Tag: Columbia South Carolina Homes

Amazon is coming to Lexington County South Carolina

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
Amazon.com is coming to Lexington County South Carolina and promises 1,200-plus jobs I am reprinting this article from thestate.com as they will remove articles from online after a couple of weeks. Good to hear that there is some job growth. Happy Holiday wishes from Adrian. Amazon.com plans to begin construction next month; Lexington County Council offers incentives including to repeal Sunday sales restrictions By TIM FLACH – tflach@thestate.com Online retailer Amazon.com…

Video – Columbia SC real estate agent describes Columbia SC

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
Columbia SC... "A large southern town with city aspects available if you want it" I was proud to attend the University of South Carolina, graduating in 1993. Go Gamecocks! I moved away shortly after graduation but was drawn back to it in 2000 and have been happy to call it my home since. As a real estate agent who assists families in the purchase of their new home when relocating…

Video-Columbia SC new homes a better deal than a foreclosure?

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
Why buy a used Columbia SC home with someone else's fingernail clippings in the carpet?  In the Columbia SC new home real estate market it is often a better deal to buy a new home rather than a fixer upper or torn up foreclosure. Time and time again I've shown these types of homes to buyers and they have seen with their own eyes the many benefits of buying new.…

Story about our Wounded Warriors [Video] – Fort Jackson SC

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
A good friend of mine in the Army who assists wounded warriors in Landstuhl, Germany sent me this video. I think it is a good reminder to all of us to never forget our heroes who are making sacrifices every day in name of our freedom. While you are at it, you should visit the Wounded Warrior Project website to find out more, what we all can do. If you are able,…

Columbia SC Home Real Estate Agent says “You MUST do this for your home… NOW!”

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
It is easy to do and can PAY you back in the long run In Columbia SC even the best of us are guilt of procrastinating. Today I want to talk to you about something that is near and dear to my heart as a Columbia real estate agent, YOUR HOME! More specifically the circulatory system of your house, the Heating and Air system (HVAC). I’m sure you know this,…

Columbia SC Real Estate agent says Bring On the Holiday Lighting Season

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
Columbia SC: Here are two can't miss holiday lighting events in the Columbia SC area. The Holiday Lights on the River at Saluda Shoals Park in the Irmo SC area. I've been to this before, definitely worth a family outing. In years past it was only drive through light viewing but this year they've added a walking tour. Visit here for more information: http://www.icrc.net/holidaylightsontheriver.aspx The immensely popular Riverbanks Zoo here in…

Downtown Columbia SC Video-Parks and Pathways in the Columbia SC real estate market

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
The Columbia SC downtown area filled with parks, walking and biking paths? It could happen... maybe. It will if some motivated locals have their way. I'm behind them myself. Hey, it wouldn't hurt the Columbia SC home real estate market, would it? Though I do enjoy Finley Park and the Riverfront park and pathways. Those are nice but more would be better. Watch this video to find out more. This…

Columbia SC community of Lake Carolina-Holiday lights and running turkeys

  • Posted by: Adrian La Fosse
  • Category: Blog
In Columbia SC everybody knows that the Lake Carolina home community is famous for its family fun activities. The first event I want to tell you about is the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands' Turkey Day 5k & Family Fun Run 2010. Take a run or walk before you load up on holiday fare. The event is scheduled for Thursday, November 25, 2010 from 7:30AM to 11:00AM The 1…