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I am a long time local who grew up in this area. Needless to say I know the area, and the changes it has gone through. I am active in keeping up with the future changes and improvements in our local areas. I have my Batchlors in Science, and have taken many advanced trainings in many fields. I have ... Read More
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Hi, my name is Robin Harding Baswell and I have been a long time local of the Lake Norman area for over 20 years! I have seen it grow from farmlands to one of the most desirable locations outside of The Greater Charlotte area. I have raised 4 children in the Lake Norman School district and know ... Read More
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Hey, I amĀ  very GRATEFUL to be a Realtor in the Myrtle Beach Area and be a part of the Myrtle Beach Real Estate Team. I am a native of North Myrtle Beach and have been a Realtor in the area since 2008. I was fortunate to grow up in the Myrtle Beach area and see the Grand Strand ... Read More
Current Homes for Sale
Horry County
Community # Price Range
Conway 352 $20k - $2.8m
Garden City Beach 25 $135k - $3.9m
Little River 212 $150k - $3.8m
Murrells Inlet 124 $50k - $6.0m
Myrtle Beach 763 $30k - $6.5m
North Myrtle Beach 123 $70k - $3.5m
Surfside Beach 50 $330k - $2.0m
Iredell County
Community # Price Range
Bay Crossing 4 $699k - $5.2m
Mallard Head 2 $550k - $590k
The Farms 3 $630k - $910k
The Harbour at the Pointe 2 $785k - $4.2m
The Point 9 $1.4m - $6.0m
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

3 Questions to Ask Before Buying Your Dream Home

If you are debating purchasing a home right now, you are probably getting a lot of advice. Though your friends and family will have your best interest at heart, they may not be fully aware of your needs and what is currently happening in the real ...  Read More

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Will Increasing Mortgage Rates Impact Home Prices?

There are some who are calling for a decrease in home prices should mortgage interest rates begin to rise rapidly. Intuitively, this makes sense as the cost of a home is determined by the price of the home, plus the cost of financing that home. If ...  Read More