What SOLD On Your Street?

Below is a list of the latest property transfers as reported by The State Newspaper.

As you can see, the list is by county, zip code, then the street address that “transferred.” Let us know if you would like to be on this list as a buyer or seller!

Thank you!

Franklin Jones

Richland County


780 Pebblebranch Lane from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Joshua Lee Gladden and Ketuni Meshay Gladden $201,962

282 Merrimont Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Silas Pearson, Jr. and Brittany Pearson $205,440

305 Shadowmoss Lane from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Deborah L. Conrads $193,000

416 Royal Links Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Robert James McDaniel and Ashley M. Witherspoon $286,319


1818 Johnson Marina Road from Stephen R. Shealy to Hampton Gustavus Anderson, V $215,000

419 Lanyard Lane from Holly Jean Van Sicklen to Candace Burnside $158,600

248 Massey Circle from Alfred Jerome Moore, Jr. to Travanna Tamiko Moore $268,000

521 Everton Drive from David J. Norgaard and Christiane M. Norgaard to John R. Conte and Tracy L. Conte $260,000

2011 Harvestwood Lane from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Charles D. Lamar and Shelley Layne Williams $352,888

528 Everton Drive from Manuel E. Irausquin and Stephenie J. Irausquin to John M. Dickerson and Cynthia R. Dickerson $267,000

69 Wynterhall Court from Kenneth R. Perrine and Natalie Lynn Venettozzi Perrine to Matthew Pickrell $355,000


319 Avensong Trail from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Panfilo Flores Bariuan and Bernaditte Dela Cruz Barluan $212,902

10612 Two Notch Road from Won H. Kim and Hwa Cha Kim to Jacob Crowder $300,000

215 Liberty Ridge Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Mungo Homes, Inc. $225,994

836 Derby Downs Court from Dennis Huderski to Bella Nasierowski Life Estate with Robert Huderski and Mary Ann Wells $150,000

404 Windrush Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Qwatosh Blendshaw $222,000

204 Autumn Hill Lane from James T. O’Neal and Karen E. O’Neal to Shantel Lee $126,000

182 Peach Grove Circle, Unit #7-2 from Monica C. Wiesmann-Hirchert and Ernest G. Hirchert to Michael S. Woodside and Jan R. Woodside $225,000


9210 Garners Ferry Road from John Miller Adams and Dina Adams to Lacey Wayne Huggins and Carol Segura Huggins $105,500

155 Fox Meadow Lane from Joshua D. Bradley to Audrey N. McLane and Matthew McLane $165,000


5 Olde Stream Court from Day 7 Properties, LLC to Sarah E. Shurtleff $119,000

4 Coolwater Court from William H. Gately and Tara M. Clerc to Tony Horne and Jennifer F. Horne $190,000

304 Sweet Thorne Road from Elizabeth Donahue to Jomarcus Heard and Jessica Heard $144,500

202 Valeworth Drive from Diane W. Neely to Jinhyung Kim $135,000

609 Beech Drive from Anna Mortensen to Christopher R. Brownlee and Shelby L. Wolfe $128,750

1221 Friarsgate Boulevard from Joseph R. Bradley and Sherry F. Bradley to Theodore M. Skinner $147,000

1304 Page Derrick Road from Michael David Humphries to Regina Tidwell-Percival and L. Dupre Percival $207,000

341 English Legend Drive from Joanne C. Cooper and Rebecca P. Looney to John A. Coffey and Georgia H. Coffey $289,500

154 Weston Watch Road from Richard A. Schuelke to LaNeshia Monique Gilyard-Howard $128,500

113 Blackwater Lane from Donna K. Blvins to Elizabeth A. Russell $159,900


1051 Key Road, Units 17 and 19 from Ellis M. Fincher, Jr. Living Trust and Linda H. Fincher Living Trust to R2BW Properties, LLC $415,000

