Find a Property Before it’s on Zillow!

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Potential Buyers on Hilton Head Island take note! There is a new way to find out about a property before it is listed for sale on the internet or Zillow. There is only one way to find out about these new properties. Your local Hilton Head Multiple Listing Agent can see them before you ever do.

These properties are categorized as “Listing Delay”! The sellers have deferred putting their properties on the market until a certain date. However, your Hilton Head MLS agent can see them before you ever do and even show some of them to you before they hit the market or internet.

If you would like to be recieve these property updates, email us today! These properties change daily and your agent can keep you posted if the perfect property pops up!



Hilton Head Real Estate Sales Surge in May 2020

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The Hilton Head Real Estate Market has been playing catchup from a sleepy spring as sales surge in the Months of May and June. Prospective purchasers are not taking a chance on time! They have been rewarded with selection and low interest rates!

Hilton Head Real Estate 2020

If you would like to find out what’s available, just give us a call at (843)785-7111 or shoot us an email. With this activity, inventory will certainly change. After all, we are an Island that is 100% developed near the beach. We are certainly seeing negotiations firm up on the Island with multiple offers on properties that are priced right! Stay Happy and Healthy!



Virtual Open Houses on Hilton Head Island

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Just click on the photos below for an awesome video tour or the property!

311 Main Sail – Now Pending!
3 BR – 3 BA Shelter Cove
9 Eagle Claw – Now Pending!
3 BR – 3 BA Hilton Head Plantation
60 Full Sweep – Now Pending
4 BR – 3BA Palmetto Dunes
2214 Windsor Place – Now Pending
1 BR – 2 BA Palmetto Dunes
9 Wildbird Lane – Now Pending
3BR – 3 BA Palmetto Hall
38 Hickory Cove -Now Pending
3 BR – 4BA – Palmetto Dunes
785 Queens Grant – Now Pending
3 BR – 3 BA Palmetto Dunes
5 Ribaut Drive – $2,999,000
6 BR – 6.5 BA Hilton Head Plantation
3 Club Manor – $1,199,000
5 BR – 4.5 BA Palmetto Hall
6 Little Harbour Manor – Now Pending
4 BR – 3 BA – Little Harbour Manor
513 Sea Cloisters – Now Pending
3 BR – 3 BA – Folly Field
17 Myrtle Lane – Now Pending
4 BR – 3 BA South Forest Beach
7 Gadwall – New Pending
5 BR Oceanfront Sea Pines
5308 Hampton Place – Now Pending
3 BR – 3 BA Palmetto Dunes
21 Mulberry Road – Now Pending
4 BR – 4 BA Colleton River
14 Water Oak Drive – Now Pending
3BR – 3 BA Sea Pines
213 Sea Cloisters Villa – $699,000
3 BR – 3 BA Folly Field Area
5 Ellis Court – Now Pending
4 BR – 4 BA Palmetto Hall



Sea Turtles Nesting on Hilton Head Island 2020

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These incredibles Sea Turtles are returning to the Island after leaving the Island as hatchlings almost 25 years ago. If you would like to adopt a nest, the cost is $25.00 and you will be able to follow your nest with updates from from Andrea Siebold(see below). Hilton Head Properties this year will adopt a nest for every new buyer that works with us this year! Click here to adopt your own nest. To start shopping for your very own nest on the Island click Hilton Head Properties!


July 24, 2020

Dear Sea Turtle Adopters,

It’s July on the Island and despite Covid 19, we’ve tourists galore!  We are also experiencing lots of hatchings of our beloved sea turtles!  We are halfway through nesting season already!!

I’d like to introduce you to our “Man On The Beach”, my husband, Steve.  He is out on the beach at sunrise most every morning and has some wonderful interaction with both the Sea Turtle Patrol (those folks permitted by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources to both monitor and protect our precious mommas and nests) and the opportunity to photograph his adventures for us to enjoy!

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We currently are experiencing “boils”.  That is the term used when a sea turtle nest hatches.  When the babies scramble out of the hole the momma dug some 45 to 65 days ago, it looks like a pot “boiling”. At that time, you see little baby turtle tracks leading EVERYWHERE out of the nest.  Some take the most circuitous route to the open ocean. This little baby was found making his way 2/10th of a mile away from where his nest hatched, working his way to the ocean!

