Monthly Archives: June 2011

Charleston Inventory Levels – Oh, the Stories They Tell.

Alright so the title of this post is a little dramatic but I always enjoy looking inside statistics and numbers to see what they can reveal. Firstly, inventory levels means months of housing supply compared to absorption rates.  In plain … Continue reading

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The Ideal Charleston Home for Yacht Lovers – 2 Concord St

Update 1/20/2015 – The price dropped to $9,250,000 today. From the original asking price of $17,500,000, to $13,000,000 to $11,000,000 and now under the big TEN-OH. COME AND GET IT! Ever since this building came on the market in 2006 … Continue reading

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Charleston’s Food Insanity (And Mine)

When I wrote my post Why it’s hard not to plump up in Charleston back in January of this year, little did I know what was yet to come. Really, there was no way to prepare for the onslaught. Every … Continue reading

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Update 8/19 – Harleston Village, Queen Street fixer upper on the market for $535,000

Update 8/19 – FINALLY.  181 Queen went back under contract again on Monday, for the third time, and sold last night for $400,000. 1114826 – Details: 181 QUEEN ST, CHARLESTON, SC – $400,000 So how could it have sold for such … Continue reading

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And Home Again to my Beloved Lowcountry…

For those of you who follow my blog in a slightly regular fashion, you may have noticed that my last post was over a month ago.  I’ve been neglectful!  But I’ll chalk it up to what I am now calling … Continue reading

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