Carolina fans are hoping to have more fun next weekend. Lake Keowee real estate is the focus today….ergghhheee.
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.
For the most part, the inventory of good Lake Keowee waterfront property has been lower than the demand that currently exists. We still get listings that go under contract within days of hitting the market. Seems like that has been the norm for years now (at least since the first few months of Covid). Though, that is not what “normal” will be forever. The point being that you potential sellers need to sell while the selling is good. Buyers, just keep on keeping on. We’re working hard to get you guys the inventory you are looking for.
Hot summer days on Lake Keowee. Is there anywhere else you’d rather be? The ocean? No, too salty. The mountains? Too bumpy. A field in the middle of Kansas? Too Toto and Dorothy. Lake Keowee is the perfect place to be this time of year to keep cool and turn hot days into great fun. In a fit of insanity, I decided to bush hog some property around noon yesterday. After an hour I realized this is better done in the early morning or late afternoon or even never. Fortunately, I was able to cool off in Keowee once I was done and it made everything all the better.
Let’s not rush to fall. I know, I know… it’s exciting to think about football season, the leaves bursting into a billion colors and pumpkin spice everything but now is not the time. Be patient, there’s still plenty of summer left, especially around Lake Keowee. The temperatures remain high, the pools and the lake remain […]
Yep, that’s right kids are already starting to head back to school around Lake Keowee. Seems like we had a lot more summer than kids have today. They get a lot more breaks throughout the year so I suppose it evens out, but my wistful remembrances of the summers of my youth make me believe the new way is not so good as the old. But that’s true about a lot of things in life. Probably less reality and more just me. Supertramp said it best in Goodbye Stranger, “if I never look behind me, my troubles will be feeeewwwww.
And just like that, July 4th 2023 here at Lake Keowee as well as nationwide, has come and gone. We are now in the busiest time of the year for folks viewing Lake Keowee real estate, and we are moving and shaking as we try to generate as much business as possible. We are prepared to list as many as you folks are willing to send our way as the inventory of Lake Keowee waterfront real estate remains too low for our liking.
Lake Keowee will be rocking over the next few days as we hit the pinnacle of the lake selling season. For some unexplained reason, we seem to be in the midst of a strange summer, at least so far. Possibly it’s due to the weather being a bit cooler and the amount of rain we’ve received over the last couple of weeks. It’s almost like we haven’t gotten into that summer grove yet. The really good news is there’s still plenty of summer left to get our groove back!
We’re starting to see the pop-up, late afternoon thunderstorms that can frequent the Lake Keowee area as the weather starts to get summer warm. You can be out on the lake all day and then out of nowhere (obviously somewhere, moisture from the lake, etc. lifting into the atmosphere where it cools and gets unstable) […]