If you are going to attend the First Earth Day Festival on Hilton Head this Saturday April 2nd – 11am to 5pm at the Shelter Cove Community Park go to this link and add the number of tickets you need Free Earth Day Tickets. They will be $5.00 at the gate or free if you print them from you home computer….Have fun!
This family friendly event will celebrate the natural environment, Hilton Head Island’s signature attraction, provide tools to care for it sustainably, and kick off the island wide residential recycling initiative! In 1970, United States Senator Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day as an environmental teach in to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment. Earth Day is now celebrated in more than 175 countries. Experience Green’s Earth Day Celebration will provide experiential learning activities for attendees of all ages. The Green Resource Expo will showcase resources to support green business and living, there will be celebration entertainment, a climbing wall, and an opportunity for attendees to pledge their commitment to recycle
April 1st is tomorrow and with it comes no surprises. Hilton Head real estate sellers that go to market will get sold. Last week we sold 11 properties and almost every week the number increases in the selling season. If you are a seller and wondering why you are seeing few or no buyers, value is directly related to showings. If you have few showings, but no offers, your value may be a little off. If you have no showings your value is really off. When a seller sees lots of buyers and agents in and out of their property, chances are they will sell soon. Read the rest of this entry
Sellers have the option of waiting for a purchaser before they make a move or we can help them get creative and move faster. As the market has changed, new opportunities have popped up including selling high, buying low, trading and building on Hilton Head Island. Many of our sellers are taking advantage of these timing opportunities to make their move and they are saving money and time.
In the past few transactions, I have submitted offers that sellers chose not to counter. Now hear me out. I understand the philosophy of starting too low and educating my buyer on how to purchase property by making a reasonable first offer. The problem is that these purchasers have been pre-conditioned by the news that they should be rewarded in this current real estate market and want to make a lower initial offer in order to “stick their toe in the water”. With good available inventory, a seller should almost always offer a coutesy counter to detemine the true intentions of the buyer and not run them off to another property. Read the rest of this entry