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Our thoughts and prayers have been with all the residents of North Carolina, South Carolina and all those hit by hurricane Florence. As you return to your homes, use this checklist to help assess the effects of the storm on your home:
Review Documented Valuables
If you took inventory of your home’s valuables before the storm, be sure to document the condition of each item after the storm. If flooding has taken place in your area, contact your insurance company with a list of damaged items and home structure damage to begin work on your claims.
We are two months into hurricane season and the rains have only just begun. As the forecast darkens, does your home have what it takes to ride out the storm? See the tips below to ensure your home is ready for hurricane season.
Many people hesitate to speak with a Lender or get Pre-Approved before they start house shopping. But should you start the Pre-Approval Process first? Below are a few reasons it may be wise to consider your mortgage loan before speaking to an agent or seller:
Buying a Home? Selling a Home? We Can Help You!
Here at Drew Sineath & Associates, we have over 20 years of experience in helping people buy and sell homes in the Charleston area. Charleston is a hot market! With increasingly more people moving here for jobs, or because they vacationed here and fell in love with the area, having professional exposure is all the more important. What does this mean exactly? Below are a few ways of how a real estate agent can add to your home's value or aid in your home search.
7 Ways using an Agent for Buying New Construction can Benefit You!
Are you looking to buy a home?
You may have heard that we're in a "Seller's Market". What does this mean exactly?
Is Your A/C Ready for the Summer Heat?
In Charleston, Summer weather starts in the Spring! With the heat on the rise, make sure you're doing these three things to keep your A/C running cool. These tips can also save you money by increasing the efficiency of your A/C.
When you think of today's housing market, are your insights positive? According to the numbers, most Americans are confident in the market! According to Fannie Mae, consumer confidence in housing rose to its highest level in April. 45% of non-homeowners say they plan to purchase a home in the next 5 years, while just 22% of homeowners say they plan on selling (CNBC). New listings inventory is up 10% from this time last year, but overall home inventory is down from a year ago.