Lowcountry Properties allows users to narrow a property search to area, zip code, MLS number, schools, IDX map, or specific neighborhood. In the past, buyers looking for property in the Beaufort SC were limited to limited options. For example, if a potential buyer happened to be looking for homes in Pleasant Point Plantation, they would have to meander through all of the Lady's Island property listings. With Lowcountry Properties specific search technologies, a buyer can easily narrow their search, and save valuable time. Because the site also set up community pages with listings, a user could also go straight to http://www.lowcountryproperties.com/
Lowcountry Properties has also attracted internet users through information on communities, schools, mortgage lending, home values, and a blog related to real estate news. The blog is most up to date collaboration on Beaufort SC news and events. Common blogs include new property listings, Beaufort market statistics, real property tax information, and laws affecting area real estate. The blog can be viewed at http://www.lowcountryproperties.com/
Creating an account on Lowcountry Properties allows the user to save specific property searches, save favorite listings, create a profile and directly ask an agent questions. All that, and it's free. Todd Covington, owner of Lowcountry Properties remarks, "We set out to provide Beaufortonians the best real estate information possible. Our website is an extension of the services we personally provide to clients in the Beaufort, South Carolina area".
The combination of better searching, personal user accounts and save options is probably why Lowcountry Properties now ranks so high. Covington plans to add Microsoft's Bird's Eye View and other improvements in the near future. The implementation of even greater tools likely keeps the top spot for the foreseeable future.
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Lowcountry Properties offers real estate services in the Beaufort South Carolina market. We focus on the finest properties in the area. No agency can give your homes more exposure than us.