Imagine this scenario: You come home from work and your front door, sensing your presence, automatically unlocks for you. You walk in, carrying bags of groceries, and as you enter the kitchen, the lights turn themselves on. You put your groceries away and realizing that you forgot an item, you send a request to your grocery store for a delivery using a touchscreen built right into the refrigerator. You settle down in the living room to watch television. Sensing that you’re slightly chilly from information gathered from your smart watch, the thermostat automatically increases the temperature of your home to keep you comfortable
Look no further? Woodcreek Farms has everything you need and be close to the awesome features of the Columbia, SC area, yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle. The pleasures of this friendly, tight-knit community go well beyond the rewards of its picturesque setting. Indeed, they go beyond the boundaries of Woodcreek Farms. Members… Continue reading Relocating to Columbia, SC?
We often discuss the difference in family wealth between homeowner households and renter households. Much of that difference is the result of the equity buildup that homeowners experience over the time that they own their home. In a report recently released by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), they reveal how valuable equity can… Continue reading The Importance of Home Equity in Retirement Planning
Age Friendly Cities Posted on 03/7/2017 by Patrick Cobb | AARP South Carolina | Comments: 0 As the U.S. population ages and people stay healthy and active longer, communities must work to adapt. AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly Communities is a comprehensive approach to helping us prepare for aging communities. The goal of Age Friendly Communities… Continue reading Age Friendly Cities
Maintenance Free Columbia, SC Community, Final Phase is Slated for Opening March, 23 2017
In the end, there’s no universal right or wrong. Since every business and every project is unique, builders must weigh the specific advantages and disadvantages. If you have the budget and experience to push through trying conditions and unexpected delays, there’s no reason you can’t remain productive 12 months a year.
Why do you want to buy a home now? This question can elicit relevant information, including pregnancies, job changes or a child leaving for college. You can then use this insight to tailor your services to the buyer’s specific needs, so that you are only showing homes that your client is interested in.