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Last updated: April 6, 2020 • Real Estate, Spotlight

City of Fort Mill, South Carolina

Did you know that the state of South Carolina is nicknamed the Palmetto State? Not only because the palmetto tree is predominantly present in the state. But, the palmetto tree featured on the state flag is a reminder of Colonel Moultrie’s heroic defense of the palmetto-log fort on Sullivan’s Island. The British fleet attack on …

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Last updated: April 2, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate Trends

An Unwelcome Guest: Keeping COVID-19 Out of Your Home

Unless your primary residence happens to be under a rock, chances are you have heard of the COVID-19 or “Coronavirus”. This mysterious, much discussed but only partially understood virus has been the talk of TV news segments, periodicals and social media since it’s inception. While many didn’t take the virus seriously in its early days, …

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Last updated: April 2, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate Trends

Best Places to Buy a Vacation Home around the World

So you’re looking for a place to buy a vacation home. Maybe you’ve just gotten a big return on an investment and you want to put the money into something tangible that you can enjoy. Maybe you already have a vacation home, but want to broaden your horizons, so you have more options when it …

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Last updated: April 2, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate Trends

Recession-proof cities

This title may sound like the title of an upcoming Science Fiction bestseller. If you have a wild imagination, you may even envision the perfect society – large remote cities, like old fortresses, only with a lot more technology and their own currency, sheltering populations under very strict economic and moral laws. However, what makes …

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Last updated: March 25, 2020 • Real Estate, Real Estate Investing

Real Estate Niche – Foreign Investors

As 5 o’ clock draws nearer, the streets of Manhattan are bustling with activity. Businessmen scurry back and forth,  trying to make it to meetings before the corporate world clocks out. Street vendors are hawking their wares, and artists are selling mixtapes and strumming guitars on the sidewalk. High above this busy street scene, a …

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