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Don't forget to vote!
October 21, 2020

Don't forget to vote!

November 3 is quickly approaching. I would suggest downloading a sample ballot so that you are prepared when it is your time to vote. www.SCVotes.gov

Check out our 2020 Fall Buyer's Guide
October 20, 2020

Check out our 2020 Fall Buyer's Guide

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The residential real estate market in Charleston and surrounding areas has never been hotter and more competitive, but our Fall 2020 Buyer’s Guide is just the ticket to help you navigate the market. 

Historic Preservation Month
May 20, 2020

Historic Preservation Month

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Did you know that we have a History Room at Mount Pleasant Town Hall? It is open by appointment for research and houses personal collections and photos, as well as historical government documents. We are currently cataloging these materials and will ramp up our efforts to seek additional photos and materials from our residents once the threat from COVID-19 has passed

May 2020 Newsletter Update from The Real Buyer's Agent
May 15, 2020

May 2020 Newsletter Update from The Real Buyer's Agent

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Hope everyone is adjusting to this new normal or temporary abnormal, however you want to look at it! We have some great tips on how to keep you safe during these times, great house projects to boost resale value and an update on the market!

Blessing of the Fleet & Seafood Festival
May 5, 2020

Blessing of the Fleet & Seafood Festival

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The festival pays tribute to Mount Pleasant’s local shrimping and fishing industry, offering a boat parade, live music, craft show, and lots of free activities with the picturesque Ravenel Bridge and Charleston Harbor for a backdrop! The event is scheduled for June 28, 2020, at Mt Pleasant's Waterfront Park.

Gift from the Sea
April 24, 2020

Gift from the Sea

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One of the fun things to do in Mt Pleasant is attend the Blessing of the Fleet at Waterfront Park and it currently scheduled for June 28, 2020. Participants are treated to a boat parade and ceremonial blessing of the shrimp/fishing fleet, savory seafood samplings sold by some of Mount Pleasant’s best restaurants, live music, a craft show, Mount Pleasant Artists Guild art exhibition, Shag and shrimp-eating contests, and family-friendly activities. Admission and activities are free!

History of Mt Pleasant South Carolina
April 16, 2020

History of Mt Pleasant South Carolina

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Captain O’Sullivan was granted 2,340 acres which included not only the island that bears his name, but in addition the property that was to eventually become Mount Pleasant. On the earliest map of this time that this area had been called”North Point.” In 1696 fiftyone new settlers arrived. Each family has been allocated a couple hundred acres within the region which became known as Christ Church parish.