Serving Charleston since 1997 as a full- time Real Estate agent.
Get to know Chris Tertzagian
My mission statement is to assure confidence in all my clients by providing accurate and necessary information which allows them to make educated decisions. I am here to provide insight to the unforeseen and oversee all of the details in a transaction from beginning to end. My goal is to create a convenient transaction that will bring the greatest good to all of my clients.
A message from Chris: "Charleston, SC is my home. I am so grateful to live in an area that offers so much to the community. I have been selling Real Estate successfully for since 1997. I truly enjoy what I do. Charleston has an incredible inventory to sell. From the Fine Arts of Downtown to the Lowcountry landscapes, Charleston is definitely the place for me. If you are interested in more information of this absolutely wonderful place to live, please do not hesitate to call. I look forward to hearing from you."
Community Involvement: Chris has been an active member in the ASCEND Foundation (Annie Scandalios Cancer Ends Now Derivative). The foundation began in 2001 and has reached status on a national level. Chris has organized and participated in fund raising activities for ASCEND and has grossed over $10,000 for the foundation. Chris is also involved in the Pay It Forward Foundation. Its members consist of 9 Realtors who were each given $50 at a workshop hosted by Patti Kouri in Los Angeles. They were told to double their money and pay it forward. The group opened an account with $900. The mission of the group is to help someone buy a home that needed extra assistance. The buyer had to exhibit similar qualities of compassion as the members of the Pay IT Forward Foundation. Last year the foundation put their first buyer into a home!!! It was a complete success! Chris is also involved in Women for Women International. This foundation aids the women in the Congo of Africa that have been emotional and physically scared. Chris sponsors a woman and provides relief through letters and postcards.
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