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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Charleston, SC area but were afraid to ask! Whether you are a born and bred Charlestonian or someone new to the Lowcountry, we hope you'll find our Blog full of interesting information on what to do, where to shop or grab a bite to eat, and the latest scoop on the local Real Estate market. We are always looking for ways to improve, so please visit often and let us know what you think.
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        A grand slam took place on November 2nd and it wasn’t in Yankee Stadium during a World Series game but in Charleston, SC when Boeing announced that they had chosen its North Charleston, S.C., facility over Everette, WA as the location for a second final assembly site for the 787 Dreamline...
11/04/2009
Next time you hit the grocery store, try banishing those plastic bags by bringing along your own eco-friendly bag. Let’s take a look at the numbers: 100 billion each year in the U.S. with less than 1% recycled with the average 4-person home using over 1500 in a year. How did we ever get by withou...
01/28/2008
With all the gloom and doom being reported by the media, without much of a balanced view I thought it would be interesting for everyone to see the recent figures coming out from the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors (CTAR). Although tri-county home sales in 2007 fell short of 2006 and 20...
01/14/2008
12/24/2007
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(© 2003 - 2007 Niles McMaster. All rights reserved)  Gandhi told us “The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.” Don’t get me wrong, it’s wonderful to spend one day being thankful, but it’s another thing entirely to act...
11/22/2007
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There are so many things that people hold dear to them. Whether it is because they paid a lot of money for them, or because someone special gave it to them, whatever the reason, people hold things dear to them. For me, it is my newly presented Citadel Ring. The coveted “Band of Gold” is something...
10/24/2007
My family and I moved into 1616 Sewee Fort Road just 2 days before Christmas 2004. Because we knew our closing date was so close to the Holidays we wanted to wait until we were in our new home to get a Christmas tree. Directly after the closing my husband was given the monumental task of unpackin...
10/15/2007
Today I spoke at a Mount Pleasant Planning Commission meeting in support of the Lowcountry Housing Trust’s $100,000 funding proposal, which would have allowed them to provide financing to affordable housing projects in Mount Pleasant, SC. I came not only as a Mount Pleasant resident, but also as ...
10/01/2007
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As a native Jersey boy, Pizza is my passion.  If there were one kind of food that I could be left with on a deserted island for the rest of my life, it would be a good pizza pie. And yes, I did say “pie,” make no mistake, that is the official terminology. In the northeast I order a large, medium,...
09/22/2007
Education is alive and well in Charleston, SC. The lowcountry is home to the College of Charleston, the oldest institution of higher education in the state, as well as the famous Citadel.Charleston Your Home is actively involved in Internship programs at both these wonderful colleges. This semes...
09/22/2007
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