Real Estate briefs

info@islandpacket.comOctober 17, 2012 

Dunes Marketing adds 3 at Moss Creek

Chris Walton has lived on Hilton Head Island for more than 35 years and offers a local perspective on real estate. He is now using his local knowledge to help others experience the opportunities he has spent a lifetime enjoying. Walton's reputation as one of the area's most sought after real estate brokers is defined by his ability to help his clients make their move a memorable experience.

Tim Peirce has been a resident of the Lowcountry since 2003. For the last five years, Peirce has been ranked in the top 2 percent of more than 600 Realtors and agents. Peirce prides himself on his knowledge of the local market, high level of customer service and satisfaction, and positive attitude. Peirce originally is from Topsfield, Mass. He lives in Hampton Hall with his wife, Maura, and his sons Charlie and Shane.

Brett Lance has been a resident of Hilton Head Island since 1999 and he has been a Realtor since 2005. He consistently has been a multi-million dollar producer and has helped buyers and sellers achieve their objectives in every community from Sea Pines to Oldfield. Lance was born and raised in Bowling Green, Ohio, and is a Marine Corps veteran. Lance and his wife, Jennifer, live in Moss Creek.

Jane Grant joins Weichert sales team

Jane Grant has recently joined Weichert Realtors Coastal Properties. She has lived in the Lowcountry for six years and lives in Palmetto Bluff with her husband.

Grant graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a degree in merchandising and buying. Over the last 30 years, she has owned a Nathan's Famous Restaurant and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Parlor. Now, Grant has applied her extensive business experience to guiding others in their real estate transactions.

She will work out of Weichert's Rose Hill office, 2 Rose Hill Way, Bluffton and can be reached at 843-505-1405.

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