Hilton Head Real Estate News: March 2018

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ALLIANCE GROUP WELCOMES TWO

The Alliance Group Realty recently welcomed Grant Evans and Heather Nix to its sales team. Evans practiced chiropractic medicine for 30 years in Ohio before moving to Hilton Head Island in 2014. He has built more than a dozen homes in the Lowcountry and plans to concentrate on general brokerage. Nix is a licensed Realtor and has lived in Bluffton for more than 20 years. She is co-owner of May River Flooring.

EVANS JOINS CHARTER ONE

Lisa EvansCharter One Realty recently welcomed Lisa Evans to its sales team. Evans has worked in the real estate industry for most of her career. She is consistently a top-producing agent in the area, closing more than $100 million in sales throughout her career. Evans will work out of Charter One’s office in Calhoun Street Promenade in Old Town Bluffton.

WEICHERT PROMOTES JONES

Weichert Realtors Coastal Properties recently promoted Bob Jones to sales manager at the company’s Beaufort office. Jones joined Weichert as a licensed real estate agent in 2015 and earned his South Carolina broker’s license two years later.

In his new position, Jones will be responsible for new agent recruitment and professional development, as well as agent business planning and coaching. He will also help agents in the Beaufort office turn Weichert Lead Network sales leads and referral sources into closed transactions.

COUPLE JOINS CENTURY 21 DIAMOND REALTY

Jolene and Luke LesicJolene and Luke Lesic have joined the Century 21 Diamond Realty team as sales agents. Originally from Pittsburgh, the Lesics have vacationed on Hilton Head Island since the 1970s. Jolene has worked in accounting, marketing, commercial real estate property management and human resources. Luke has served 32 years in law enforcement, including as the range master in charge of firearms training for Allegheny County.

CORA BETT THOMAS REALTY NAMES TOP SC AGENTS

Harriett Willson Bosiack2Cora Bett Thomas Realty & Associates recognized Beth Bohmert as top residential sales agent and Harriett Willson Bosiack as top transactional agent in South Carolina for 2017. Bohmert and Bosiack were honored at the company’s annual broker’s breakfast in January at Palmetto Bluff.

Bohmert has been with Cora Bett Thomas Realty since 2008. Bohmert represents clients as an associate broker, buying and selling luxury properties in Beaufort, Bluffton and throughout the Lowcountry. Prior to becoming a broker, Bohmert worked as a commodities broker on Wall Street and then as a foreign currency trader with the Royal Bank of Canada.

Bosiack has more than 20 years of real estate experience, representing clients in the Lowcountry, as well as Northern Virginia; Washington, D.C.; and suburban Maryland. She is a member of Historic Beaufort Foundation, Beaufort Chamber of Commerce, Junior League, St. Helena’s Church, National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Colonial Dames and Daughters of the American Revolution.

DUNES REAL ESTATE HONORS LONGTIME REALTOR

ken oliverKen Oliver has earned Dunes Real Estate’s distinction as top listing agent, top sales agent and top producing agent for 2017. The company has named him the top listing and/or selling agent for 32 of the past 39 years.

HGTV PICKS PALMETTO BLUFF FOR NEW SMART HOME

Palmetto Bluff is the location of this year’s HGTV Smart Home. The new 2,850-square-foot home will feature three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, with an aesthetic best described as elevated Southern style. Smart technology and clever design solutions abound, from a hidden gaming and virtual reality room to smart window tint that can change opacity with the touch of a button. The HGTV Smart Home 2018 grand prize winner will receive the residence and all its furnishings, a 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC 350e MATIC Plug-In Hybrid, and $100,000 provided by national mortgage lender Quicken Loans.

MURPHY JOINS WINDMILL HARBOUR REAL ESTATE

sue murphy2Real estate professional Susan Murphy has joined the team at Windmill Harbour Real Estate, a division of The Richardson Group. Murphy moved to Hilton Head Island from Boston in 1998. She has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Boston University and spent her previous career at HP for 40 years as the worldwide director of the sales and service team for Raytheon Company. Murphy was an active volunteer Hilton Head Preparatory School and Hilton Head Island High School, and has been an active member of the South Carolina Yacht Club for more than 20 years.