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The Sea Turtle Patrol monitors these “boils” and reports to the DNR where eventually that information will make it to YOU, the Nest Adopters, via an email from me!  Sometime in the next month or so.  I can’t wait and I bet you can’t either!

More in the coming weeks!

In the meantime, in the wonderful words of our Miss Andrea:

~ Take care of our world.

Continue to be safe.

Best,

Terri

Terri Johnson

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

803-389-8458

turtles@coastaldiscovery.ort

www.coastaldiscovery.org

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July 4, 2020

Dear Sea Turtle Friends,

We have passed the 200 mark for sea turtle nests on Hilton Head Island.  It is tuning out to be a very good season!  To give you an idea of the average:  by the Fourth of July last year, we had 364 nests (our record high year), and in 2018, we had 118 nests by this date.  So we are about average this year – pretty good.

Many of you are asking about tracks on the beach that look like this:

These are false crawls.  It means that the mother sea turtle dragged herself ashore and decided to skip the nesting.  Sometimes she runs into “stuff” on the beach (although the Hilton Head Island Turtle Trackers do a great job of making sure the beach is clear for turtles).  Sometimes, she hits an eroded sand cliff that is too high for her to climb,

and sometimes she just changes her mind….a girl is allowed to do that, isn’t she??!!

We have had 97 false crawls so far this season – that is 33% of the total tracks spotted.  That is actually lower than usual:  last year 40% of the tracks were false crawls.

On a personal note, after 12 seasons of running the Coastal Discovery Museum Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Program as a volunteer, I am stepping away from the leadership responsibility. It is my pleasure to introduce you all to Terri Johnson.  She is a high energy lady who loves sea turtles and the museum, and will be taking over for me with the next email update. She is so excited about this new opportunity to get to know you all and to share with you the news and joys of the sea turtles of Hilton Head Island.  I will not be far away – I live just down the street from Terri, available for giving advice and support, but happily retired!  You all have my email address, so please keep in touch!

All the best,

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


June 24, 2020

Dear Sea Turtle Friends,

A fisherman fishing from the shore on the north end of Hilton Head Island caught more than he planned this week – he hooked a Kemps Ridley sea turtle!  Luckily, the hook was removed and the beautiful creature was released.  Here is the link to the Island Packet article about the exciting catch: 

Kemps Ridley are not only the smallest of the sea turtle family, but they are the most endangered of all.  They do not generally nest on our island, however last season, we had one nest and hatch here.  Very unusual!

There are seven different species of sea turtles:

The Coastal Discovery Museum classroom has these life-size models of the six endangered sea turtles – be sure to visit when you are on the island!

The largest is the Leatherback which often swims in our waters in April and May, but very rarely nest here (they like the hotter weather further south). 

The ones that generally frequent the Hilton Head beaches are the loggerheads. These turtles weigh about 300+ pounds (wow!), have a very large head and heavy strong, jaws – which is perfect for them because they mainly eat crustaceans like horseshoe crabs    and whelks  . 

Loggerhead Turtle

Loggerheads are our girls, and we think they are beautiful – don’t you?

Sea turtles are ancient animals – they have been around for millions of years…some estimate 110 million years!!!  (Yikes – that means that they were here with the dinosaurs!)  Now it is our job to educate the public so that sea turtles can survive for another 110 million years….thank you for helping!

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


June 16, 2020

Dear Nest Adopters and Sea Turtle Friends,

What better creature to celebrate than the sea turtle – our favorite!!!  World Sea Turtle Day is celebrated every year on June 16th, the birthday of Dr. Archie Carr, the “father of sea turtle biology”.  Dr. Carr spent his entire career on sea turtle research and conservation, long before the field of conservation biology was recognized. 

World Sea Turtle Day

Again this year, we are turning to the folks at the World Wildlife Fund for their list of

        Ten Things you might not have known about Sea Turtles

        (thanks to WWF for sharing this list as directly quoted below)

1.  Turtles don’t have teeth. Instead, their upper and lower jaws have sheaths made of keratin (the same stuff your fingernails are made of) that fit onto the skull like a pair of false teeth.

