We Can Help You Get It Done in 2015 !
There are no up front fees. Our company is paid out of the sales proceeds only when a transaction closes.
It is imperative that an experienced team guide you through this complicated process. That is why I formed a relationship with Ed Williams, of Seaboard Real Estate& Financial Services, Inc., a specialized real estate and financial services company. Ed has been in the banking and real estate business for over thirty years and he will know how to communicate with your lender or loan servicer. He will take the lead in discussing and learning their particular procedures and requirements to obtain all the approvals needed to make a âshort saleâ work.
Call Ed at 843- 881 1854. If you are calling from outside the area dial 1 800 585 5166. He will be glad to have a discussion with you and explain what needs to be done to get the process started. Please leave a message if he is not in or if it is after hours. These lines go directly to his office.
I have been in the real estate marketing and development business in Charleston for over thirty years. I was head of development and oversaw sales for two major golf course communities in the area. After your talk with Ed I will discuss with you the pricing and marketing strategies of your home through my Seller Services Program. Immediately after we meet and the listing agreement is signed your home will be placed in the multiple listing service with over 3000 member agents and waltermueller.com with twenty-eight affiliated web sites to give your property the most exposure online.
We are not a large operation and only cover the tri county area of Charleston, S.C. - where we have both spent our entire careers. Our combined backgrounds are well suited to help folks that find themselves in this situation due to the economy and the devastation of real estate values across this country. You are not alone; however as daunting a task as this may seem to many homeowners it can be done, even after legal action has begun.
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First inhabited by the Sewee Indians, Mount Pleasant's first English settlers arrived in 1680. One of the earliest maps of the area calls it "North Point." In 1770 Andrew Hibben obtained a ferry charter and bought land from Jacob Motte on the south side of Shem Creek. Hibben's Ferry was the first to connect the town with the city of Charleston. Mount Pleasant SC Short sales are your opportunity to connect to your Mount Pleasant first home.
A newspaper article in 1889 reported, "The health of Mount Pleasant has been unprecedently fine for the past year. The town council expends about $2,000 on the streets and other necessary improvement, and the money is so judiciously applied that Mount Pleasant, in regard to general appearance, is one of the model towns of the state." Mount Pleasant SC short sales are your opporunity to join this great community.
Today, with the crowning achievement of the Ravenel Bridge and Waterfront Park linking Mount Pleasant to Charleston, the town is known for its beautiful communities, great shopping and dining options, and proximity to beaches. Mount Pleasant SC short sales give you the chance you have been waiting for in real estate.
You can find Mount Pleasant SC short sales in all price ranges. With a population of about 58,000, the town recently surpassed Greenville as the fourth largest municipality in the state.
Money Magazine ranked Mount Pleasant at No. 70 in its list of the 100 Best Places to Live in the United States. The current market and Mount Pleasant SC short sales are making it more affordable than ever.
At the heart of Mount Pleasant is the "Old Village," a National Register Historic District with gracious homes from the colonial and antebellum periods. The town is also home to one of the world's largest naval and maritime museum complexes, Patriots Point, which is dominated by the famous World War II aircraft carrier Yorktown and houses several other ships as well. Mount Pleasant is one of the top tourist destinations in South Carolina.