Will 2017 be the year you sell your DeBordieu Colony home?
The quick answer: yes, if you price it right.
Right now people all across the country are in the middle of making the decision of whether or not to sell this year. In my opinion, with a renewed sense of confidence, wealthy republicans (pretty much South Carolina’s target market) are going to have a new spring in their step, and will decide, with President Trump in the White House, NOW is the time.
It will start in our target areas in states like Virginia, Georgia, and North Carolina with consumers putting their primary residences on the market while they search up and down the coastal areas for the perfect place. The top requirement for most of them:
1) Short distance to grandchildren (which is one of the reasons people are choosing SC over Florida.
2) Natural Amenities like beaches and rivers
3) Security, both financially in a proven community that’s been around a while, and physically with a 24/7 manned security gate.
DeBordieu Colony is primed to welcome these buyers with open arms. But while we will see the volume of buyers pick up, these cautious buyers will not want to overpay for their property. So your home must be priced right, taking its age and condition into account, along with the competition in other Pawleys Island area communities like The Reserve, Pawleys Plantation, Willbrook, Litchfield Plantation, and Heritage.
If you, or someone you know, is interested in having a conversation about whether or not this is the right time to sell, please call or text me, 843-455-4523 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to speaking with you!
With 30 years of real estate sales and marketing experience in DeBordieu Colony and the Pawleys Island area, Troi Kaz offers an unparalleled level of knowledge, service, and trust to her clients. Working with Troi in your next real estate transaction will insure smooth sailing from start to finish. And with her sense of humor and enthusiasm, you’ll have a lot of fun along the way! Troi is very active in Pawleys Island area as a member of the Pawleys Island Litchfield Business Association, and in the Georgetown County Cultural Council. When she’s not showing property, out in the boat, or painting, you’ll find her blogging, posting and tweeting about DeBordieu Colony, Pawleys Island, Georgetown, and Murrells Inlet. Troi and her husband, Jeff Kaz, live in Pawleys Island where Jeff is the General Manager of DeBordieu Club. They have two children: Kelly an avid golfer and sophomore at Clemson, and Joseph, a music composer living in Washington, DC. A graduate of the University of South Carolina with a BA in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, Troi brings a special marketing edge to the needs of her clients.