Beautiful Home in Summerville – Just Sold!

Homes for Sale in Summerville, SC

This beautiful home for sale in Summerville has left the market! Situated on over a half acre of property, this home for sale in Summerville offered property and close proximity to downtown Summerville.

In this seller’s market, make sure you are working with a Summerville realtor who is working every day to keep you aware of what Summerville listings are available and when they come on the market! Watch “How to Get the House You Want!” for more information!

Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in buying a home in Summervillenew home in Summerville , a historic home in Summerville or selling your Summerville home.

If you are a home seller and would like to discuss your Summerville Home and what it is worth in our market today, please e-mail me for more information or fill out this form.

Where to View the Great Solar Eclipse in Summerville & Charleston, SC

The great Solar Eclipse of 2017 is on the lips of everyone in Charleston & Summerville, SC! Being in the path of totality means that we will see all of our homes in Summerville go completely dark starting around 2:45 pm and lasting for 2 mins and 3 seconds.
At an event this historic, it is fun to be with others and enjoy the community of being together at such a historic event. Here are some of the free events/ gatherings happening around Summerville & Charleston to celebrate the Great Solar Eclipse of 2017.

Where to View the Great Solar Eclipse in Summerville & Charleston, SC


Isle of Palms: Come on out to the beach with the kids for live entertainment and musical performances from DJ Natty Heavy & Plane Jane.
Time: 11:30 am-4:30pm
Place: Front Beach, 1300 Ocean Blvd.
Price: Free

Blue Pearl Farms: This family farm lies directly in the path and they are inviting everyone to pack up chairs, blankets and viewing glasses and head on up to McClellanville for live music and entertainment. Food & Refreshments will be sold.
Place: Blue Pearl Farms, 9760 Randall Rd, McClellanville
Price: $5

Folly Beach: If you live on Folly Beach, head over to Pier 101 for free viewing glasses and live music by Band of Brothers. 843-633-0246

Time:1-4 pm
Place: Pier 101 Folly Beech, 101 E Artic Avenue
Price: Free

Downtown Charleston Local Expert Gathering: A group of local Charleston experts and enthusiasts will be gathering at the Charlotte Street Park with solar filtered telescopes to view the eclipse. Talk with locals and learn more about the night sky during this historic event.

Time:1-4 pm
Place: Charlotte Street Park Memorial, 1 Charlotte St. Charleston
Price: Free

Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina: Come enjoy a midday party at the Beach Club. Live performance by the Dubplats, cocktails and kids activities in a Children’s area.

Time:1-5 pm
Place: Sunset Patio & Beachside at Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina, 20 Patriots Point Rd., Mount Pleasant.
Price: $10-Adults, $5 – Children under 12  (843) 856-0028.

Citadel Mall:  The Citadel Mall hosts an eclipse viewing party featuring kid’s activities, food trucks, and live entertainment, with all benefits going to Darkness to Light, an organization dedicated to raising awareness of child abuse in Charleston.

Time:1-3 pm
Place: Parking lot across from Planet Fitness. Citadel Mall, 2070 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. 1-3 p.m. (843) 766-8321.
Price: Free

North Charleston: Visit the Bend:  North Charleston is hosting an event at The Bend, a 17-acre waterfront spot on the banks of the Ashley River. Live musical performance from Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, a Grammy Award-winning family hip-hop artist, Low Country STEM science projects including a robotics demonstration, and members of Boeing will be there to perform their longest ever trebuchet launch.

Time:12-4 pm
Place: 3775 Azalea Dr., North Charleston (843) 577-7327
Price: Free

Moncks Corner & Mount Pleasant :  Visit with local astronomy buffs to witness the solar eclipse of a lifetime. Experienced members of the group are stationed at Palmetto Islands County Park (Mt. Pleasant) and Old Santee Canal Park (Moncks Corner) with telescopes ready to share an up-close view of the eclipse.

