As the weather begins to turn warmer, the last thing many homeowners want to think about is prepping the lawn, garden and outdoor living spaces for the spring and summer months. Ever since Hurricane Matthew blew into town in October, we’ve been cleaning up our properties and trying to restore some order to unwelcome disorder.
Home and Garden
After 31 consecutive years, the Lowcountry Home & Garden Show must be doing something right, thanks to its sponsor, the Hilton Head Area Home Builders Association (HHAHBA).
Pennsylvania native at home in Oldfield Plantation
H2 Builders in Bluffton has built more than 300 distinctive custom homes in the Lowcountry since 1996. Along the storied way, it has amassed countless local, regional and national industry awards. The company’s home office showcases many of them, but display space has long been exhausted.
Archie and Nina Sellew didn’t evacuate from the island when Hurricane Matthew blew through the Lowcountry with 105 miles per hour winds on Oct. 7/8. They didn’t want to and believed they didn’t have to. They felt safe.
After all, it was their island, they owned it, and they had built what they believed to be was a hurricane-proof home in 2000. Matthew was the first real test of its structural strength in the face of nature’s fury.
If you are thinking about buying or selling real estate in 2017, here are some things to consider when hiring a Realtor. There can be a lot of anxiety in finding the right person to help you — after all, you’ll be spending a lot of time with this person throughout the process, and he or she will be helping you through arguably one of the biggest decisions of your life. How can you find the right Realtor?
Selling a house, finding a new place to live or donating to charity always requires keen awareness, but even more so after a hurricane strikes. As Beaufort County residents try to return to normalcy after Hurricane Matthew, they should take extra steps to prevent the unexpected financial heartaches that can follow a hurricane.