All of the South Carolina Real Estate Agents and Agencies in our directory are listed below in alphabetical order by city.
By clicking on any of the listings, you will be taken to a page that will give you more information about a particular agent, broker, or company where you'll find details about them and their expertise.
If you know of a real estate agent, broker, or company that should be listed here, just send them to our directory submission page so they can submit their business for free also!
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If there are no agents listed in your area, you can use the search feature below to look beyond our directory.
Just type in the words "real estate agents" (without the quotes) and the city or area you want, then click the search button. This will give you a list of real estate agents in the area you specified from the internet. There you go, a fast and easy way to find a real estate agent!
You may be wondering if the term "first time home buyer" only applies to those that have never bought a home before. The answer is no, single parent families, veterans, and those that are disabled can be considered a first timer at any time. Others may be considered a first timer if you haven't owned a home in three years. You will have to check your county to see if this applies to you or not.
Remember your credit history is very important, so before looking for a home you should be aware of your credit score. If you score is low, work on raising it before looking for a home or trying to qualify for a mortgage. That way you put yourself in an awesome position to take advantage of any saving programs and low interest rates that are available.
Many people start looking for a home, find one they want and then find out they can't get it because their credit needs work. That's why everyone is encouraged to start out with knowing the credit profile.
While working on your credit, start saving some money for a down payment. Yes there may be assistance available, but it is good to have money saved. If perhaps you don't need it for the down payment, then you have money for other necessary items for the new home.
How much should you save for a down payment? Here's a calculator that can help you. Depending on the type of mortgage you may need to save from 3.5% to 10%. Even with assistance, you may still need to put some cash into the process, so start preparing by saving.
Once your credit file looks good, then talk to a lender to see how much you can borrow for a home. Now you know what price range to shop in. You are prepared to talk to a South Carolina real estate agents! Awesome!
Would you like to see what program/grants are available to South Carolina residents?
Check out our first time home buyer programs page for a detailed explanation.
So have you found a home? Are you thinking about getting qualified for a mortgage? Maybe you want to visit our page on how to qualify for a mortgage.
Is there more mortgage information for you? Yes, if you want to learn more about other mortgage options you may want to consider the several home mortgage information articles listed here. Take your time and scan the various subjects and become an educated buyer.
Would you like some help? Perhaps a personal coach to guide you through the process is what you're looking for. For free coaching, fill out the questionnaire here. Then you will be contacted and offered the assistance you need.
Go to House Buyer Solutions Home Page.
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May 24, 18 01:21 PM
Credit Repair law firms abound. All claim to specialize in credit repair. I may get sued for writing this, but it’s my opinion that credit repair law firms are scams.
Mar 26, 18 03:08 PM
Due to cost of living, property cost, and housing my husband (retired Navy), myself (retired wife) and 25 yr old son live together and have for over 5
Mar 26, 18 02:33 PM
I am wanting to purchase a small single family home for myself and I don't make a whole lot. I read about the debt to income ratio and I'm good on that.
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