Real Estate notes

info@islandpacket.comOctober 17, 2012 

  • The Low Country Property Management Association will hold a monthly meeting Tuesday at noon at the Country Club of Hilton Head on Hilton Head Island. Brian Rose of Beacon Insurance will speak on the need for directors and officers liability insurance. All members, associate members and their guests are invited. The cost is $20 for members and $25 for non-members and guests. For details and reservations, call 843-705-1042 or email by noon on Monday.
  • The Kiwanis Club of Hilton Head Island will continue its October membership drive with a meeting at 8 a.m. Tuesday at The Golf Club at Indigo Run on Hilton Head Island. Ashley Feaster of the Hilton Head Homebuilders' Association will discuss building trends and forecasts. The meeting will be open to anyone seeking Kiwanis Club membership or anyone interested in the area's building industry. A continental breakfast will be served to all who RSVP. For details and reservations, call 843-682-4845 or email
  • Allen Patterson Residential was recognized at the 10th annual Celebration of Excellence awards ceremony as the best overall in "green" construction. The Pinnacle Award recognizes the craftsmanship of the best homebuilders and remodelers in South Carolina. Allen Patterson Residential has been designing and building custom homes at an affordable price in the Beaufort area since 2004. Recent projects include a "green" building redevelopment project in downtown Beaufort.
  • South Carolina State Housing will offer a free training class for real estate agents throughout the state. Training covers new product announcements, marketing ideas and down payment opportunities available for clients. All attendees will have their contact information listed on the South Carolina State Housing website under the Find a Realtor section. Reservations can be made online at Details: Claude Spurlock, 803-896-9396
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