July 2017 Calendar Of Events

Dated: 06/29/2017

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It’s hard to imagine, but half the year is over and July is upon us.  July and August are our hottest months and a great time to enjoy the beach!  Get ready for firework displays all over town on July 4 and good music coming to town this month.  The Riverdogs are finishing up their last few games, but there's still plenty of things to do around town...  Click on the events for links to more info, scoll down for a little insight into the real estate market this summer!

Here is the July Calendar of Events:

1: 5th Annual History Fair, Magnolia Plantation

2: Mountain Music Festival, Fresh Fields Kiawah

4: Fireworks displays from Yorktown, N Chas Riverfront Park, Folly Beach, etc

4: Uncle Sam Jam Party, Mt Pleasant Waterfront Park

4: Reading of Declaration of Independence at Old Exchange at 10:30am followed by the Washington Light Infantry and the Charleston Wind Symphony 4th of July Spectacular at St Phillips Church

6-8: MegaDock Billfishing Tournament Governor’s Cup, City Marina

8: Gromfest Surf Contest, Folly Beach

12: Cody Jinks, Charleston Music Hall, Downtown

13: Steve Earle,Charleston Music Hall, Downtown

14: Surf in the City, Charleston Music Hall, Downtown

15,16: Longboard Surfing Invitational, Folly Beach

15: Shaggin’ on the Cooper, Mt Pleasant Pier

21: Reggae Nights, James Island County Park

22: Hank Williams Jr, Volvo Car Stadium, Daniel Island

23: Jason Isbell, North Charleston PAC

26: Lost in Translation, Charleston Music Hall, Downtown

29: Palmetto Paddle, Brittlebank Park, Downtown

30: Patty Griffin and Lee Ann Womack, Charleston Music Hall, Downtown

The real estate market in Charleston is booming and 2017 will likely be the busiest year we’ve ever had.  2016 was the 2nd busiest year ever by only a few transactions, and 2017 year to date is up 8.9% over 2016.  Median sales price is also up 4.4% to an all time high of $250k.  The economy is roaring along with only about 3.1% unemployment.  

Boeing is doing quite well here and Volvo is building a new plant west of Goose Creek.  Of course, BMW in Greenville has meant a lot to our port here in Charleston.  The Charleston Business Journal recently described the BMW/Port experience: Riding over the Ravenel Bridge the rows of shiny new autos are amazing. 700-1000 cars are unloaded each day from trains to the parking area, freeing the train to return to Greer to re-up. 5 BMW cars are loaded per hour onto a waiting cargo ship by 16 drivers each shift, six days a week. When Volvo’s Berkeley plant is up and running, they expect to ship out 30,000 vehicles of the 65,000 manufactured in 2018 through the port. 

Charleston has also become a favorite for tech startups... we have spots all over town where these young people are working on the next hot technology. Charleston is now known internationally as Silicon Harbor!  Getting voted #1 city in the World about 4 times in a row has drawn a lot of attention our way and we are no longer a hidden gem.  Charleston is in the spotlight.

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Joe Teders

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