Archive for the ‘Beaufort Info’ Category
Cora Bett Thomas Realty is handing out red, reusable bags to help improve our environment. On November 1, 2018, a new Beaufort County ordinance went into effect banning “single-use” plastic bags commonly used for groceries, takeout meals, and clothing. Cora Bett Thomas… Read More
The Increase in Coastal Sales Suggests the Rising Popularity of the Coastal Lifestyle. Cora Bett sat down with Lowcountry CEO and discussed real estate trends and the growing popularity of the Lowcountry lifestyle. See the interview here.
Friendly Neighbors and Warm Hospitality. If you’re looking for a place to live that is full of friendly faces and charming homes, look no further than Beaufort’s Newpoint neighborhood. Newpoint is a neighborhood located on beautiful Lady’s Island, South Carolina. Lady’s Island is one… Read More
As if Beaufort wasn’t already enticing enough, with its charming cottages, waterfront views, and the relaxed atmosphere, this little town is as welcoming to four-legged visitors as two-legged ones. Here are just a few of our tried-and-true favorite places, paws down. City… Read More
The Beaufort International Film Festival is held every February here in Beaufort at the South Carolina University Performing Arts Center. This year is the 11th annual BIFF. Attendance has increased significantly each year with film enthusiasts coming from all over the country. The… Read More
Market Highlights The National Association of REALTORS® surveyed their members for the release of their Confidence Index. The REALTORS® Confidence Index is a key indicator of housing market strength based on a monthly survey sent to over 50,000 real estate practitioners. Practitioners are… Read More
Hurricane Season opens June 1st Hurricane Season is once again about to be upon us. This is the first in our three part series on Hurricane Season in Savannah, Georgia. Part 1 will cover Hurricane Preparedness. Part 2 will cover Hurricane Evacuation/Emergency Actions, and Part 3 will cover Post-Hurricane Recovery. Hurricanes… Read More