Charleston South Carolina Real Estate
Over 600,000 people have discovered the beauty and historical significance of the Greater Charleston area. As one of America's favorite vacation destinations and with a thriving economy, real estate in the Charleston SC area is booming. Forbes Magazine has forecast a 200% real estate appreciation rate by 2009.
With its rich history and southern tradition charm, Charleston is one of the nation's most popular relocation destinations. There's a dream home in Charleston for every lifestyle desire and budget from modest starter homes to suburban enclaves and historical districts where many homes are still active from the 1800s. You'll discover condos, master-planned family communities, golf course views, beach front real estate, horse property and luxury mansions throughout the Greater Charleston South Carolina area.
There's a magical piece of Charleston real estate in every direction. Your backyard could set beside a river with your own boat dock or on a lush barrier island with beaches just minutes from the downtown historical district, colorful gardens parks and protected marshes that inspire all that love nature.
Whether you're interests are downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Daniel's Island, Kiawah Island, North Charleston, Folly Beach, Sullivan's Island, Seabrook Island, Isle of Palms, inland to Summerville or any other real estate market in the Metro Charleston SC area, our participating Realtors and Charleston real estate agents will help you find the home of your dreams within your budget.
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Our visitors often use misspellings and abbreviations for Charleston,
South Carolina including Charlston, Carlina, SC, So Carolina, So Car. Users
also use Low Country or Lowcountry to describe Charleston.
Those words are included for user convenience.