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About Me (Kristin Walker)I am a full-time Realtor specializing in all of the neighborhoods on the Charleston Peninsula as well as a few other bike-friendly walkable areas. I love what I do! As a Lowcountry aficionado, an outdoor lover & a foodie, I also enjoy unique architecture and things that challenge and inspire me.
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Tag Archives: auctions
Update 4/16 – SOLD! Well sort of…I attended the auction for the Anson House condos this morning at the courthouse, and it was standing room only. Most of the attendees were lookers or information gatherers like myself, but there were … Continue reading
Update May 31, 2012 – These three condos sold yesterday/today – two of them were bid on at the auction but the bids were not accepted. So here’s your baseline folks. The owners won’t sell for less than this. 1011905 … Continue reading
For the latest news on this, seem my most recent post – Update: Anson House Condo Auctions. ——————————————- This is not a warning, rather it is more of a heads up… The Anson House Condominiums are coming up for auction … Continue reading
Tuesday I attended the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors Mid-Year Market Update to get a sense of how the economy and real estate market are doing from the expert standpoint. While we had three different speakers, the information that most … Continue reading
Update 6/16 203 Fishburne has dropped its price to $79,890 from $112,500 and it is still sitting there. 39 N. Enston came back on the market 4/18 for $96,000 and has now dropped the price to $82,900. 55 Carolina sold … Continue reading
An update on bank-owned homes in Charleston, SC – including foreclosure auctions and sales. Continue reading
Update 2/25: – 30 Montagu St is under contract. This one took a bit longer than the others – about 9 weeks, which is still faster than your average sale. SOLD 4/09 for $900,000 As you all know, I follow … Continue reading