There are several good reason why. .

Categories: Anderson County News, Area News, General News, Greenville County News, New Listing, Oconee County News, Pickens County News, and Real Estate News.

As the title of this blog states, there are several good reasons why . . . . .  you will not find this type of lock box on any of our active listings. First and foremost, these type of lockboxes are NOT secure. A prospective buyer could have the opportunity to see
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How many of these will it take for you to finally be in your dream home?

Categories: Anderson County News, General News, Greenville County News, Oconee County News, and Pickens County News.

Unfortunately, most first-time home buyers assume that their very first home should be their “dream” home. I say, “unfortunately” because that is really not the case. You should begin with a home that you can actually afford.  On average, people move about every 5 to 7 years, so that can mean that you
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Welcome to the LAUNCH of our new website!

Categories: Anderson County News, Area News, General News, Greenville County News, Oconee County News, and Pickens County News.

Today we launched this NEW website.  This is our best yet!  It is more informative, searchable, interactive. It even includes a blog, so you can stay on top of the latest in real estate news; a mortgage calculator, you can get an idea what your monthly payment will be for the
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Happy Birthday Dunlap Team Real Estate!

Categories: Anderson County News, Greenville County News, Oconee County News, and Pickens County News.

February 16, was our “official” birthday!  We are celebrating over 5 years in business as Dunlap Team Real Estate. In 2011, we started with just the two of us (Bill and Robin Dunlap) in a small office on the Square of Historic Pendleton.  We didn’t stay in that office very
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Affective August 1, 2015: Changes to Mortgage Financing & Reporting

Categories: Finance News and Real Estate News.

Just when we think that we have everything down pat, we find out that things are about to change.  So, here we go again.  On August 1, the way that most residential mortgage loans are closed across the country will drastically change. A new rule from the new consumer protection
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