June sales report

june June was another big month for sales on Daniel Island! The activity was on fire as we listed 17 properties and 4 of them already received offers. For more information on June’s activity, click here: http://www.danielisland.com/real-estate-activity/current-activity/ Stay cool everyone and don’t forget the sunscreen!


Travel + Leisure chooses Charleston as top travel destination – Third time in a row!


They say the third time is the charm and the city of Charleston is certainly living a charmed life in the eyes of Travel + Leisure readers. For the third consecutive year, they voted Charleston the #1 travel destination in the US and Canada. Rival magazine Conde Nast Traveler has voted Charleston as the top city for four years running. The accolades never stop for the Holy City as it was voted the second best city in the world. Kyoto, Japan took first place in the T + L poll.

Judgements were based on a number of categories such as landmarks, culture, the arts, food, people and value. “Charleston clearly keeps on delivering one of the most satisfying travel experiences in the United States and the world”, stated the magazine’s editor, Nathan Lump.

For those of us lucky enough to live here, it’s always nice to be honored by such awards. And for those of you who have not visited Charleston yet, what are you waiting for? Come see for yourself what makes Charleston the country’s top travel destination!

Another good reason to live on Daniel Island –


I am in the business of extolling the benefits of living on Daniel Island.  But did you know that you can call the Daniel Island police station (843-849-0304) and request extra patrolling of your house while you are away? Many times they will even station a patrol car outside your house to ward off potential evil doers.

Just give them a heads up when you will be out of town. They will ask you if you have a security system in place and/or if you have a dog. What they will do is patrol the neighborhood and it does give you an added dose of security while you are away from home.

While break-ins are rare on Daniel Island, it’s always a good idea to have an extra layer of protection just in case. So feel free to call on the men and women in blue as they continue to serve and protect!