"The creation of this new general brokerage firm allows us to use our knowledge and experience reaching a national audience to serve potential buyers, particularly those relocating to the Charleston area."
Charleston, SC (PRWEB) October 21, 2010
Buyers seeking Charleston, SC real estate now have an innovative new resource for learning about the local real estate market. A group of Charleston area development veterans have formed Charleston Preferred Properties (CPP), a general brokerage firm specializing in assisting buyers with residential real estate purchases throughout the Charleston region.
Founding members of the CPP team include Charleston real estate veterans Frank Brumley and Matthew R. Sloan, real estate marketer Carolyn Lancaster and relocation specialist and Broker Associate Casey Kellermann. The team is supported by an administrative staff that assists with market analysis, online communications, closing coordination, office management and finances.
The firm's website was recently launched as a key tool for potential clients. Featuring a comprehensive "Charleston Area Guide" that provides details and photographs of the region's residential neighborhoods, the site also offers an easy-to-use, customized search tool that allows users to search the entire Charleston MLS database for active listings throughout Charleston. A wealth of market reports and data for each of the region's key real estate markets are posted on the "Market Update" section of the site, which serves as the firm's blog.
"The creation of this new general brokerage firm allows us to use our knowledge and experience reaching a national audience to serve potential buyers, particularly those relocating to the Charleston area who want to learn about their options throughout the region," said Matt Sloan, Broker in Charge for Charleston Preferred Properties. "Our Broker Associate, Casey Kellermann, is passionate about helping orient buyers who are relocating to the area, and has a strong knowledge of the region's real estate markets, particularly in the downtown, East Cooper and island communities."
Casey Kellermann began his real estate career in 2000 as a Buyer's Agent for a small company in Colorado. His sales success and leadership ability soon took him to one of the top positions with the largest real estate firm in Breckenridge, CO. The desire for a change in lifestyle brought him to Charleston, where he now helps clients navigate the local market as Broker Associate at CPP.
Formed as a division of the Daniel Island Company, CPP will focus on a larger geographic area, showing properties throughout the region in order to match clients with the most appropriate location and property to fit their needs.
The Daniel Island Company is a Charleston, South Carolina-based developer of master planned "lifestyle communities." The company is responsible for the award-winning community that has emerged on Daniel Island, a 4,000-acre sea island located within the City of Charleston. The Company's second community, Carnes Crossroads, is currently under development in Goose Creek, just 17 miles north of Charleston.
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