2.  Turtle shells are made of over 50 bones fused together – so they’re literally wearing their bones on the outside. 

3.The first few years of a marine turtle’s life are often referred to as the ‘lost years’. That’s because the time between when the hatchlings emerge until they return to coastal shallow waters to forage is incredibly difficult to study. The lost years they spend at sea – which can be up to 20 years – largely remain a mystery to humans….(hoping that future marine biologists out there will figure this out!)

4. Sea turtle species vary greatly in size. The smallest is the Kemp’s Ridley, while the Leatherbacks can weigh more than 1000 pounds!  (We have had both nest – one time each – on Hilton Head Island.)

5. It’s estimated that as few as 1 in 1,000 sea turtle eggs will survive to adulthood. Litter on the beach makes those odds even worse!!

6. Female leatherbacks make some interesting noises when they are nesting – some of which sound similar to a human belch!

7. Turtles seem to prefer red, orange and yellow colored food. They appear to investigate these colors more than others when looking for a meal. (who knew?!)

8. Sea turtles can migrate long distances – the known record is a female that swam nearly 13,000 miles over 647 days from Indonesia to the west coast of the United States! 

9. Female sea turtles often return to nest on the same beach from which they hatched. Sea turtles’ amazing ability to navigate comes from their sensitivity to the Earth’s magnetic fields.

10. Even with all these amazing features and adaptations, sea turtles are threatened with extinction.  One major threat to sea turtles is plastic pollution. It is estimated that at leastone sea turtle out of two has ingested plastic often mistaking it for food such as jellyfish.  Luckily, Hilton Head Island has greatly limited, by ordinance, the use of single-use plastic bags, and many Hilton Head restaurants have stopped offering plastic straws. 

We can all do something – spread the word – let’s make EVERY day World Sea Turtle Day!

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


June 6, 2020

Dear Sea Turtle Friends,

Our mother sea turtles are going crazy this week – we have had 21 new nests just during the first 6 days of June!

The total number of nests on Hilton Head Island is 78, as of today.  Seems like a big number, until it is compared to past years:   

            2020:  78 nests by June 6th

            2019:  162 nests by June 6th (our record high year!)

            2018:  41 nests by June 6th (our record low year)

            2017:  100 nests by June 6th

            2016:  115 nests by June 6th

It is not going to be a record year this year but bigger than we expected after the huge number last year.  Since mother sea turtles nest only every 2-3 years, all of last year’s mothers are resting up this summer!

Generally, mother sea turtles know where it is safe to nest.  As they crawl ashore, they use their chins to find dry sand to lay their eggs.  But sometimes they need a little help (don’t we all!!) …..like the mother who laid this nest right at the high tide line:

The sea turtle patrol (the only people permitted by law to touch the nests) will very carefully dig up the nest, one egg at a time, and move it to safer ground – see the nest back there behind the original body pit?

It has been determined that a relocated nest has a better chance of success than one that is not moved – amazing, isn’t it?!   So far this season, over 60% of the Hilton Head Island nests have been relocated to safer ground.

So, there are thousands of hatchlings developing under the ground right now.  Those growing babies aren’t wearing face masks like we are, but they are protected by the warm, dry sand, and by all of us beach goers who keep the beach safe for them! 

More later –

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


May 23, 2020

From: Andrea Siebold <andreabsiebold@gmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2020 7:24:35 AM
To: Andrea Siebold <andreabsiebold@gmail.com>
Subject: Happy World Turtle Day!!!

Dear Turtle Fans,

May 23rd is celebrated around the world as World Turtle Day.  (Generally I only celebrate World SEA Turtle Day, which is June 16….but I just had the opportunity to be with the giant tortoises in the Galapagos Islands.  So not to leave them out, we will recognize this day as well!!)

World Turtle Day was founded in 2000 by American Tortoise Rescue – with the purpose of educating people about the things they can do to help protect the habitats of turtles and tortoises.  It is also a chance to celebrate the joy that these huge ancient creatures bring to so many!