112 Taylors Hill Drive from W. R. Butler and Terri L. Butler to Sidney Brooks Barton, IV and Donna S. Barton $257,000

900 Taylor St., Unit #106 from Marsha B. Huntington to Shane E. Smithee $132,500


609 Hillcrest Avenue from Celtic Works, Inc. to William S. Morris and Julie A. Morris $155,000

106 Woodhaven Road from Joseph A. Kane, Jr. and Mary Susan Kane to Frank E. Carpenter and Beth S. Carpenter $210,000


3 Holly Tree Court from Sandra Johnson to Davis W. Love $214,400

2272 Two Notch Road from Alice Wyche Hurley to The Universal Church, Inc. $137,500

2416 and 2229 Two Notch Road from Michelle M. Hurley to The Universal Church, Inc. $212,500

1833 Glenwood Road from Charles D. Finley to Matthew E. Trail and Jane Marie Edwards $158,500


816 Buckingham Road from 209 Dawson, LLC to Jennifer Susanne Andrews $275,000

104 S. Edisto Avenue from Lopaco, LLC to Sean Shahidpour $314,999

1001 Burwell Lane from Blythe Building Company, LLC to Justin H. Atwood and Amy E. Atwood $542,000

211 Harden St. from Duke Emanuel to Oscar Gabriel Trejo Bravo $255,000

22 Old Shandon Circle from Stephanie R. Dowling, Michael Chad Dowling and Caroline J. Dowling to J. Michael Clark $255,000

2414 and 2418 Devine St. from Georgia H. Hart Trust to 50 Year Storm, LLC $325,000

3201 Blossom St. from 3201 Blossom Street, LLC to Colleen Coletta $375,000

1422 Haynesworth Road from Jason Pyhlasky and Virginia Pyhlasky to Keller C. Foster and Julia Jones Foster $450,000

4000 Kilbourne Road from Clinton Harris to Jeffrey E. DeLong $415,000


4206 Willingham Drive from Margaret M. Brown to Bowen Hipp Investments, LLC $188,650

2329 Wake Forest Drive from Marion S. Rideoutte to Benjamin C. Nelson and Denise R. Nelson $200,000

1055 Calendar Court from George Frederick Hutter to Blythegood, LLC $105,000

3637 Rockbridge Road from Matthew S. Miller to Craig T. Willis $200,900

6421 N. Trenholm Road from Aurea LaComba Revocable Living Trust to Emily Renee Johnson $125,000


6100 Hampton Ridge Way from Katherine G. Faulk, Estate of Nancy Helen Albrink, Emily Katherine Albrink Katz and Frederick Peter Albrink to William B. Armstrong and Satcher R. Armstrong $425,000

81 Springway Drive from Dilip Vakharia and Bveena Vakharia to Lashonda M. Simuel $115,000

1036 Munsen Spring Drive from AllenMoore, LLC to Andrew T. Spriensma $121,000

461 Eastfair Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Jemea Victoria Mills $144,792

7934 Burdell Drive from Virginia M. Marzean to Albert J. Bell, Jr. $110,425

225 Noah Court from Jeanne Manning to Herbert J. Brown $146,800

124 Toad Road from Matthew Alan Austin to Suzette P. Childress $229,000

17 Braiden Manor Road from Jeffrey Matthew Schilz to Pensco Trust Company, LLC, Custodian FBO James A. LaBrec, Jr. IRA $130,000


124 Gateway Lane from Jacqueline P. McGilvary to Kevin Metcalf $123,900

1524 Whiteford Road from Mizael Echevarria to Glover A. Johnson $106,000


1492 Lake Murray Boulevard from Terrell F. Bishop, Jr. to Blythe Building Company, LLC $135,000

17 Hillstone Court from Wanda Renee Pruitt to SSSC Homes, LLC $125,000

432 Core View Point from Samuel L. Reynolds and Norma W. Reynolds to David Rhett Damon $143,500


105 Silver Lake Road from Donald Chadwick Hopkins and Shannon Derrick Hopkins to Jeffrey B. Heath $287,000

2921 Moorland Drive from Louie Augustus Dicks and Betty G. Dicks to William Russell $156,000

508 Angus Drive from Chester L. Sutton and Joyce O. Sutton to Melvin E. Barbee $151,000

287 Allans Mill Drive from Marguerite E. Vermillion to Ashley P. Fisher and Rodney J. Fisher $177,000

156 Saddle Ridge Road from Aida I. Roberts and Julio A. Roberts to Madelaine Moore $151,500


200 Ashewicke Drive from Essex Homes Southeast, Inc. to Cecelia Burke $175,995

Clemson Road at Hardscrabble Road from Dunbar Family Limited Partnership to TSL Watercrest Propco, LLC $1,650,000

