Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Beach Walk-Shark Teeth

These are a few of findings from a recent family walk on the beach.
Everyone likes finding treasures. We have enjoyed some family time on the beach and the hunt for the biggest tooth!




I found the below chart online at www.fossilguy.com



Perry Peace

2015 Member-Member Golf Champions-Results

  
Congratulations to DeBordieu's 2015 Member Member Champions

After a wet week at DeBordieu, mother nature cooperated long enough to finish the 2015 Member-Member Tournament. Partners competed in a Better Ball format for 36 holes.  Thanks to all who participated in making this year's Member-Member tournament our largest to date with 84 players.  

 Congratulations to all of our winners!!! 


 
Ladies' Division Gross (160) 
Louise Givens & Sara Murphy



Ladies' Division Net (123)
Peggy Dellasega & Lynne Newton

 

Men's Division Gross (142)
David English & Mike Summer


 

Men's Division Net (130)
Chris Bridgeman & Del Litman

Monday, March 23, 2015

Housing Market Report

It has been a fantastic start to the year for DeBordieu Colony Real Estate. Regionally, the southeast has seen an increase in sales and value. Locally we still have a large amount of inventory, so it is still a buyer's market.
Call me to learn more about available properties.
For sellers, I would love the opportunity to provide you market value for your home.




Wednesday, March 18, 2015

SC second most popular state for relocation | Real Estate | MyrtleBeachOnline.com

Many of us already know how special South Carolina and the coast is. A national study revealed top results for people wanting to move to the state.
Read the article below.

http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2015/02/13/4786726_sc-second-most-popular-state-for.html?rh=1

Loving a spouse may not be the only Valentine’s Day statistic to perk up Realtors and to make recent buyers know they’re coming to the right place.
Loving a state can be a big factor in where people buy.
And according to the latest National Movers Study by United Van Lines, South Carolina had the second highest rate of inbound movers in the country in 2014.
The study showed that 61 percent of movers in the Palmetto State were inbound, just four points behind leader Oregon.
North Carolina was the third most popular inbound destination, hard on the heels of South Carolina, the study said.
Vermont and Florida rounded out the top five for inbound popularity.
Those states with an outbound majority had potentially good news for South Carolina’s and the Grand Strand’s chances for continuing as top destinations.
New Jersey, New York and Illinois were one, two and three, respectively, for outbound movers, and all send a healthy share of the 14 million vacationers to the Grand Strand each year. Realtors find that repeat vacationers translate into second home and retirement home buyers.
Others in the top 10 outbound states include West Virginia, number five, Ohio number six and Pennsylvania and Connecticut as nine and 10. All are liberally represented among the out-of-state license plates frequently seen on the Grand Strand.
Contact STEVE JONES at 444-1765 or on Twitter @TSN_SteveJones.

Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2015/02/13/4786726_sc-second-most-popular-state-for.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy

Monday, December 29, 2014

Fishing is good even in the winter!

The boys and I enjoyed a quick little fishing outing and got lucky. Take a kid fishing!


Friday, December 12, 2014

Small Town Christmas

DeBordieu is nicely located between Pawleys Island and Georgetown, two WONDERFUL small towns. The holidays offer many fun things to do and attend. We have been on the go enjoying the holiday season by visiting Brookgreen Garden’s Night of a Thousand Candles. We went to Georgetown’s Christmas Parade and later attended the Georgetown Christmas Boat Parade. It is great to live on the coast in small town America!

We were at Brookgreen for their Christmas Tree Lighting...

















Thursday, December 4, 2014

Winter Maintenance Tips For Vacation Rentals Property

Winter is here, and it affects even us on the coast of South Carolina. I am a Zillow Premier agent. They recently sent these winter maintenance tips for rental properties (vacation properties too). Take a look below.

 Perry Peace on Zillow




Winter maintenance tips for your rental property



Keep your properties warm and dry this season by reducing tenant work orders before they happen – with some preventative maintenance, of course. Avoid the hazards of cold weather by completing these action items before the temperatures dip.

Check up on the heating and insulation system


If you live in a cold climate, the heating system will be running constantly during winter. This calls for proper cleaning, insulation and ventilation of your HVAC system, crawlspace and attic. Clean or change out your HVAC filter in preparation for heavy usage, and make sure the attic area is properly insulated. Insulation in the crawlspace and ceilings will keep the heat inside the living space and prevent warm air from escaping. Sealing the gaps around windows, plumbing, vents and lighting fixtures will also maximize energy efficiency in your property.

Prevent frozen pipes


Avoid frozen pipes this season – and all the collateral damage they can cause – by adding extra insulation to exposed pipes in the crawlspace, basement or attic. Damage due to frozen pipes is common but completely preventable. Taking the precaution to seal, insulate and wrap pipes will prevent cold air from getting into the pipes. Exterior faucets should be drained and shut off for the season. Educate your tenants about what they need to do when the temperature drops, such as leaving a trickle of water on overnight, leaving cabinet doors open, and keeping the thermostat at a consistent temperature.

Winter-proof the exterior


Your landscaping may have gone dormant, but you're not done with yard work yet. Prevent damages from icy conditions by trimming trees and shrubs so they don't brush up against the walls and windows. Regularly inspect your roof for the formation of ice dams, which can damage your roof and cause water leakage. Close any crawlspace vents in the foundation, and seal any cracks or small openings so small critters can't burrow in. If your residents are taking care of snow removal on your property, move snow shovels and blowers to an accessible spot.

Prepare for the worst


A bad storm can result in a blackout or being snowed in. Remind your tenants to be prepared for the worst by keeping bottled water, non-perishable food, flashlights and emergency phone numbers on hand.


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