Nice piece of property located at desirable rather 'close-in Lexington' location on level mainly cleared site at high traffic count on Augusta Road at the corner of Maple Road between both I-26 and I-20. Ideal for Retail Office/Light Industrial/Flex Space on front (Zoned ID - and - fronting on an "Arterial"/high volume Road) with a perfect arrangement for Residential Development across the rear (Zoned RD) as it faces three streets for great access! Attached are design plans for a previously planned 98 lot subdivision (never presented for approval but site plan etc. completed). There are 3 separate Tax Map Numbers included in this sale (with the exception of a small portion across the road and behind Viclynn Run); 004499-03-016 +/- 10.48 acres, 005597-01-002 +/- 1.9 acres & 005597-01-003 +/- 1.48 acres. While this property's value is primarily for Commercial Usage, there are six (6) Single Family Rental Dwellings being conveyed in "as-is" condition; 4472 Augusta Rd. 650/Mo., 4464 Augusta Rd. 600/Mo., 106 Maple Rd. 500/Mo., 108 Maple Rd. 475/Mo., 110 Maple Rd. 500/Mo. & 112 Maple Rd. 460/Mo. for a gross monthly income of 3,185/Month! Do NOT disturb any tenants, please. Again, see a great deal more information both by scrolling through photographs - and - clicking on purple "D"/ Associated Documents. Ready to sell and reasonably priced !!
What makes me different and more worthy than any other agent? Great Question…
1.) I have been in the real estate industry since 1998
2.) At 29 years old I founded a wholesale mortgage firm here in Charleston and as such being the President/CEO I was responsible for overseeing 13 team members, two branches, ALL the marketing functions, business development, training of real estate agents in financing, training of my loan officers, and making sure over $85 Million in loans got closed. Of which most were purchases. So I have REAL business knowledge and real estate is business vs an agent without that savvy business skills.
3.) I graduated from University of S.C. where my major was media arts. What’s that mean? What you are reading right now is media. Everything you see and hear is media. Everything on a computer is digital media, websites, video, photographs, and audio. I studied video production, photography/lighting courses, audio recording, and more. Even post cards, billboards, news paper are ALL media, print media. (Although it’s an antiquated media). With that knowledge your home will have the most beautiful representation to the prospective buyers, instead of most of what you see out there (poorly lit, poorly framed, bad photos and video that put off buyers).
4.) 95% OF ALL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS BEGIN WITH THE INTERNET… PERIOD, IT IS FACT. I am a digital internet marketing expert. I consult other businesses on how to harness the internet’s power through web design, SEO (search engine optimization), content marketing, image marketing, user experience design, online ad management and more.
When listing a home for sale there isn't an exact science to it, but what is required is knowing all the facts, and that's where I come in. What's a home valuation really anyway?
Estimating the value of real property is important to a variety reasons, but for most people, determining the asking or purchase price of a property is the most useful application of real estate valuation. This article will provide an introduction to the basic concepts and methods of real estate valuation, particularly as it pertains to real estate sales.
That's all well and good, however what most home owners in Charleston SC and the U.S. really want to know is what's my property worth now if I were to try to sell it? The most common method that 90% of listing agent use is:
The Sales Comparison Approach.
A main consideration in appraising is to determine a property’s value: the present worth of future benefitsarising from the ownership of real property. Unlike many consumer goods such as oil, lumber, food, etc. that are quickly used, the benefits of real property are generally realized over a long period of time. Therefore, an estimate of a property’s value must take into consideration economic and social factors, as well as governmental controls or regulations and environmental conditions that may influence the four elements of value:
- Demand – the desire or need for ownership supported by the financial means to satisfy the desire;
- Utility – the ability to satisfy future owners’ desires and needs;
- Scarcity – the finite supply of competing properties
- Transfer-ability – the ease with which ownership rights are transferred.
– What have the homes that are MOST comparable to yours (subject property) sold for recently per sq ft., and what is currently for sale (taking into account scarcity from above)?
– What are the prices being asked by your competing listings in and around your neighborhood.
Other Factors inside the two primary ones above include: (age of home, physical features, location, conditions of the sale, economic conditions)
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