112 Heises Pond Way from Richard Brian Myers to Charlene Swift $159,000

101 Perry Oaks Lane from Alethea A. Harry to Altovise C. Dent $112,000

189 Ivey Square Drive from Robert C. Clay and Xiao Ling Lin to Pat Greenwald and Howard Greenwald $120,000

633 Summerall Lane from Palmetto Residential Rentals, LLC to Kevin B. Haynes $150,000

229 N. Donar Drive from Ashley M. Solesbee to Jordan Tyler Sinjin Hopkins $102,000

3 Turtle Creek Avenue from Charles B. McLeran and Kelly E. McLeran to Brion Benson $144,000

123 Beacon Lane from Matthew L. Borden and Angela Colette Chard n/k/a Angela Borden to Eboneika McGarity $155,000

36 Crystal Springs Court from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Nygel R. Rogers $240,500

505 Westmoreland Road from Fran C. Cepeda to Kimberly S. Johnson $138,500

1113 Artisan Drive from Morris L. Brown to Dominic J. Davis and Charise D. Davis $165,000

Lexington County


1136 Congaree Bluff Avenue from Lady Street Builders, LLC to Craig Aull and Tiffany Romanstine Jones $434,000


219 Lake Vista Drive from James P. Turner and Carolyn B. Turner to David Donaldson Hogan and Vickie Gore Hogan $539,520

1060 Old Bush River Road from Carl T. Opet to Jack Ivan LaForce $179,000

414 Dutchman Shores Circle from Estate of Julienne Upton Fellers to Elkin D. Sanchez and Leslie Sanchez $290,000

410 Lever Hill Road from D.R. Horton, Inc. to Todd E. Knight and Marcie C. Knight $307,900

217 Stoney Pointe Drive from Kelly Spring Fowlkes and Ashley Jason Fowlkes to William L. Keniston and Pamela L. Keniston $188,000

313 Fairway Pond Court from James A. Smith and Bobby Teague Buscher to Dwayne Townsend $270,000

318 Amalfi Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Weston Curtis and Elizabeth Bowen Curtis $348,333

172 Eagle Point Drive from Mary Lou Smith to Marilynn Demarco and Anthony W. Demarco $150,000

44 Southewood Circle from Betty C. North and Lewis B. North to Mary Lou Smith $122,000

507 Nantucket Way from Mungo Homes, Inc. to James D. Freeman and Betty R. Freeman $413,756

330 Amalfi Drive from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Wendy Lynn Grierson Abston $349,345

625 Webster Pointe Road from Barbara L. Cirinmcione to John S. Clemmensen and Joanne M. Clemmensen $210,000

570 Dutch Shores Circle from Mark E. Smith to Traci H. Chapman $430,000

54 Revelstone Way from Daniel V. Major and Darla W. Major to Andrew A. Eernisse and Leah Eernisse $190,000


124 Magnice Avenue from Christopher G. Scott to Mark Ryan Wininger $122,900


0 Creek End Road from Richard A. McEachern and Sally M. Mings to Michael A. Hudson and Denise C. Hudson $160,000


308 Castle Vale Road from John B. Burnside, Jr. and Candace J. Burnside to Jessica Gagnon $132,500

389 Whartsdale Road from Jessica Justice Vining to Chelsea Anderson-Rodgers $112,000

319 Cressfell Road from Delores Logan Trust to Stacie L. Brownyard $139,900


541 A P Anderson Road from Jeremy W. Simmons to Melinda H. Langford $245,000

4215 Calks Ferry Road from Charles E. Roof, Jr. to Ed Beutler and Amanda Beutler $300,000


310 Spring Mist Court from Stephen E. Hill, Jr. and Kimberly F. Hill to John Paul Sellars and Elizabeth C. Sellars $222,500

