Monthly Archives: December 2010

A Full Moon and Christmas Tree at Colonial Lake

And it’s the eve of the Solstice.  And there will be a meteor shower tonight.  And a lunar eclipse.  Wow.

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Wagener Terrace Hot – North Mount Pleasant Not

Every month I send out a newsletter that includes events, news articles and statistics on real estate in the Charleston Metro area.  As the year draws to a close,  I’ve noticed some trends that I thought worthy of discussion.  So … Continue reading

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The ugly truth about selling your house in 'this' market.

1. Your stuff is great, but it’s ugly. Please don’t be offended.  We’ve all got beautiful things collected over the years and comfortable furniture that we would never get rid of, but buyers do NOT want to see it.  They … Continue reading

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Update on the Bicycle-Only Community in Lexington, SC

Back in May I posted an article about the launch of a bicycle-only community in Lexington, SC right outside of Columbia.  It’s called Bicycle City!  This kind of urban planning fascinates me and I wonder how it would do in … Continue reading

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Nature in the Middle of the City – at Colonial Lake

I was taking a walk this morning when I caught this guy standing on the sidewalk looking for his breakfast.  Here in Harleston Village around Colonial Lake in Downtown Charleston, we see a huge variety of nature on a daily … Continue reading

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The City Market becomes more Local

For years I’ve dreamt about the City Market becoming more than just a tourist destination selling schlocky knock-off purses, jewelry and kids clothes.   I’ve envisioned a market more like Seattle’s Pike Place or New York’s Grand Central Market – … Continue reading

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What $200,000 gets you in Charleston

For this series, I am just going to take a look at what is available on the Charleston Peninsula.  Yes, I know you can do a search on your own but wouldn’t you agree that sometimes it helps to have … Continue reading

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Celebrating at our annual Holiday Parade Party

For the past few years, we’ve decided to have our company party on the Sunday of the annual King Street Holiday Parade. Why? Because our office is on King St and because it’s a whole lotta fun. So each of … Continue reading

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