Investing in the Charleston area
I am looking to buy investment property. Can you help me?
Yes. Jane knows the process. She owns investment properties herself. She knows
how important it is to find a "good deal" and how to help you create a plan to
manage the property.
There are many opportunities and reasons to invest in property
in Charleston, SC. Jane can help parents find the perfect spot for a child
attending school in Charleston. Dorm room costs have increased dramatically over
the last several years. In many cases, it is possible to find an investment
that will cash flow and potentially, over time provide a good return.
Estate: Investment Property for students attending Medical
You did it! Thank you for all you did to bring the closing together for
William and Charles's condo. You were a great advocate for us, and we all
really appreciate it.
The greater Charleston area climbed to 11th in the
Milken Institute's “Best-Performing Cities 2011”
rankings from 19th last year—and 30th the year before.
Charleston has been tagged as one of the economically healthiest
metropolitan statistical areas in the country.
Milken Institute – December 2011
Looking for a
second home or retirement retreat? Surrounding historic Charleston, S.C., waterfront communities at
Folly Beach, Edisto Island and Awendaw/McClellanville offer
outstanding investment opportunities, as well as, downtown
If you have a
property that qualifies for a
1031 exchange (Starker exchange), we can help you locate a
"like-kind" property and complete the procedure. A 1031 tax-deferred
exchange allows the investor to reinvest the federal capital gains
and defer the payment of the tax that would normally be due on the
sale. We can work with your exchange agent on the sale of your
property as well as locating and acquiring an exchange property
within the 180 day time limit. Contact
real estate agent, Jane Dowd, for more details. Thank you for your
interest in luxury homes and waterfront property in Charleston,
South Carolina USA.
Looking for a
Looking for Investment real estate? With home prices shrinking from
fever-pitch highs, a new breed of real-estate investor is eclipsing
the speculator: the landlord. To survive the experience, the first
step is to find a good tenant. For the first time in years
rents are on the rise. Charleston is a great venue if you are
considering investing in a college town. Charleston is home to
the College of Charleston, The Medical University of South Carolina
and the Charleston School of Law.
Where does South Carolina rank when it
comes to taxes? According to the Tax Foundation, South
Carolina's average State and Local Total Tax Burden
is 35th in the nation.
Who loves small business best?
As with Wyoming, low electricity and
gas taxes help explain why South Carolina places in the top 10.
While the personal income tax is high, other taxes are not. "It's
a right-to-work state," Kerrigan says. "Low unemployment taxes and
health care costs are real positives." CNNMoney.com.
Folly Beach Homes
Folly Beach is a pristine barrier island 15 miles from downtown
Charleston, with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean along its
six miles of beachfront. Nicknamed "The Edge of America" for its
scenic location and low-key lifestyle, Folly Beach is primarily a
residential community with beach homes nestled among a breezy oak and palmetto-shaded
interior, with miles of inland frontage along river, tidal creek and
salt marsh estuary.
Edisto Beach Homes
Edisto Island, 45 minutes south of downtown Charleston, is an
historic barrier island featuring elegant antebellum plantation
homes, quaint country churches and modern beachfront homes. Largely uncomericialized, without a single traffic light, the island borders
the Atlantic Ocean and the
intracoastal waterway, with golf and
tennis clubs and deep-sea boating charters well-situated in a
natural setting of moss-covered oaks, tidal creeks, and sandy
The Awendaw/McClellanville area is 35 miles north of downtown
Charleston, surrounded by 350,000 acres of the Cape Romain National
Wildlife Refuge, the Santee Coastal Reserve, and the Francis Marion
National Forest. A combination of modern gated communities such as
Romain Retreat and Bulls Bay Overlook, as well as the historic
fishing village of McClellanville, the pristine, uncongested area
offers magnificent vistas of sea islands, tidal estuaries, oak-lined
marshes and creeks, and open bays.
Homes - Several pages dedicated to Sullivan's Island.