101 E. Circle Drive from Neighborhood Housing Group, LLC to Sandra Johnson and Jessie L. Deas $165,000

248 Rising Star Court from D.R. Horton – Crown, LLC to Kenya A. Cooper and Dontaavious D. Cooper $302,328

605 Spruce Glen Court from Doris Rozier Drake Trust to Mateusz R. Orzechowski $215,000

174 Hope Springs Road from Orville Edgar Owen, Jr. and Courtenay Owen to Jeffrey Allen and Lesleigh Allen $374,000

157 River Club Road from Joseph Bradley Harper and Alicia Susan Robert n/k/a Alicia S. Harper to Orville E. Owen, Jr. and Courtenay B. Owen $395,000

220 Rising Star Court from D.R. Horton – Crown, LLC to Clifford C. Sims, Jr. and Anita Sima $320,000

119 Quiet Grove Drive from Heyward L. Ruff, Jr. to Shelly K. Kozemko $135,000

218 Hermitage Road from Jason B. Gerrish and Rebecca A. Gerrish to Andrew T. Mathias and Stephanie N. Langford $147,000

239 Sunset Point Drive from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Justin Kent Sanders $252,000

310 Clambank Lane from Essex Homes Southeast, Inc. to Anthony T. Carnes and Kerri L. Carnes $346,970

139 Park Ridge Way from Executive Construction Homes, LLC to Grace Elizabeth Lynch $148,000

938 N. Lake Drive from Royalty Properties, LLC to Krish Investment Holdings, LLC $927,000

210 Glenforest Court from Marjorie M. Carey to Rebecca Woollard $140,900

154 Glade Spring Drive from Lifestone Residential, LLC to Joshua A. Bennett and Sarah E. Bennett $469,935

447 Saddlebrooke Road from John C. Thompson and Carly P. Thompson to Amber Humphries Bobo f/k/a Amber N. Humphries and David A. Bobo $184,750

414 Tailwater Bend from Lifestone Residential, LLC to Soomi Hong and Dongkyu Lee $445,302

726 Gibson Forest Drive from Lucas B. Brown and Carrie H. Brown to Terri A. Howe and David A. Howe $137,000

112 Wigmore Lane from Yolanda L. Adams to Mandi M. Ellis $124,000

104 Chamfort Drive from Nichole Terese Luckie and Steven James Luckie to Lu Lin $154,641

202 Rainwater Drive from C & DL Holdings, LLC to Patty C. Aiken $108,000

212 Pawleys Drive from Essex Homes Southeast, Inc. to Robert King and Suzette H. King $306,589

422 Jordan Way from Wendell L. Quakenbush and Bonnie L. Quakenbush to Jeffrey W. Cogdill $300,000

14 Tall Palmetto Lane from Grayson A. Foster to Lauren Ann Truluck $102,000

681 Dawsons Park Way from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Joseph Elliott Titterton $147,000

130 Sandlapper Way, Bldg. 4, Unit C from Hammock Bay, LLC to Christopher L. Devane and Robin B. Devane $165,000

139 Jeremiah Road from McGuinn Homes, LLC to Emily Bethea and Caleb Bethea $187,900

436 Huntsdale Court from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Amanda L. Krawiecki and Courtney L. Teston $255,000

111 Artisan Court from Archstone Properties, LLC to Nathaniel C. Norman and Katherine R. Norman $238,000

130 Orchard Place Court from Karen R. Way to Daniel J. Clifford and Diane Howard $410,000

124 Beechcreek Circle from Frank P. Williamson and Loretta C. Williamson to John Scott Howerton and Edwina Kay Howerton $480,000

324 Calks Ferry Road from Janice W. Thomas to Cameron Garrett Tapler and Abbey Tapler $250,900

Ginny Lane from Northside Real Estate Holdings, LLC to Lexington County Health Services District, Inc. $1,250,000

