April 2020

Found 3 blog entries for April 2020.


One of the most exciting events associated with Hilton Head Island for the past 51 years has been the RBC Heritage PGA golf tournament. This event that takes place attracts people from all different age groups providing a week long of fun in the sun that won't be forgotten! In the spirit of reminiscing on some great heritage memories I decided to ask one of my best friends from college to reflect on his first Heritage experience!

 

 

When most people think of their favorite golf tournament in April, one word comes to mind: Masters. Those same people are the ones who have never visited Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, SC the very next weekend. Have you ever driven your boat to the Masters? No? Didn’t think so. It’s hard to beat the feeling

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Some of my fondest memories as a child and an adult are of fishing with my father and family. In the past I have included a fishing report from Captain Christaan Politzer. Here is a post he recently shared on Facebook:

"A shout out to all my charter captain friends. While I have many friends who are in all types of businesses that are really struggling right now, I am thinking about my buddies and comrades today that make their living on the water. It looks like the struggle will continue for all of us into the summer months. The timing of this could not have been worse for any of us, but especially for the charter industry here on Hilton Head. We all struggle to make it through the winter and spring/Easter essentially "digs us out of the hole" as my

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Low tide on Sea Pines Beach

We're pleased to report the real estate market on Hilton Head Island got off to a fabulous start the first week of January and the sales momentum continued right through to the first week of March. In February, almost a home a day was going under contract in Sea Pines. The mood of the market was upbeat and positive, and by all accounts, poised for another successful year. By early March, the coronavirus took hold of the country and the impact to our market was felt almost immediately. Since then, real estate transactions have been slow to form but they are occurring and across all price points. No doubt, we'll need to put an asterisk next to this years numbers.

Looking around the island, there was a 12.2 percent increase in the number of homes sold

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