Monthly Archives: September 2009

Just a thought about Banks' new role in real estate.

I’ve been thinking that banks have a new role in this real estate market that is creating a vicious cycle. Many homes are being foreclosed upon because the owners can no longer afford the payments (for a variety of reasons). … Continue reading

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Jazz is reviving in Charleston

For years I have complained that there just wasn’t a good jazz club in Charleston. How could a lively city such as this be bereft? Well, times-they-are-a-changin’ and the Charleston Jazz scene is picking up its tempo. A little more … Continue reading

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Charleston covered by the Denver Post

Here’s a great article about Charleston from The Denver Post.  I think the author did a great job of capturing the magic of Charleston in this brief review, don’t you? “Charleston, S.C., remains one of the most charming cities in … Continue reading

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The Importance of Good Photography in Selling Your Home

I will venture to boldly say that second to price and location, good photography is the most important part of selling your home, or at least getting buyers to look at it. It’s not how much newspaper advertising your agent … Continue reading

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My love of Charleston – from 13 years ago…

The other night, I was sitting on my piazza with a friend and just for kicks, we were going through our old diaries.  I found an entry dated 10/8/1996, written a month and a half after I had left Charleston … Continue reading

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