521 Litchfield Lane from NVR, Inc. to Donna Kalin $289,192

533 Litchfield Lane from NVR, Inc. to Jason Hutchison and Carrie A. Hutchison $368,130

411 Merus Drive from NVR, Inc. to Zacory Hendrix $168,990

229 Clearbrook Circle from NVR, Inc. to Tanesha Goodson $235,928

120 Coventry Lake Drive from John M. McDavid and Ellen P. McDavid to Melissa Force and Stefano DeAngelis $143,000

160 Mariners Creek Drive from Thomas C. Marinelli and Karen A. Marinelli to Magdy H. Younan and Maureen E. Ryan $286,500

224 Industrial Drive from Second Venture, LLC to Vector Ventures, LLC $1,640,000

515 Pinnacle Lane from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Tonel R. Legette and Jessica L. Buzhardt $241,062

422 N. Lee St. from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to David J Ivy and Anna W. Ivy $185,429

313 Bagford Court from Gloria B. Cooke to Jesse R. Cunningham and Amanda L. Campbell $120,000


236 Ridge Terrace from Terrilynn B. Robinson to Ashleigh S. Pavelek $123,000

150 Volley Court from Leigh Anne Cogdill to Paula Harden $112,000

1623 Jessamine Road from Carrie E. Glenn to Linda Woodard $135,000

709 Vista Farm Court from Velda R. Cooper to Adam K. Holt and Pamela A. Holt $187,000

226 Crassula Drive from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to James A. Burns $178,432

323 Cassique Court from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Cheryl L. Schrouder and David A. Schrouder $215,890

329 Cassique Court from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Danny R. Sox and Donna B. Sox $181,925

1005 Sequoia Court from NVR, Inc. to Melissa H. Christensen and Brandon A. Christensen $174,980

109 Buck Corley Road from Robert P. Cadell and Robert P. Cadell, Jr. to Mason Rodgers $121,500

128 Darlan Drive from Ginelle Galub to Carolyn L. Fouche $120,000

221 Southbrook Drive from Federal National Mortgage a/k/a Fannie Mae to Cassie Durrell $161,500

132 Cassique Drive from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Farrell J. Williams $218,500

215 Sunny View Lane from Essex Homes Southeast, Inc. to Justin P. Waring and Jennifer L. Waring $217,900

124 Sunny View Lane from Paul D. Evans and Lindsey P. Duncan to Steven Nunez $219,000

364 Finch Lane from Essex Homes Southeast, Inc. to Cousby Wright $147,663

2756 Calks Ferry Road from Lauren B. Stewart to Larry J. Micol, III and Anne Marie B. Micol $210,000

314 Carson Court from McGuinn Homes, LLC to Jason B. Barr and Melody S. Barr $155,000

132 Knoll Estates Drive from Cody Smith to Peter Vincent Niestempski $115,000

616 Robinhaven Court from Essex Homes Southeast, Inc. to April A. Barkley and Brandon Barkley $289,900

519 Sagauro Court from Adam Holt and Pamela Holt to Nakedra T. Delly $192,000

724 Westfield Road from D.R. Horton, Inc. to Liliana Lamus Ocampo $177,500


2765 Pine St. from Charles Ray Sharpe to Cody Houser-Dutton and Heather Hiouser-Dutton $166,700


145 Weeping Oak Lane from Mungo Homes, Inc. to Brandi M. Hallman $171,419

1734 B. Avenue from David A. Schroer to Peter A. Kostenko $128,000


270 Arthurdale Drive from Richard M. Smith Revocable Trust and Ursula Novelle M. Smith Revocable Trust to LaSandra Robinson $143,500

