Buying a home is a complicated process, and there are many things you have to think about even before you begin visiting open houses and applying for pre-approved loans.
Each open house impacts two groups of people, the seller and potential buyers. No matter which of these categories you fall into, you will want to prepare for the open house with these tips.
We are proud of our talented team at The Parker Group. Get to know our lead residential agent, Robert Boozer. About Robert Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, Robert Boozer has been involved in real estate and development for many years. He attended Clemson University and graduated with a degree in Management. After graduating,…Details
The Parker Group has been helping buyers, sellers, and investors in Greenville for years get the most value out of their real estate transactions. Now, we are pleased to announce the introduction of our property management services as well. Expert Property Management Services Leasing your property is a great way to earn extra income and…Details
Our Downtown project, M West, was completed recently. This three-phase development brought The Parker Group many interesting challenges.
President Trump’s promised update of the United States’ tax code became a reality when the Senate approved its drastic changes in late December 2017. The massive overhaul — the largest in more than 30 years — leaves many current and potential homeowners in South Carolina wondering what it means to them. Below are several key…Details
Recently, The Parker Group’s Downtown project, West Park and Townes, was completed and all units went under contract. The project was a tricky one, building a new townhome development in a historic neighborhood.
After emerging from the economic recession and collapse of the housing bubble in the late 2000s, the U.S. housing market has bounced back with remarkable strength and has shown steady growth for several consecutive years. Data suggests that this recovery is projected to continue into 2018 and beyond.
Greenville and the surrounding areas have seen a great deal of development and revitalization over the past several years—and we have urban infill initiatives to thank for a lot of the area’s growth. For real estate investors thinking about building a new residential property, urban infill offers an environmentally friendly and viable alternative. At The…Details
Unlike a monthly rental payment, the money that you put toward a mortgage is a long-term investment, making home ownership a wise financial decision for many. If you’re a current renter who’s thinking about diving into homeownership, there are a few things you should do before you begin the home buying process.