Here in Charleston, we are hunkered down with another tropical storm warning, the remnants of Hurricane Michael. So far, there is some light wind and rain, but it looks like we will be spared the worst. My thoughts are with those who are in the storm's path. The threat of storm forced me to move a few meetings to tomorrow, but I made the most of it by finishing up this October newsletter.
Here's what you'll find in this month's news...
Client Spotlight: Molly Basile Interiors
I love featuring clients and their ventures in my newsletters, and this month's profile is one I am particularly excited to share. I regularly get asked for interior designer recommendations, so when I heard that past client, Molly Basile, was opening shop, she immediately went to the top of my rolodex. I'm thrilled that she agreed to be featured this month.
Molly and her husband, Jeff, bought a new build home in Old Mount Pleasant in 2016. Having gone under contract early in the home's construction process, Molly and Jeff had the opportunity to direct many of the design choices. While Molly was on a different career path back then, her style and design instincts were apparent; thus, it was no surprise to hear that Molly was making it official with the launch of Molly Basile Interiors. Read on to learn about Molly and her new business.
Real Estate Lingo: Mount Pleasant Edition
In a recent newsletter (and republished on my blog), I offered a list of Charleston Real Estate lingo: Downtown Edition. This month, we are looking at lingo aimed at helping you navigate the real estate scene in Mount Pleasant.
Q3 Report: The Year in Real Estate (so far)
With the advent of October, we have officially entered into the last quarter of 2018. It's been a fantastic year personally, as well as for William Means as a company, but the year's not over yet! Here's a look at some of the highlights of this year in real estate (so far).
I've had a few prospective buyers and Charleston newcomers ask me about Charleston real estate terms, geographic locations, and other lingo that I often take for granted as being widely known and understood. To help those of you who may be curious, here are some terms to help you navigate Charleston real estate conversations.
This time, I'm focusing on Downtown terms--in future newsletter, I'll tackle other parts of town! And, feel free to email me with your questions if there's another term you have heard and are wondering about.
That's all for now!
What Charleston real estate terms have you stumped?