Hilton Head Real Estate News: June 2018

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LONG COVE CLUB EARNS TOP HONORS FOR SERVICE

Hilton Head Island’s Long Cove Club has been awarded the prestigious Distinguished Club award from BoardRoom magazine, one of the most respected trade publications serving private clubs.

The merit-based award honors clubs that operate at the highest standards, rating them using a club-specific evaluation of the clubs, their managements and their staff. The rating system helps the magazine recognize the top private clubs based on member experience, the most important service they provide.

“We’d like to congratulate Long Cove Club for earning Distinguished Club status.” said John Fornano, publisher of BoardRoom magazine. “Special recognition goes out to Long Cove Club’s general manager, Leon Crimmins, as well as the club’s board of directors, leadership team and entire staff for their efforts in providing an excellent member experience.”

Long Cove Club was established as a premier private residential community on Hilton Head in 1981 and includes a world-class Pete Dye golf course, state-of-the-art tennis and pickleball courts and a marina on Broad Creek. For more information about the community, go to www.longcoveclub.com.

Margaritaville Hilton Head

MARGARITAVILLE UNVEILS MODEL HOMES

Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head will hold a grand opening of nine model homes from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 30 with island-style live music, entertainment, food and giveaways. The model homes include villas ranging from 1,558 square feet to 1,862 square feet. All have two bedrooms, a den or hobby room, two bathrooms, a covered lanai and a two-car garage. Villa pricing starts at $243,990. Single-family home models range from 2,080 square feet to 2,564 square feet and feature two to three bedrooms,  a den, a two- or three-car garage, two- to three-and-a-half baths and a covered lanai. Pricing starts at $293,990.

SCHAFFER JOINS CHARTER ONE

Charter One Realty has added real estate agent Tierra Schaffer, who will partner with longtime real estate professionals Monica Davis and Becky Herman of Herman & Davis Properties.

LOCAL CEO COMPLETES DISNEY COURSE

Colette Stevenson, CEO of Multiple Listing Service of Hilton Head, has completed the Disney Institute course on quality service. The Disney Institute encourages enrollees to adapt Disney business insights to improve their own organizations. HHIMLS facilitates more than $3.5 billion annual property transactions. Stevenson is one of a few MLS leaders from around the country who have completed CMLX3, the highest level of training.