Real Estate News & Notes for Feb. 3

info@islandpacket.comFebruary 3, 2013 

Irving joins Alliance Group Realty Shirley Irving has joined The Alliance Group Realty located in the Fresh Market Shoppes on Hilton Head Island. Irving brings 24 years of experience as a top producing Realtor in Virginia, where she also earned her GRI designation. She relocated to the Bluffton area two years ago, where she decided to continue her career in real estate. Details: 843-540-9688;

Kerri O'Connell joins Keller Williams Realty Kerri O'Connell recently joined Keller Williams Realty. OConnell brings more than two decades of sales and marketing experience and will work out of the company's Hilton Head Island office.

The Sea Pines Resort welcomes Cliff McMackin Cliff McMackin recently joined The Sea Pines Resort as Director of Resort Development. McMackin's responsibilities will include oversight and coordination of all aspects of the resort's current and future development projects. Details:

Keller Williams welcomes Evans Lisa Evans recently joined Keller Williams Realty. Evans is a native of Columbia and graduated from Columbia College. She has lived and worked in the Beaufort market for many years and will continue to serve Beaufort, Bluffton and the Hilton Head Island areas. She will work out of the Keller Williams office at 308 Charles St., Beaufort.

  • Ethan Allen is partnering with Sherwin Williams and Jasper Animal Rescue Mission to host a free decorating workshop. The event, "New Year, New Hue," will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Ethan Allen Design Center, 115 Okatie Center Boulevard North, Bluffton. Learn decorating secrets, the hot, new colors for 2013, and how color was incorporated into the 2013 HGTV Dream House. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. Details and reservations: 843-705-4422
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