After graduating from the University of South Carolina, Joe traveled the
United States and Canada as national sales manager for a high-end
lighting manufacturer. He then operated a manufacturer’s rep agency in
Florida for 13 years. Joe’s expertise lies in understanding
appreciation, rental potential, coastal laws and tax-deferred exchanges.
“I treat every client and transaction, whether it’s a boat slip or a $4
million property, with the utmost attention to deliver satisfaction.”
Joe has over $73+ million in closed real estate transactions and is a stockholder in Dunes Properties. Go ahead. Demand Joe’s attention. You won’t be disappointed. Cell: 843.345.4510
Charleston is a city of many faces, and there is no place, and no lifestyle, that rivals it. South of Broad is an area of historic homes where old Charleston families live alongside transplanted professionals. Tourists wander the ancient narrow streets and alleys. The sound of hooves on pavement and cobblestone marks the passing of another horse drawn carriage tour. Movie crews periodically change the street signs and put up old gas lamps. Along the Battery, visitors drop their quarters into mounted binoculars so they can view Ft. Sumter, the place where “The War Between the States” began. Up King Street and along Calhoun, the spirit changes and so do the faces. Here is the College of Charleston, surrounded by neighborhoods of still old homes, but smaller and filled with younger professionals. Towards the Ashley River is the Medical University of South Carolina and the Roper Hospital complex. Along the banks of the river are new hotels, a renovated old warehouse filled with new businesses, and marinas.
Surrounding Area & Islands
Isle of Palms is a barrier island with everything. There’s lush vegetation, from age-old live oaks to flowering crepe myrtles and oleanders. For the sports-minded, there’s golf, great fishing, crabbing and shrimping, and more water sports than we can name. The Town of Sullivans Island, a barrier island north of Charleston Harbor, is comprised of approximately 2,000 residents in half as many households. These are primarily full or part time citizens that enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the Island. There are very few short-term rentals and no hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, or other transient lodging. Mount Pleasant was voted a top 10 All America City by the National Civic League in 2010. Few Southern towns of its size offer such a diverse nature. Mount Pleasant residents can enjoy an old-fashioned ice cream soda at the Pitt Street Pharmacy in the Old Village, sip a piping hot cappuccino in Towne Center, and end the day chatting over cocktails dockside at one of Shem Creek’s many waterfront restaurants.