On Hilton Head Island, we all can help the endangered turtles that nest on our beach:

  • Lights out on the beach after 10:00 pm.  Mother sea turtles and hatchlings are distracted by lights on the beach during nesting or hatching.
  • Fill in holes and knock down sandcastles after your time on the beach.  They are obstacles for nesting turtles or emerging hatchlings.
  • Use reusable water bottles and shopping bags.  Floating plastic looks like food to sea turtles.
  • Hold onto balloons.  Released balloons can end up in the ocean where sea turtles will think they are food and eat them.
  • Leave nesting turtles, nests and hatchlings undisturbed.
  • Remove your trash and beach equipment before dark so the beach is clear for the turtles and hatchlings.

We can all make a difference!!!  To all the turtles and tortoises of the world – we salute you!

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


May 3, 2020

From: Andrea Siebold <andreabsiebold@gmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, May 3, 2020 2:10:40 PM
Subject: First Sea Turtle Nest on Hilton Head Island!!!

Dear Sea Turtle Nest Adopters,

May 3rd:  Today is the day that the first sea turtle nest of the season was found on Hilton Head Island!!  In the middle of the night, a mother sea turtle dragged herself out of the ocean, on to the sand and crawled to a beautiful, scenic spot waaaay above the high tide line.  We did not see the mother turtle (long gone by daylight) but we did see her unmistakable tracks in the sand leading into the dunes:

Once she got there, she busily dug a deep hole with her back flippers (not too easy to do!) and laid her eggs (usually about 120 of them) into the hole.  After that, she covered up all of the eggs, filled in the hole, so that her eggs would be safe from harm for the next 60 or so days until they are ready to hatch.  Then, exhausted, she dragged her tired body back into the ocean – never to visit her nest or see her babies again!  Wow!  What a lot of work for that poor mother!  If you look carefully, you can see her tracks to and from her nest:


Also notice the nice empty beach, perfect for peaceful sea turtle nesting! 

The Sea Turtle Patrol has now marked the nest with three poles and an orange label to remind us all that  this is the nest of an endangered species – they are not to be touched or disturbed.      

So we are off to a great and early start…. Hoping this is the beginning of a successful season of sea turtle nests!

Be safe, and thank you so much for your interest – we’ll keep you posted!

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


March 25, 2020

At this time of confinement, it may be somewhat comforting to know that nature continues its routine – including the sea turtles of Hilton Head Island.  Although we are not able to welcome any human visitors to our island right now, we can still put out the welcome mat for the nesting sea turtles!  They are swimming out in the ocean right now, waiting for the perfect moment to come to nest.  It is still a little chilly for them in South Carolina; although the first loggerhead has already nested in Florida on March 20, it will be another week or two for us.  Stay tuned!

In the meantime, for your reading pleasure, I have attached Loggerheadlines (click here)– a publication of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Turtle Conservation Program.  These are the people that guide and oversee all that we do to preserve and protect the sea turtles. 

Be safe-

All the best,

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org


From: Andrea Siebold <andreabsiebold@gmail.com>
Date: April 6, 2020 at 9:49:43 AM CDT
Subject: Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Nest Adoption

Hilton Head Island Sea Turtle Nest Update for the 2020. It is very exciting to watch the progress of these amazing endangered species on Hilton Head Island – from nesting to hatching.  We hope that you enjoy the experience of being an adoptive “parent” to babies like this:

Baby Sea Turtle

Loggerhead sea turtle mothers come ashore on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, from May to August every year to dig their nests and lay their eggs.  We are now awaiting their return to start the process all over again in a few months.    

Sea Turtle Mom

If you adopt a nest or are a new adoptive “parent” we will keep you updated by email on the progress of your adopted nest and the Hilton Head Island Sea Turtles in general throughout the season.

Nest adoptions help provide the Coastal Discovery Museum with funds to educate area students, residents and visitors, as well as interested people from around the world, on the precious sea turtles of Hilton Head Island.  Welcome to the 2020 sea turtle season – more details to follow shortly!

