Attention buyers – this is a great opportunity to purchase a 2231 sf home with 5 bedrooms, including a 1 bedroom ground level apartment only 15 minutes from Downtown Charleston. Elevated concrete block foundation, 2+ car drive-under garage featuring a separate enclosed workshop, a beautiful 0.81 acre cleared, sodded and landscaped lot only 15 minutes to Downtown Charleston.. great investment and residential purchase opportunity. Walk to Sweeney’s, The Fat Hen, Angel Oak Animal Hospital, Johns Island Tool Rental, Lane Commercial Center, Fieldstone Center, Blue Flame Propane, etc. Click here for more information!
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PO Box 1182 Johns Island, SC 29457-1182
Built by Pulte Homes in prestigious Essex at Carolina Bay, this home features many upgrades. Why wait for your home to be built when you can buy a premium upgraded move-in ready home that’s only about 1 year old?
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What Home Buyers Really Want in 2013
reprinted from Daily Real Estate News | Monday, March 04, 2013
Home buying shopping cart – what home buyers want in 2013
Home buyers want energy efficiency, according to a new study released by the National Association of Home Builders titled, “What Home Buyers Really Want.” Four of the top-ranked home features involve saving energy. For example, 94 percent of buyers surveyed say they want energy-star rated appliances. Ninety-one percent said they want the whole home to boast an energy-star rating. What’s more, 89 percent said they wanted energy-star rated windows and 88 percent desire ceiling fans, according to the survey.
Home buyers are also paying more attention to the laundry room in homes. Fifty-seven percent consider a laundry room “essential” in a home and nearly every home buyer surveyed say they want one in their home. Organization is also big for home buyers. All ranking high on their wish-lists: A linen closet in the bathroom, space in the garage to put sports equipment and gardening tools, and a walk-in pantry in the kitchen.
Meanwhile, what do buyers show little preference for? About 43 percent say they do not want a two-story family room, and 38 percent say they don’t want a two-story entry foyer. More buyers view these open spaces as less energy efficient, so they’re no longer as highly rated.
Source: “What Do Home Buyers Really Want?” RISMedia (March 3, 2013)