135 Highgrove Circle from Arthur Loran Adams to Ted Dyches and Pennie Dyches $237,000

193 Arthurdale Drive from Stacie Chavis to Cheryl D. Goodell and David A. Goodell $125,002

2604 Court of St. Paul from Timothy McCullough and Linda O. Rose to Eric Nelson Taylor and Larry Dean Taylor $143,000

456 Emanuel Creek Drive from Hurricane Construction, Inc. to Torrell J. Jones $167,100

406 Emanuel Creek Drive from Hurricane Construction, Inc. to Khyati Sinha $162,500

129 Berry Drive from Gerald Olson and Amelyn Olson to Susan J. Eledge $146,000

153 Yardley Farms Drive from Donna M. Myers to Wade Lawler and Virginia Lawler $110,000

1057 Colite Drive from INA Group, LLC to BARDAK Group, Inc. $795,000

110 Saint George Road from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Lauren L. Pointer $155,699


325 Cooksmount Road from Rehab for Les, LLC to John Edward Sellers $102,000

128 Clubhouse Drive from Cambridge Trott Stone, Sr. a/k/a Cambridge T. Stone, Cambridge Trott Stone, Jr., Larry Stone a/k/a Larry Quentin Stone, Rodney Keith Stone, and Thea Stone Coleman to Rex A. Johnston $200,000

2217 Fish Hatchery Road from A. D. Austin and Sarah Austin to EF Holdings, LLC $125,000

327 Wholesale Lane from South State Bank to S2P, LLC $182,500


318 Lewisham Road from William C. Conley and Kathryn K. Conley to Albert L. Peeples, Jr. and Sandra P. Peeples $147,200

133 Nottingham Road from Oscar Wayne Eargle and Linda Ann Crain to Mary Gayle Graham $100,000


525 Guild Hall Drive from Anthony Michael Floyd and Misty Lee Nelson to Manuel O. Rosales and Silvia Patricia Rosales $175,000

118 N. Beaver Dam Road from Andrew Joseph Graniero to Timothy W. Grambow and Trisha T. Grambow $175,000

301 Stamford Bridge Road from Madeline Long f/k/a Madeline A. Jefferies to Janice Wright $164,000

709 Woodcreek Court from Andrew E. Slack and Laurie D. Slack to Robert J. Christ III and Kimberly S. Christ $216,600

205 Mariners Row from Justin Swann to Adam Robert Devantier $112,000

123 Regency Place from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Devon S. Martin, Sonia Enid Martin and Maurice Martin $253,000

145 Palm Point Drive from Richard G. Rogers and Angela C. Rogers to Lawrence G. Disque, Jr. and Melissa C. Disque $380,000

587 Rapids Road from Marian H. Taylor n/k/a Marian H. Webb to David Brian Joyner, Jr. $131,000

112 Conrad Circle from John T. Metcalf to Ronald L. Colclough and Jannet Colclough $147,500

126 Regatta Forest Drive from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Daniel D. Lee and Linda M. Lee $310,914

125 Spartan Drive from Ira E. Reeves, Jr., a/k/a Ira Ellis Reeves, Jr. to Elissa Kristin Moffatt $127,000

Kershaw County


224 Hackamore Lane from Catherine C. Jones to Peter Burns and Linda Burns $240,000

14 Temperance Hill Court from Matthew K. Ray and Mallory E. Ray to Joshua A. Dallas and Erica M. Dallas $169,000

2089 Lakeshore Road from Birdie R. Crosby, Jr. and Laura Sloan Crosby to Timothy P. O’Brien and Anna M. O’Brien $255,000


1490 Smyrna Road from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Jonas D. Johnson $206,200

22 Aspen Court from Jennifer Raymond f/k/a Jennifer Cassidy to Melissa D. Poole and Francisco Matheus $100,000

240 Calli Lane from Evan O’Brien to James Lacey Dennis, Jr. $159,500

18 Brentwood Drive from Donald R. Weaver to Melissa D. Poole and Francisco Matheus $105,500


15 Audubon Lane from Alexandria N. Stokes to Harriette Harvey $189,000

139 Charm Hill Road from Myron Dickey to Ross Stephen Wilferd $125,000


1958 Boxelder Trail from Bruce D. Kolowsky and Kathleen Pavelcak to Meagan Wall, Austin Wall and Scott Kirkley $200,000


Top Five Richland County

Clemson Road at Hardscrabble Road 29229 from Dunbar Family Limited Partnership to TSL Watercrest Propco, LLC $1,650,000

1001 Burwell Lane 29205 from Blythe Building Company, LLC to Justin H. Atwood and Amy E. Atwood $542,000

1422 Haynesworth Road 29205 from Jason Pyhlasky and Virginia Puhlasky to Keller C. Foster and Julia Jones Foster $450,000

