Jim is a lifelong resident of the low-country.
Although his true calling may be in Real Estate, he has a background in
Customer Service, Supervision, Training and Human Resources, all of which
serve to make him an excellent resource for you in your search for the
perfect low-country home.
To be honest, Jim is poor golfer, an average fisherman, but an excellent
armchair quarterback. He wrecks motorcycles, eats all the wrong foods,
and enjoys, in some degree of moderation, islay scotch and maduro cigars.
He has watched The Big Lebowski innumerable times, however, his heart
still favors Groundhog Day, because of the underlying message that our
lives only begin when we begin to put others first. To be truthful
though, he really did like the way that rug pulled the room together.
When he grows up he wants to be Bob Dylan.
His beautiful wife Terry owns the best barbershop in the Palmetto state,
and his daughter Maddie is the latest addition to that wonderful staff. He
is a solid dog-walker for their Maltese monster, Chico, and the best son
ever to his momma, the Beeze. His sisters confirm that he is, indeed,
Let Jim help you with your search for your new home. He’ll quote Seinfeld,
astound you with his knowledge of the trivial and unimportant, and tell
you stories of the area that might be best left untold. More important,
he’ll be your best advocate, your knight in slightly wrinkled tinfoil.
Armed with a GMC pickup and an iphone, he’ll show you the neighborhoods,
the highways, the byways and the tucked away hamlets of the tri-county
area. You want downtown? He’ll show you SOB to NoMo; you want East Cooper
or West Ashley? He’ll deliver Red Top to 41 and points beyond. You want to
try out the hinterlands of upper Berkeley county? Born and raised there;
he knows Santee Circle to Swamp Fox. He’ll give you the lowdown on the
low-country, and tell you all the reasons why the Charleston, South
Carolina coast is the best place in the world to buy a home.
- Low Country for life
- Dedicated, diligent, hard working