Real Estate

Beware the real estate scammer

1 / February 13, 2013 9:09 pm

By Will McCullough While the modern real estate industry uses a wide range of “checks and balances” to protect individuals from fraud, the common utilization of digital marketing in today’s world has opened the door to creative scammers, con-men and […]

Attorneys, lenders and cool shades

0 / July 26, 2012 6:00 am

By Will McCullough I only buy cheap sunglasses. I mean really cheap. We’re talking single digits. The reason I only purchase the most inexpensive shades possible is because I have a track record, which spans decades, of quickly breaking them. […]

Free: Beachfront lot with incredible views

0 / July 12, 2012 5:53 am

By Will McCullough As someone who supports his family solely via the selling of property in the Beaufort area, I’ve had to step out of my comfort zone this time in order to focus on a local piece of real […]

The (extra) cost of doing business

0 / June 27, 2012 9:41 pm

By Will McCullough Have you ever planned to contribute to the local economy by purchasing something you really wanted only to be surprised by extra, seemingly unexplainable, expenses? No, I’m not talking about feeding the parking meters while shopping along […]

Protect the clumsy and hide the secrets

Protect the clumsy and hide the secrets

0 / June 18, 2012 12:00 pm

By Will McCullough A few days ago, I was previewing a home with another agent. (I won’t give her name.  I’ll just say that she’s one of the two people in the picture that accompanies this column and, chivalrously, leave […]

If not you, who?

0 / May 31, 2012 12:44 am

By Will McCullough When considering putting your property on the market, I think it’s very important that you interview at least two or three potential listing agents. In the Beaufort area, there are literally hundreds of licensed real estate agents […]

Buying local foreclosures

0 / May 17, 2012 8:21 am

By Will McCullough Approximately 15 years ago, I found myself standing on a ladder leaned against our first ever “investment property” — a foreclosed brick home in the Burton area. I was absolutely exhausted, having spent the entire day scrubbing […]

It never hurts to ask

0 / May 3, 2012 1:24 am

By Will McCullough Deena and I have two kids, a daughter named Keara and a son named Cooper. Being kids, they’ll often ask for something that catches their mom and me a bit off guard. For example, one of the […]

Believe, but verify

0 / April 19, 2012 7:45 am

By Will McCullough I was enjoying a little down time at the beach with Deena and the kids the other day when I watched a small group of children, walking a bit ahead of their father, discover a partially submerged […]

Price adjustment: A tough choice

0 / April 4, 2012 9:17 pm

By Will McCullough There’s been a common theme in my conversations with other local real estate agents lately. I won’t bore you with numerous quotes but, in general, the theme goes something like this: “I haven’t been this busy since […]