Time:1-4 pm
Place: Palmetto Islands County Park, 444 Needlerush Pkwy., Mount Pleasant
Old Santee Canal Park, 900 Stoney Landing Rd., Moncks Corner.
Price: $2-Mount Pleasant $3- Moncks Corner

Yoga in Mount Pleasant: Join yogis of all fitness levels for a one-of-a-kind class in the shadow of the eclipse. Perfect your tree pose as the Moon blocks the Sun over the water at the Mount Pleasant Pier.

Time:1:30 pm
Place: Mount Pleasant Pier, 71 Harry M. Hallman Jr. Blvd., Mount Pleasant (843) 795-4386
Price: $5

Daniel Island MUSC Health Stadium: Bring the family out for astronomy related activities and fun kids zone for a kid friendly eclipse viewing party.

Place: 1990 Daniel Island Dr., Daniel Island
Price: $8, Free Military & Kids 12 and under

Four Vital Questions to Ask When You Buy a Home

When it is a seller’s market, like we see right now in real estate for sale in Summerville, you need to be incredibly smart as a buyer. Make sure you ask your realtor these four vital questions before you buy any home. If you need a realtor, contact me or call directly at 843-974-6029.

I can help you if you are interested in seeing real estate for sale in Summerville, SC buying a home in the Summerville areanew home in Summerville , a historic home in Summerville or selling your Summerville home.

If you are a home seller and would like to discuss your Summerville Home and what it is worth in our market today, please e-mail me for more information or fill out this form.

What to Do before You List Your Home for Sale

What to do before you list your Summerville Home

The time has come to sell your Summerville home and you are ready to meet with my team to discuss your home.

(If you are still researching me, please take a look at my team, website and what I do for sellers and call me. )

Here is my “What to do before You List Your Home”

  1. Establish the Why?

      • Make sure you (or you and your spouse) have and agree on your reason for moving. It could be a job, financial, need more room, need less room, schools, etc. There are a variety of reasons people move. It will help me, help you, if you can share those with me. We can then make sure you make the right decisions for your home.


  2. Call My Office.

      • Call my office at 843-974-6029 and set up an appointment to meet with me.


  3. Don’t do This.

      • Don’t go to great lengths preparing the house prior to meeting with me. There are two mistakes people make concerning this: spending way too much time and effort getting the house “perfect” before listing it. The other extreme is not getting it reasonably ready to sell. This is where I will be able to help you strike the proper balance.


If you are a home seller still investigating and would like to discuss your Summerville Home and what it is worth in our market today, please e-mail me for more information or fill out this form to find out what your home is worth.

Fall Family Events in Summerville & Charleston, SC for October & December 2015

Looking for Christmas Events in Summerville 2016?

Wrong Year! See Fall Family Events in Summerville, SC for 2016.

The holiday season is right around the corner and the new fun family events for October, December, Halloween and Christmas in Summerville, SC  have arrived. Even if the weather is warm, doing these fun family events will make it feel more like fall around Summerville!

2015 Scarecrows on the Square

When: October 17-Nov 1

Where: Hutchinson Square in Downtown Summerville, SC

About: Every year the Summerville Junior Service League hosts this wonderful event for the town of Summerville. Local businesses, schools and groups decorate scarecrows and post them around our very own Hutchinson Square.  You can walk around and enjoy them for the last two weeks in October.  This is a lot of fun for kids and adults alike.

Scarecrows on the Square in Summerville, SC

Harvest Moon Festival

When: October 24, 2015

Where: Hutchinson Square in Downtown Summerville, 6pm ends at 9pm

About: On October 25th, there will be a Ghost Walk and Hayrides at the Harvest Moon Festival!  Feel free to wear your favorite costume and come out and celebrate with the town. The Summerville Junior Service League works with Summerville DREAM to bring this great event to the town.

Here’s the breakdown:

  •  Ghostwalk tour and access to all carnival games. $4 in advance, or $6 on day of the event
  • Kids under 3 are FREE
  • Tickets for Ghostwalk can be purchased at: Guerin’s Pharmacy Summerville Dance Academy Dorchester Jewelers Bottles ‘n Brushes Perfectly Franks Prima Dance & Formal Boutique
  • Harvest Moon Hayride $3 (provided by SummervilleDREAM) Tickets only sold at event (no presales).

