Second home and investment property homeowners have the option of a property inspector or property manager. Learn the differences and make the best decision
If you’re wondering what the best wines are for pairing with summertime in the Lowcountry, Jeff Gerber makes it easy by sharing some of his favorite hot weather wines. Cheers!
It's a good time to sell your home in the Lowcountry! But the first question you should ask yourself is, is my property ready to be on the list or not? Get some tips from our lovely local realtor, Daniella.
There's never a bad time to replace or buy a new windows or doors, as long as you have the budget. Holliday Home Improvements will give you the best glass or doors for you to enjoy.
Matthew hit the Lowcountry last October 2016. Did this natural incident affect the real estate industry in the Lowcountry? Daniella Squicquero of Engel & Völkers discusses the aftermath of Matthew in a realtor's point of view
Hello, everybody. Joe Hall here. Back again with things ARCHITECTURAL. Little wonder that this time the topic is the TINY HOUSE.
Condé Nast, Travel + Leisure, and Forbes have all listed our piece of paradise as one of the most beautiful places to call home.
Since the now-historic Great Recession, home sales have struggled to return to their pre-crash figures, both in price and in volume.
Premier Lowcountry is pleased to introduce our in-house expert on all things related to architecture – Mr. Joseph K. Hall of JKH Architect, LLC.
Joe Hall described vernacular architecture as modern historic, and a "start-from-scratch" type of architecture. Imagine an agricultural land turned into an industrial entity. Add a few elements such as a body of water, access roads, and this land becomes a working part of a community.