south carolina real estate: Can a Realtor Really Take a Vacation?
- 03/24/10 05:59 AM
In the land of being on call 24/7 so to speak, I find myself feeling uneasy that in the near future I will be taking a vacation that will not include cell phone service or an internet connection. While I could pay exbitant fees to have these services, I am choosing not to. For the first time in 8 years of selling real estate full time, I am taking a real vacation! I have a an agent to field my calls on my listings, my BIC to address any issues that arise with my pending contracts and the great staff at (13 comments)
south carolina real estate: The state of the real estate market
- 10/01/08 10:01 AM
As we get ready to enter the fourth quarter of the year, a typical time for a real estate slow down, I wonder what this year will be like. It seems to me that last year at this time is when our local real estate market started to change. I am encouraged that here in the Upstate of South Carolina have not suffered losses that some other areas have., including the coast and even Charlotte, NC. Our current days on the market is about 126 days and our average price point has stayed around $120,000. What is discouraging is the lack of sales (0 comments)
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