Sincerely,

Andrea

Andrea B. Siebold

Sea Turtle Nest Adoption Coordinator

Coastal Discovery Museum

843-415-2211

andreabsiebold@gmail.com

www.coastaldiscovery.org



Take Exit 8: Hilton Head Island

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Hilton Head Island & Bluffton Real Estate News
March 2020
HHI is just a Drive Away!
We recieved an email today from a guest that had booked an international vacation to a resort Island, but decided to drive to Hilton Head for summer vacation instead! The beauty of Hilton Head for most is that it is just a days drive(or less) away from where they live. So how does Hilton Head Island measure from where you live?

Atlanta ~ 285
Boston ~ 1025
Charlotte ~ 254
Chicago ~ 954
Cincinnati ~ 663
Indianapolis ~ 771
Jacksonville ~ 175
Knoxville ~ 416
Louisville ~ 657
Nashville ~ 533
New York ~ 867
Philadelphia ~ 720
Raleigh ~ 325
Savannh ~ 40
Washington ~ 592

Car access to the island is from I-95 at Hardeeville exit #8. Take U.S. Highway 278 directly to the Island. Hope to see you soon! 
Click here to check out our incredible accomodations!

Local Happenings in March:
Hilton Head Island St. Patricks Day ParadeStill on this Weekend!
Spring Has Sprung on Hilton Head Island
Open Houses this weekend! 
9 Wildbird
27 Sullivans
Market Trends and Research – Inventories Dropped Last Month!
OH MY…Mortgage Rates At 3.24%
All You Can Eat Oyster Roast – This SaturdayReal Estate For Sale

“I love being on vacation and never knowing what day it is.”

All Our Best,
Robbie Bunting and Jane HyersHilton Head Properties(843)785-7111
All Our AwesomeProperties for SalePlease Click Here



Hilton Head Properties February 2020 Newsletter

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“Despite the forecast, live like it’s spring!”~Lilly Pulitzer

Hilton Head Island & BlufftonReal Estate News
February 2020

How’s your Zestimate? Today, many property owners use Zillow to determine the value of their Hilton Head Property(or any other property). Did you know that as an owner you can claim your property on Zillow and correct any inaccuracies? As well, once a property is listed for sale, the listing agent can log in and make any corrections to the property. If you need any assistance in correcting your properties descriptions, just let me know.

Local Happenings and Real Estate Ideas:
Saturday Seafood Festival
January 2020 Residential Sales on the Island
January 2020 Villa Sales on the Island
Advanced Pricing for the Heritage Golf Tournament
Road Tripping to Savannah – 55 things to do!
Coligny Beach – One of Best in US!
Pop in and let’s talk Realty and RentalsReal Estate For Sale

All Our Best,

Robbie Bunting and Jane Hyers
Hilton Head Properties
(843)785-7111

All Our AwesomeProperties for SalePlease Click Here



Leaning into Twenty-Twenty!

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Hilton Head Island & BlufftonReal Estate News
February 2020
Twenty Twenty is going to be Awesome!!! Looking back on the market in 2019 we learned a few things that can help when buying or selling in the Hilton Head Market. Here they are in no particula order:

* The overall median price was up 3.4% in 2019.
* Sellers received on average 96.8% of their selling price in 2019
* The number of homes available for sale dropped 12.1% in 2019.
* Sales were up 5.6% by the end of 2019 in the Hilton Head Market
* Distressed sales were a small player(1.6%)in the Hilton Head Market.
* Sea Pines averaged 1 sale per day in 2019 (365 sales)
* Non Gated Communities offered the lowest priced properties in 2019.
* The average days on the market for all properties in 2019 was 170 days
* Off plantation condos sold the fastest with 106 days on the market
* Hilton Head Plantation was a close 2nd with only 113 days.

If you would like to chat about the market via textemailin person or on the phone let us know! We offer one stop shopping with our vacation rental company and realty company located at 12 New Orleans Road.

Local Happenings and Real Estate Ideas:
Attention Foodies – It’s Restaurant Week on Hilton Head Island
History and High Tea – Authors Chat
Open Houses – We can walk you through virtually! Email us for a tour!
Median Age of Buyers is climbing!
Register for the free Hilton Head House giveaway on HGTVA
Short Video on the Top 10 Reasons to buy a second home
Real Estate For Sale

“Clients don’t care how much we know until they
know how much we care!”

All Our Best,

Hilton Head Properties
(843)785-7111
All Our AwesomeProperties for SalePlease Click Here



Top 10 Reasons to Buy a Second Home vs. Renting one.

