The Post and Courier Cites Kiawah Island Real Estate as Kiawah Market Experts
In an article titled “Luxury homes dressed up for fall”, The Post and Courier leaned on our experts at Kiawah Island Real Estate (KIRE) to give analysis on Kiawah’s current buying market.
The article quotes KIRE President Chris Drury and Senior Sales Executive Gordon Hillock as it takes an in-depth look at the state of Kiawah’s strong market and explains new purchasing trends.
“Demand on the Island for the first three quarters of 2019 is the strongest it has been in more than a decade,” Drury confirmed. “When buyers purchase property on Kiawah, it’s typically an emotional purchase that our property owners hold on to for generations. We pride ourselves on that fact.”
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