Category Archives: Residential

S.C. home prices up to $182,100

The number of homes sold in South Carolina last month jumped 9.3% to 7,674, and the median price increased 5.1% to $182,100, compared with May 2015. New listings increased 5% to 10,714, and pending sales fell 2.4% to 7,038.

North Charleston committee says Flats at Mixson not up to code

The Flats at Mixson apartment complex was completed in June 2014 for about $21.8 million. A North Charleston committee decided Monday that the apartment complex is not up to code and should be evacuated. (Photo/Ashley Heffernan)

North Charleston’s Public Safety and Housing Committee unanimously agreed Monday afternoon that The Flats at Mixson apartment complex is not up to code. The three-person committee gave the complex’s owner 180 days to bring the buildings into compliance.

Engineers disagree on structural safety of Flats at Mixson

The future of a 2-year-old apartment complex in North Charleston hinges on a city committee decision and a lawsuit over the buildings’ construction. The Flats at Mixson — a 10-building, 268-unit apartment complex at 4500-4501 Mixson Ave. in the Park

S.C. home flippers see 58% return on investment in first quarter

In Charleston County, 65 homes were flipped — purchased and resold within a year — during the first quarter, at an average profit of $85,000, according to RealtyTrac. Berkeley County flips profited $62,500; Dorchester County flips grossed $36,900.

Del Webb planning 1,000-home senior community in Nexton development

Del Webb is planning a 1,000-home community for seniors in the Nexton development, according to a news release. Del Webb Nexton will include a 25,000-square-foot clubhouse, tennis and pickle ball courts, and indoor and outdoor pools on 350 acres. Home

Investors purchase North Charleston apartment complex for $22.5 million

A North Charleston apartment complex was sold recently for $22.5 million.Virginia-based Kettler Inc. and New York-based real estate investment company The Stillman Group purchased Jamison Park Apartments from Middle Street Partners, according to a news release Thursday from the new

S.C.’s median home price highest in more than a decade, Realtors group says

2015 was the best year for residential real estate in South Carolina since the Great Recession ended in 2009, according to a year-end market report from the S.C. Association of Realtors. Nearly 72,000 homes were purchased across the Palmetto State