How To Price Your Inherited Home In Charleston For Sale

If you’ve inherited a property and you’re planning to sell it, make sure you read this blog post for 3 tips about how to price your inherited home in Charleston for sale… Did you inherit a property that you’re now thinking about selling? While an inherited property can be a wonderful gift from a loved … Continued

Selling Your House While Divorcing in Charleston

If you’re going through a difficult divorce and trying to figure out what to do about your unwanted real estate, then keep reading this blog post to give you our best suggestions about selling your house while divorcing in Charleston… Divorce can be challenging and emotional. Yet, in the midst of the difficult situation, you … Continued

What If My House Won’t Sell During A Divorce in Charleston?

If you’re going through a divorce and you’re trying to sell a house, you might be wondering, “what if my house won’t sell during a divorce in Charleston?” That’s a good question to ask so be sure to read this blog post and we’ll share our best answer with you… A divorce can be a … Continued

Selling An Unsecured Promissory Note In South Carolina?

If you’re in South Carolina (especially Charleston), when it comes to unsecured promissory notes, there are two things to keep in mind: Its current value and its future value.  If you are considering selling an unsecured promissory note in Charleston, the first thing you need to do is determine its current value or market value … Continued

Can I Sell A Private Mortgage In South Carolina?

There has never been a better time to sell a South Carolina mortgage note or promissory note, so if you’re wondering “Can I sell a private mortgage in Charleston South Carolina?” the answer is: you absolutely can! Interest rates are very attractive right now but that could change at any moment, and interest rates could … Continued

I Want To Sell My Real Estate Note In Charleston South Carolina

“I want to sell my real estate note in Charleston South Carolina…Where do I start?” Holding a real estate note, private mortgage note, private promissory note or other paper real estate asset in South Carolina can sometimes be a challenging proposition: They don’t always offer the highest returns, you collect your cash over a period … Continued