Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Explaining today’s real estate inventory shortage: Consumer confidence and competitive market theories fall flat | Inman News





Inventory in the Charleston, SC area over the last year has the lowest that I have seen in the 12 years that I have been taking care of Buyers and Sellers.  This article shares some potential theories...



Explaining today’s real estate inventory shortage: Consumer confidence and competitive market theories fall flat | Inman News



I have thought sometime that the First Time Home Buyer Credit could be at play since some Buyers who took advantage of that opportunity are nervous about the payback requirement so they are waiting to sell and buy again.  I have also thought that since so many homeowners were underwater that they may have refinanced to a lower interest rate  making them very comfortable in their home for awhile or that that some in that position may have taken advantage of a number of  Federal programs allowing them to have a portion of their principle forgiven which may keep them in their homes longer.



One thing is for sure...there are far more buyers than sellers in some places in the Charleston SC area and that is impacting prices!



If I can help with any of your Real Estate needs in the Charleston area I hope that you will contact me at 843-442-2219 or you can visit my website Your Charleston SC Area Home to browse and get additional information.  I would love to help you find your special place in this place that I have called home all of my life!

Thursday, March 20, 2014

One Shining Moment , NCAA March Madness...Like Real Estate?





Today at 12:57, Spring will arrive and what do I think about when Spring arrives?  No, not birds, not flowers budding, I think about the NCAA Tournament. 

I am not a North Carolina Tar Heel fan, but I do love the tournament, Luther Vandross, and this, my favorite version of the end of tournament tribute that is played each year.  I also love the TOURNAMENT...the event that brings so many people together from every corner of the country, and from every walk of life.  This annual event breaks the barriers of color, of socioeconomic divisions, of generations, and of genders. 

As a residential Realtor in the Charleston SC area, I think that my love of competition has served me well in taking good care of my clients...Not that I believe that all real estate business is about competition, but like the students who give everything to reach their dream of playing in this amazing tournament, I think that it is my job to do all that I can to help my clients realize their dream of home ownership or their dream of realizing their financial plans by selling a home or purchasing an investment property.

I would love to help you to...Not with your brackets, but with your real estate needs!

Find Your Charleston SC Area Home

Cheryll Woods-Flowers, Coldwell Banker United Realtors

cflowers@woodsflowers.com

843-442-2219

One Shining Moment , NCAA March Madness...Like Real Estate?





Today at 12:57, Spring will arrive and what do I think about when Spring arrives?  No, not birds, not flowers budding, I think about the NCAA Tournament. 



I am not a North Carolina Tar Heel fan, but I do love the tournament, Luther Vandross, and this, my favorite version of the end of tournament tribute that is played each year.  I also love the TOURNAMENT...the event that brings so many people together from every corner of the country, and from every walk of life.  This annual event breaks the barriers of color, of socioeconomic divisions, of generations, and of genders. 



As a residential Realtor in the Charleston SC area, I think that my love of competition has served me well in taking good care of my clients...Not that I believe that all real estate business is about competition, but like the students who give everything to reach their dream of playing in this amazing tournament, I think that it is my job to do all that I can to help my clients realize their dream of home ownership or their dream of realizing their financial plans by selling a home or purchasing an investment property.



I would love to help you to...Not with your brackets, but with your real estate needs!



Find Your Charleston SC Area Home



Cheryll Woods-Flowers, Coldwell Banker United Realtors

cflowers@woodsflowers.com

843-442-2219

One Shining Moment , NCAA March Madness...Like Real Estate?





Today at 12:57, Spring will arrive and what do I think about when Spring arrives?  No, not birds, not flowers budding, I think about the NCAA Tournament. 



I am not a North Carolina Tar Heel fan, but I do love the tournament, Luther Vandross, and this, my favorite version of the end of tournament tribute that is played each year.  I also love the TOURNAMENT...the event that brings so many people together from every corner of the country, and from every walk of life.  This annual event breaks the barriers of color, of socioeconomic divisions, of generations, and of genders. 



As a residential Realtor in the Charleston SC area, I think that my love of competition has served me well in taking good care of my clients...Not that I believe that all real estate business is about competition, but like the students who give everything to reach their dream of playing in this amazing tournament, I think that it is my job to do all that I can to help my clients realize their dream of home ownership or their dream of realizing their financial plans by selling a home or purchasing an investment property.



I would love to help you to...Not with your brackets, but with your real estate needs!



Find Your Charleston SC Area Home



Cheryll Woods-Flowers, Coldwell Banker United Realtors

cflowers@woodsflowers.com

843-442-2219

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Remembering The Things That Are Important...

Today is one of those days...One of those days that we will all remember exactly where we were, what we were doing, and what we did until we put the day away with fitfull sleep. Like September 21st 1989 when Hugo came calling, like November 22, 1963 when President Kennedy died, and like January 28th, 1986 when the Challenger disappeared from the sky...we will always remember, and we will grieve. We will grieve for those who suffered innocently and we will grieve for our innocence...Our innocence before these days with harsh realities of suffering beyond measure. On those days, I doubt that anyone was worried about their jobs, petty differences, the price of gas, or our fave sports team's record. We only thought about how much we treasured those who are important to us and cried for the people who were lost and who lost things. The memories of grieving on those days will fade each year...hopefully the way that we felt on those days never will.