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Hilton Head Island & BlufftonReal Estate News

Buying vs. Renting a Second Home on Hilton Head Island. 

Listed below are the Top 10 reasons to buy a second home on Hilton Head Island vs. renting one!

1. Your vacation dollars pay your mortgage not someone elses.
2. You can get a head start on on retirement with a foot in the door.
3. You may enjoy long term appreciation based on the history of ownership.
4. Your potential tax deductions could include mortgage interest and taxes.
5. You can have others pay your mortgage by renting your property.
6. You can take out the guess work of where you you will be staying.
7. You can travel light and leave all your stuff in the owners closet.
8. Your family and friend reunions will be easier.
9. You may be able to write off your trips to maintain your rental property.
10. Your health, Happiness and Quality of Life will improve with use!

If you would like to recieve a periodical update of the best second homes for sale on Hilton Hilton Head Island… let us know! We offer one stop shopping with our vacation rental company and realty company located at 12 New Orleans Road.

Local Happenings and Real Estate Ideas:
Buying Power Increases with Low Mortgage Rates
Open Houses This Weekend On Hilton Head Island
Great Video Marketing for all our properties!
Restaurant Week Starts Next Week!
24th Gullah Celebration Started January 29
Plan your Valentines Getaway Now
House design Trends 2020
Real Estate For Sale

“Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire!”

All Our Best,

Robbie Bunting and Jane Hyers
Hilton Head Properties
(843)785-7111

All Our AwesomeProperties for SalePlease Click Here



Finding Free Money in Your Vacation Property Getaway!

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Hilton Head Island & BlufftonReal Estate News
January 2020
Finding free money when you rent your Hilton Head vacation property. The benefits to buying a second home (besides all the fun times and memories)is that the rental guests can help offset some of the expenses.

This example(click here) shows the income and how it relates to the expenses of ownership. There may also be some tax benefits that you would determine by consulting your tax adisor. This article is great in hi-liting some of the benefits of owneship.

If you would like to sit down and bounce some second home vacation rental ideas around or recieve a list of the best rentals for sale today… 
let us know! We offer one stop shopping with our vacation rental company and realty company located at 12 New Orleans Road.

Local Happenings and Real Estate Ideas:
Lower taxes on a second home bought in 2019?
Get Up to $350 Rebate on your Water Heater Replacement
A weekend of Wellness
24th Gullah Celebration
Bluffton Rotary Oyster Roast
Eat Sleep Love Travel
Beach Destinations this Winter
Build your adventure when you stay with us!
Real Estate For Sale

“Time spent at the beach is never wasted!”

Best Regards!

Robbie Bunting and Jane Hyers
Hilton Head Properties
(843)785-7111
All Our AwesomeProperties for SalePlease Click Here



HNY from Hilton Head Properties!

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A New Decade in Real Estate on Hilton Head Island – The way in which buyers and sellers do real estate has changed over the past decade.  Looking forward into the next decade we expect to see:

1. The buying and selling process to become even faster with new online technologies that will speed everything up.
2. Real Estate data will be eaiser to acces via the interenet making the market even more transparent to both buyers and sellers.
3. iBuyer platforms will make it seamless when selling one property to buy another.
4. The buying and selling experience will have less friction for all involved.
5. An agents role will move to that of a trusted advisor that assists buyers and sellers through the process of buying, selling and managing their property.
6. An agent’s local market knowledge will help buyers and sellers “localize” the vast information found on the internet.

At Hilton Head Properties Realty and Rentals we recognize that our clients are the heartbeat of every transaction. While we will embrace new technologies, we will never let go of the trust and relationships our clients have come to expect throughout the ownership experience!

Local Happenings and Real Estate Ideas:
Live Music in Hilton Head
Restaurant Week 2020
Hilton Head Food and Winefest 202010
Interior Design Trends Ditched in 2020
Register 2 x’s per day to win this Dream Home
Spa Deals for the MonthReal Estate For Sale

“Let’s bounce some 2020 real estate ideas around!”

Best Regards!

Robbie Bunting and Jane Hyers
Hilton Head Properties
(843)785-7111




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