•Coldwell Banker brings on 12 agents in its three local offices•
An ex-football player, former stay-at-home Mom and the owner of a retired race dog are among Coldwell Banker’s passel of new Realtors.
The list of agents also includes an Arizona transplant; a Sun City homeowner; a former mayor; a California native; a one-time auto production planner; a Navy wife; and a real estate team with husband, spouse and associate.
Coldwell Banker United, Realtors added people in each of its three offices in Goose Creek, Summerville and Mount Pleasant. Peggy Murray joined in Goose Creek; Sonya Moore, Diessa Sligh, Tammy Myrda and Jennifer Hale in Summerville; and Chris West, Cindy Owens, Vicki Mangus, Cheryll Woods-Flowers, Franne Schwarb, Mark Schwarb and Chari Karinshak in Mount Pleasant.
The East Cooper additions are:
• Mangus, long-time agent with Coldwell Banker King Thompson in Ohio and licensed Realtor for more than 30 years. She relocated to South Carolina and has a home in Sun City, Bluffton near Hilton Head Island. Mangus moved to the Charleston area to be close to her daughter who teaches in the Mount Pleasant area. “Charleston seems like a city with fireworks every day, always something going on.” Mangus can be reached at 843-540-6198, email@example.com, www.vickisellscharleston.com or www.vickimangus.com.
• Owens, who like her husband is a Texas native. The couple spent much of their adulthood in Phoenix, where they owned a commercial printing business for close to 16 years. They sold the business five years ago and moved to St. Louis for her husband’s job in the aerospace industry. He has since joined Boeing, relocating to the Charleston area last year. Owens “decided to pursue a career she had always dreamed about: real estate.” She can be reached at 843-375-2774, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.DiscoverCharlestonWithCindy.com.
• The Schwarbs — who are husband and wife — and Karinshak, who comprise the Charleston Fine Homes team. They have 40-plus years of real estate experience including new, second home and lot sales; foreclosure and short sales; and relocation. “The team emphasizes attention to detail, 24/7 service and putting the client first.” Franne Schwarb can be reached at 843-270-1207 or email@example.com; Mark Schwarb, 843-345-3989 or firstname.lastname@example.org; and Karinshak, 843-810-8287 or email@example.com. CharlestonFineHomes.com is the website.
• West, who was born and raised in Asheville, N.C. He earned a degree in education at Appalachian State University while playing football for the Mountaineers. He was involved in school teaching before fulfilling “a life-long interest in joining the real estate profession.” West and his wife were married in Mount Pleasant and have lived here for the past 10 years. “He has a passion for helping others, as well as a desire to do whatever it takes to make his clients’ dreams become a reality.” West can be reached at 843-412-6627, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.ChrisWestSellsCharleston.com.
• Woods-Flowers, who was a town council member in Mount Pleasant for six years and then mayor for eight years. She has been in the real estate field for more than a decade, selling all types of residential property from Summerville to the coast. “She is most happy meeting new people and helping them make one of the most important decisions they’ll ever make.” Woods-Flowers earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a masters in Accountancy from the College of Charleston. She can be reached at 843-442-2219, email@example.com or www.woodsflowers.com.
The new agents in Summmerville are:
• Hale, who began her professional career as a production planner for automotive suppliers. She has since married and is the mother of two children. That moved her to focus her job sights on marketing, online sales and advertising and website design. Most recently, she worked with local businesses as an event planner and brand ambassador before becoming a real estate agent. Hale can be reached at 843-708-0698, firstname.lastname@example.org or her website www.JenniferHaleSellsCharlestonHomes.com.
• Moore, who moved from Tennessee as a young mother and has lived in the Charleston area for 18-plus years. “She knows how stressful relocating can be.” She attended Tennessee Tech for a short time studying interior design before choosing to be a stay-at-home mom. Moore has stayed involved raising three kids, being a soccer and basketball mom and volunteered at church. She managed the building a new home, learning construction trades herself. She can be reached at 843-442-8849, email@example.com or www.LoveCharlestonHomes.com.
• Myrda, who is recognized by the National Association of Women and Cambridge Who’s Who of Real Estate. She has more than 20 years experience in real estate, including nine years of selling homes. Myrda has was born and raised in Los Angeles before settling in San Diego for seven years and then moving to the Charleston area in 2001. She lives in Summerville with her husband and five children. She can be reached at 843-442-9928, firstname.lastname@example.org or her website at www.cbunited.com/tammymyrda.
• Sligh, a California native who relocated to the Charleston area seven years ago to start a family. One of the 11 real estate agents to recently join Coldwell Banker United, Realtors, she has been involved with Girl Scouts as a parent volunteer for the past several years and this past year was a Brownie leader. Sligh lives with her family, including their retired racing greyhound, in Summerville. She can be reached at 843-419-5124, email@example.com or at her website at www.DiessaSellsCharlestonHomes.com.
