Sloane Realty Blog

Friday, October 8, 2021

What’s Going on in the Charleston Real Estate Market?
Property Management Blog The real estate market in Charleston has been HOT, maybe even too hot?! Not only has the number of home sales increased steadily over the past year, but the average median annual home price increase has tripled to 16%, meaning your home is potentially worth 3 times more now than it was in years prior. If you are wondering what is causing ...

 

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

It’s Fall in Charleston—Here is 5 Fun Things You Can Do!
Property Management Blog The weather is cooling off ever so slightly, leaves are changing and falling...dare I say it is actually enjoyable to be outside? Hooray for less than 100% humidity! Fall is here! It’s time to get outside and enjoy the nice days while exploring Charleston! Read on for 5 fun things to do around Charleston for the Fall season! 1. Boon...

 

Friday, September 3, 2021

HOORAY for Labor Day!
Property Management Blog Labor Day is that Monday in September when you get the day off from work (for most of us). Generally this means no questions are asked, right?! But do you know why we celebrate Labor Day and how it became a holiday? Let’s dig into the history!HISTORY: Labor Day became a movement in 1882 when Americans were working 12 hours a day, 7 ...

 

Friday, August 27, 2021

The Eviction Moratorium is Over; What Happens Now?
Property Management Blog The situation regarding evictions has changed!  The United States Supreme Court overturned the eviction moratorium yesterday. This means we will be filing evictions next week.  If you are one of our delinquent tenants (we are very lucky there are so few :-)--most of our tenants are awesome) there are three ways to avoid evi...

 

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

How to Get Help With Paying Your Rent
Property Management Blog Has COVID-19 affected your ability to pay your rent or utilities? Do you live in Berkeley or Charleston county? If you answered YES to these questions, there is an easy way to solve your problem! The Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program is federally funded and able to assist if you are needing help paying your rent and utilities (ele...

 

Friday, January 10, 2020

Resolving the Resolution
Property Management Blog 2020 is here, and the “new year, new me” posts have made their way back into all of our newsfeeds, many of them looking familiar. I’ll admit that I have committed to becoming a gym rat for every round of new year’s resolutions that I can remember, yet I somehow always end up being more of a snack rat instead. Why i...

 

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

The Holidays are Coming...
Property Management Blog ...and we’re sure many of you have already started preparing. As wonderful as the holidays are, there is also a lot of stress that revolves around holiday shopping, decorating, and getting everything prepared to ensure a smooth and successful holiday with your loved ones. To help alleviate some of that stress, we have outlined a 5 t...

 

Thursday, December 5, 2019

'Tis the Season to be Freezin'
Property Management Blog Things have really cooled off in the Lowcountry!  While we are not experiencing nearly the freezing temperatures that much of the rest of the country has had to face, we want to give you the following tips on protecting your home during cold spells and any possible freezes.  The links included in this article are for illustrativ...

 

Thursday, December 5, 2019

The Joy of Giving!
Property Management Blog It is nearly impossible to live in Charleston without developing a deep affection for this vibrant community and our beautiful city, and there are many ways to give back and get involved! In keeping with the spirit of the holidays, we want to highlight some of the charities that share our dedication to helping individuals of all kinds fin...

 

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving!!
Property Management Blog Thanksgiving is a rather controversial holiday, all things considered.  I do not mean to imply that there are people who do not like it or who object to it in principle, far from it.  I have never heard anybody say that they think Thanksgiving is offensive or ought to be banned.  Still, there are many arguments that revolve...

 


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