Gingerbread Creation Contest:

Let your creative side go and make a fun creation for display around Summerville!  Join us in downtown Summerville for Summerville DREAM’s Gingerbread Creation Contest. Sugary creations will be on display throughout Historic Downtown Summerville from November 5th through December 1, 2015.  Prizes will be given for Culinary Professional, Adult, Child, and Group (family, organization, business, club, etc.) categories. Go here to fill out a registration form.

A Christmas Carol Walking Tour with Tim Lowry

When: December 18, 2014

Where: Historic Downtown Summerville

About: Local storyteller, Tim Lowry, recounts the time-honored Christmas tradition of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, as he guides you on a walking tour of Historic Downtown Summerville. To purchase tickets for this year’s event on December 18th at 5:30 pm or 7:00 pm, call 843.821.7260. Tickets are $10.00 per person; limited tickets will be available closer to the event.

A Christmas Carol Walking Tour with Tim Lowry

When: December 17, 2015

Where: Historic Downtown Summerville

About: Sure you may have heard the story of Ebeneezer Scrooge and the three ghosts who visited him one Christmas night. However, if you have never heard the story as told by storyteller Tim Lowry, you have never really heard the story! Join us on December 17th, 2015 at either 5:30 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. for a memorable evening of ghosts and Christmas cheer! Tickets for this event will be available soon!

Christmas Tree Lighting

When: Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Where: Hutchinson Square, Downtown Summerville

About: The annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Hutchinson Square will be on Tuesday, December 1st at 6:30 pm. Join the Mayor of the Town of Summerville as he lights up Town Square in Historic Downtown Summerville. Prior to the lighting, musical entertainment by the Summerville High School band and choir will begin at 6:00 pm. This event is hosted by the Flowertown Garden Club.

Summerville Christmas Parade

When: December 13, 2015 2pm

Where: Downtown Summerville


Sponsored by Summerville DREAM, the Annual Christmas Parade is a free, public event that brings the community together to spread Christmas cheer. Traditionally, the parade is one of the largest in the state, and has featured nearly 3,000 participants with an overwhleming spectatorship of 25,000. The Parade sports an annual theme, in which the paricipants’ floats are judged, based on originality, creativity, and overall effort. Community members are encouraged to promote their organization, school or business to help celebrate the holiday. Spread Christmas cheer by dressing in holiday costume, handing out candy, etc. — only participants in the holiday spirit will be allowed to take part in the procession.

A Storybook Christmas is the theme for the 2015 parade.  A favorite Christmas tale, sweet memories from holidays past, or dreams for the future….A Storybook Christmas has many different meanings.

Summerville SC Christmas Parade

Summerville SC Real Estate Market Reports with Foster Smith

April stats are in for Summerville, SC and it was another strong Spring month, a little slower than the March Market Report, but still strong.

Houses are averaging only 21 days on the market and sellers are receiving (on average) 98% of their asking price.   This makes for a strong seller’s market especially with low inventory in certain areas. Fill out this form or give me a call if you are interested in what your Summerville home is worth in today’s market. Foster Smith – 843-974-6029.Summerville SC Real Estate Market Conditions

What is the Average Price Per Square Foot in Summerville,SC?

Summerville SC Real Estate Market Report with Foster Smith shows that the Average Price per square foot in Summerville, SC went up to $97 last month, this is up from last year and significantly up from the price per square foot in Summerville two years ago!  Two hundred and seventy seven homes were sold in the Summerville, SC area which is up 26% from this time last year in 2014.  The Average Sales Price in Summerville is $190,000 which is up 8% from this time last year.  Home Sellers in Summerville, SC are on average receiving 97% of their list price, which is a very strong statistics for our area and shows that the market is no longer a buyer’s market. At the moment in Summerville, there are a little over 900 homes on the market and those homes are averaging 25 days on the market before going under contract.  Please feel free to contact me at 843-974-6029 or if you are interested in buying a new home in Summerville , a historic home in Summerville or selling your Summerville home.Summerville SC Real Estate with Foster Smith