Joining the Goose Creek office is:
• Murray, who fell in love with the Charleston area when her husband was transferred here in 1977 with the Navy. She was born and raised in Ashland, Pa., graduating from McCann Business College. She would also attend University of Maryland and Trident Technical College. The Murrays have stayed in Charleston and raised their children. In recent years, her experience has been in new construction site sales as sales agent and community sales manager for several local builders. Reach her at 843-200-2673, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.PeggySellsCharleston.com.
For more information, contact the Mount Pleasant Coldwell Banker office at 1127 Queensborough Blvd., Suite 103 and 843-856-8800, where Ann Whalen is the broker-in-charge; the Summerville office at 810 N. Main St., 843-875-5525, where Pam Griffin is broker-in-charge; or the Goose Creek office at 205 St. James Ave., Suite 5 and 843-572-3131. where Kimo Esarey is the broker-in-charge.
•Sales model opens at new East Cooper neighborhood•
In its first completed home for house hunters to tour, a newer builder in the Charleston area is evoking the name of an Atlantic island spectacle.
The model dwelling from FrontDoor Communities is the two-story Bermuda. It is in Tributary at RiverTowne Country Club in Mount Pleasant. Carolina One New Homes is handling sales and marketing in the village off S.C. Highway 41.
“For the discriminating buyer, the Bermuda is a 2,433 square foot, four bedroom home that features an open living room and dining area as well as a large, friendly front porch,” the marketing group says.
Along with three full baths and a powder room, the Bermuda touts a spacious first floor owner’s suite that opens on to a semi-private porch accented by an outdoor fireplace, Carolina One and FrontDoor say.
For more information, visit www.tributarysc.com, drop by the sales center at the entrance to RiverTowne Country Club or contact Kerri Mahoney for a private showing. She can be reached as 843-607-2087 or via email at email@example.com.
Carolina One New Homes touts itself as the leader in marketing and sales for new homes communities in the metro Charleston area. It represents more than 35 new homes neighborhoods.
Based in Atlanta, FrontDoor Communities is also building in Naples and Orlando, Fla., and is planning to frame houses in Watermark in Mount Pleasant.
•Carnes Crossroads real estate team being assembled•
A broker, associate and manager will be the core group to market a sprawling new village getting underway in Berkeley County.
The team is with Carnes Crossroads Real Estate — “responsible for all new home sales within the Daniel Island Co.’s emerging Carnes Crossroads community in Goose Creek,” the company says.
Initial staff on the sales and administrative team are Chuck Buck, broker-in-charge; Terri Hartig, sales associate; and Cheryl Waker, office manager. They will be housed at the newly opened Carnes Crossroads Information Center at 513 Wodin Place in Goose Creek.
According to Daniel Island Co., the first single-family homes are under construction within the 2,300-acre master planned community.
Buck, who is also director of sales for Carnes Crossroads Real Estate, is a 23-year veteran of the residential sales and construction industry. He has background in sales, marketing and operations for national home builders, including Beazer, Centex and Ryland homes.
As vice president of sales for Beazer Homes, he managed sales for 15 communities in Charleston, Columbia and Savannah.
Buck was named Sales Representative of the Year in the Charleston area for the 1997 Prism Awards and was National Sales Manager of the Year at Beazer in 2005.
“Chuck is a natural for this role,” says Matt Sloan, president of the Daniel Island Co., noting that he is a top sales performer with extensive management experience within the home building industry.
Hartig is a “seasoned sales professional” with 10 years experience in the new home industry, according to Daniel Island Co. She was formerly a top sales performer for the Charleston division of Beazer Homes and “possesses a strong work ethic that has helped her earn awards for sales and customer service.”
Waker, meanwhile, previously spent 10 years as the office manager at the Daniel Island Co.’s corporate offices on Daniel Island. At Carnes Crossroads, she will be responsible for the office and administrative management of the Carnes Crossroads Information Center, as well as assisting the sales team, the company says.
Development of Carnes Crossroads is being managed by Daniel Island Co.
The first builders — David Weekley, Eastwood and Sabal homes — have started framing houses. The master-planned community will feature a mix of single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums.
Traditional residential neighborhoods, southern architecture, parks, trails and lakes at Carnes Crossroads are being carefully integrated with retail businesses, corporate offices, medical facilities, schools and churches to create a small-town community where people live, work and play, the company says..
As many as 15,000 people eventually will call Carnes Crossroads home, according to Daniel Island Co.
For more information, visit www.carnescharleston.com.
•New York company to hold auction of Hilton Head Island house•
A South Carolina oceanside townhouse originally offered for $3.3 million will be put up for bid Friday, March 8.
Concierge Auctions is handling the proceedings. The New York City-based auction house says it has been retained to sell the private oceanfront retreat on Hilton Head Island. The gated property, located at 120 South Shore Drive, is in the exclusive Leamington community at Palmetto Dunes.
According to the auction company, the property will sell to the highest bidder regardless of price in cooperation with Robbie Bunting of Hilton Head Properties. The company says that luxury real estate auctions are becoming more commonplace “as high-end sellers search for alternatives to the unpredictable traditional sales route.”
Laura Brady is president of Concierge Auctions and the listing agent. To learn more, visit www.conciergeauctions.com.
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