Recent changes in lifestyle living scenarios in the US as more folks choose to rent rather than own a home has caused an unprecidented opportunity for investors as evidenced by a recent quote from Moody’s Analytics
“Rental vacancy rates are heading down and rents are rising as weak income gains, favorable demographics, and the foreclosure crisis turn homeowners into renters and keep renters from becoming homeowners.”
“Households are turning to renting, as evidenced by the Census Bureau’s quarterly Housing Vacancy Survey, which shows an eight-year rise in both the number of renter households and the rate at which households are renting homes.”
We have been successfully helping savvy investors navigate the Hilton Head – Bluffton area investment market since 1995. Contact us today if we can help you.
After 30 years of professional kitchen experience, I still love to create dinner dishes with a little flair. Unfortunately the training I received back in the 70’s and 80’s wasn’t always healthy eating. Sauces made with eggs, butter, and/or a roux were all utilized in classic French cuisine. While the sauces may have tasted good (and still do!), they were not always a healthy addition to one’s diet.
The Culinary Arts Center (CAC) at Hilton Head Health is designed to enhance the overall culinary experience through interactive cooking demonstrations and participatory hands-on sessions that take you from our healthy kitchen to yours.
It’s that time again! Time to use your Shipyard Beach Pass beginning Friday, May 25th.
Be sure your 2011 pass has been validated and updated. For questions about your pass contact Stacey at 843-785-3310 X 221.
No Pass- No Beach Parking!
Whether you’re driving or biking in the Hilton Head area, know the rules of the road in SC-
Article from today’s Island Packet –
Wearing signs on their backs bearing slogans such as “Same roads, same rights, same rules,” Hilton Head Island cyclists took an 8-mile ride Wednesday evening commemorating fellow bikers who have died on public roads.
The worldwide “Ride of Silence” event is an opportunity to honor fallen cyclists and to highlight the right of riders to share the road with cars — an awareness effort that continues throughout the year, said island bicycle club Kickin’ Asphalt founder Ron Knight.
On Hilton Head, cyclists say conditions for bikers have gotten better over the past several years. Formerly dangerous intersections have been improved with signs, signals and crosswalks. Along with other safety features such as bike paths, those efforts earned the island a silver metal from the League of American Bicyclists last year — making the town the state’s only community and one of the few in the Southeast to earn the distinction.
Knight said that while Hilton Head is safer now, riding in more rural areas is still a risky venture.
In Beaufort County, the S.C. Department of Public Safety reported 32 accidents involving cyclists in which 28 riders were injured in 2010, the most recent year data is available. Three cyclists died on Beaufort County roads that year — the highest number in five years.
Statewide, cyclist advocates say the outlook is worse.
The Alliance for Biking and Walking’s 2012 Benchmark Report says South Carolina is the second most dangerous state in the nation for bicycling, with 13.5 deaths per 10,000 bicyclists.
A 2008 state law allows bicyclists to ride in the roadway if they choose. However, many remain unfamiliar with the law, especially visitors who may come from states that have different rules, said Frank Babel, an advocate for bicyclists’ rights on the island.
“In other states when a bike or pedestrian is in a crosswalk, traffic is supposed to stop,” Babel said. “In South Carolina, the car is supposed to yield.”
Interesting article on the benefts of purchasing a condo for your favorite college student or as an investment vehicle. Click here to read the article
We have seen positive results for investors and parents who have chosen to purchase a condo and reap the benefits of other students paying for your student’s housing. For those parents sending their children to USC Beaufort, we have properties available here in the Hilton Head-Bluffton area. Give us a call.
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Spring Tennis Season is in full bloom at the Shipyard Racquet Club with a full slate of events scheduled. This weekend you’ll find the Bullfrog USTA Southern Sectionals followed next week by the Hilton Head Island Open presented by Hilton Head Island Realty and Rentals.
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