Dear Friends, New Visitors, Customers, and Clients,
Busy spring with new Islanders
With one of the busiest spring real estate seasons we've seen in years our visitors are jumping in the car of their favorite Realtors to go find a good one before they are all gone. Coupled with affordable prices and incredibly low mortgage rates buyers are not waiting until their next visit.
Pricing is so good
We had a buyer step up recently on one of our properties and pay 96% of asking price...of course they started lower, but knew this was a chance of a lifetime type property. We have had a few properties where we were bidding with other buyers...and my clients all know I hate to lose!
Ideas for your Summer visit
Enjoy this summer on Hilton Head and if you need some double top secret things for fun, just email Jane for great ideas for your visit...
Go on a Dolphin Tour and get out on the water
Go visit Salty Dog Village for a fun time
Go with the family to a golf clinic with our best, Doug Weaver
Go to Harbourfest and watch the fireworks
Go to Harbourtown and sit under the oak with Greg Russell
Go to a Reggae Party at the Old Boat House
Go get some farm to table produce at our Farmers Market
Go on a Turtle Walk and Talk with Coastal Discovery Museum
Go with us to see just one of our best buys before you leave
As always, thanks for your referrals.
We appreciate Thad, Dana, Don, Tracy, Belinda sending us 5 referrals recently. We promise to you that we will provide exceptional service as we discover great properties together. Thanks again and we welcome new visitors, past clients and friends to send us just 5!
All the best,
Robbie Bunting & Jane Hyers
|Hurricanes on the east coast + Hilton Head's Unique Location|
For a six-month period starting on June 1, hurricane season is now upon us. In a recent statement National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Jane Lubchenco said, "NOAA's outlook predicts a less-active season compared to recent years. But regardless of the outlook, it's vital for anyone living or vacationing in hurricane-prone locations to be prepared." For hurricane updates visit the NOAA Hurricane Center at www.nhc.noaa.gov and below we have a short video below. Read the rest of this entry