The Pantone color of the year is 280 C also know as Coldwell Banker blue. We work with the best and will brag and say we are the best. Our blue stands for the over 90,000 agents that call Coldwell Banker home. If you are looking for a home or selling one, you deserve the best, Coldwell Banker and us.
We've travelled thousands of miles, covering 2 counties and 9 cities/towns. We have helped buy and sell land, townhouses, condos, interval ownerships and single-family homes of all shapes and sizes. Our clients have been first time home buyers, retirees, relocation referrals and military transfers (Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy). Our clients ranged from Millennials to Baby Boomers: single, recently married, recently divorced, and recently widowed. We confidently saddled up next to them in the front seat of that complex, emotional roller coaster ride called real estate. Some screamed the entire ride, while others laughed. Some cried and some felt sick from the stress. We grabbed their hands and offered support, experience, and the reassurance that we would be with them throughout every aspect of the transaction. To all our present and past clients - thank you for choosing us as your trusted partner on this ride. We look forward to hearing from all of you as we embark on more adventures in the new year to come.
My grandmother used to tell me a story about a little girl and boy that ate too many berries, fell asleep in the forest...like after eating turkey...and then couldn't find their way home in the dark. It wasn't meant to scare me or get me to eat less. She just wanted to entertain me as my eyes closed to take a nap.
Now that Thanksgiving is right around the corner...I feel that “I ate too much turkey syndrome” coming. I think I buy the largest turkey I can find because we have a guess the weight of the turkey contest and think big is better. Each year I say no more fat birds, but each year I feel like that berry eating little girl. I am lost in my own home after eating too much and may never get out.
October means many things to many people. It’s Halloween. As mothers how could we forget that? Costumes and candy and children trading a Tootsie Roll for a Milky Way. No, don’t eat that it’s not wrapped.
October has another meaning. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Our lives have been touched by this terrible disease as have most of our fellow REALTORS®. For quite a few years this has become a cause for our office. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage sponsors the Making Strides Walk that this year will be on October 27th at North Charleston River Front Park
Here we hope to pass on useful information, share some of our thoughts and tricks of the trade, broach subjects that you may have questions about and share our day to day.
All 3 of us are available almost 24/7, we do sleep some, but our goal is to be of service to you, our clients and friends.