6100 Hampton Ridge Way 29209 from Katherine G. Faulk, Estate of Nancy Helen Albrink, Emily Katherine Albrink Katz and Frederick Peter Albrink to William B. Armstrong and Satcher R. Armstrong $425,000

1051 Key Road, Units 17 and 19 29201 from Ellis M. Fincher, Jr. Living Trust and Linda H. Fincher Living Trust to R2BW Properties, LLC $415,000

Top Five Lexington County

224 Industrial Drive 29072 from Second Venture, LLC to Vector Ventures, LLC $1,640,000

Ginny Lane 29072 from Northside Real Estate Holdings, LLC to Lexington County Health Services District, Inc. $1,250,000

938 N. Lake Drive 29072 from Royalty Properties, LLC to Krish Investment Holdings, LLC $927,000

1057 Colite Drive 29170 from INA Group, LLC to BARDAK Group, Inc. $795,000

219 Lake Vista Drive 29036 from James P. Turner and Carolyn B. Turner to David Donaldson Hogan and Vickie Gore Hogan $539,520

Top Three Kershaw County

2089 Lakeshore Road 29020 from Birdie R. Crosby, Jr. and Laura Sloan Crosby to Timothy P. O’Brien and Anna M. O’Brien $255,000

224 Hackamore Lane 29020 from Catherine C. Jones to Peter Burns and Linda Burns $240,000

1490 Smyrna Road 29045 from Great Southern Homes, Inc. to Jonas D. Johnson $206,200

The Best It Can Be Done…

Every now and then in our everyday lives, we run across, or in some cases, sit in front of, excellence. When it happens, one or more of our senses pick up on the excellence.

Sunday morning Governor Henry McMaster presented Associate Pastor/Minister of Music, Steve Phillips, with The Order of the Palmetto, our state’s highest honor.

This is well deserved as Steve Phillips may have entertained, lifted the spirits, inspired, and/or saved as many Sandlappers as anyone.

I have a line written in one of my real estate training journals that reads, “Are you doing this the best you can do it, or are you doing this the best it can be done?” I don’t know where I got this, but I wrote it down and love it. Steve Phillip’s music program continues to be the best it can be done.

I don’t know much about music, but I do know when people are moved and inspired. The FBC choir, led by Phillips, often blows the congregation’s hair back and very often moves people to tears. I’ve witnessed this since I was a freshman at USC in 1991, when I began attending and sitting with my grandparents, Leon and Sylvene Jones. While FBC is on statewide TV every Sunday morning, I can tell you with full authority that TV doesn’t do Phillip’s music program justice.

I’ve often thought that Dr. Wendell Estep has the best and worst job in the pastoring business, depending on how one looks at it. On one hand, he has the immense pressure to bring his A-game every single week because of what the music program delivers before he hits the stage. On the flip side, Dr. Estep can nestle in a few paragraphs to get by, and that’s OK. After all, the music was so awesome that the congregation is spiritually lifted and good to go for the week.

I’m just kidding. Dr. Estep brings it every Sunday and everyone loves him and his messages.

I don’t want to overdo all of this, but if you want to be moved, go to First Baptist Church on Sunday at 10:30.

Sit up front.

Franklin Jones

Side Note – I swiped the photo above from someone’s Facebook page.

2018 RFPs Requested By JLC

A few days ago I saw the presser below regarding the Junior League of Columbia opening their RFPs (Request For Proposals).

As many of you know, the Junior League of Columbia is our practice’s philanthropy of choice. I have a long history with the League; several women on our team are active members, and some of my best friends and my wife are members or sustainers. Personally, my relationship with the women of the League has been fun, meaningful, impactful, and real.

That said, the press release below is where the business side of all this happens.

The beauty of our relationship with JLC that no one sees is that Amanda, Elizabeth, Amy, and I know and trust that the JLC will be far more effective and deliberate with our funds than we ever could. As you can see in the link, the process is professionally administered, intensely deliberated on, and properly executed to the best candidates they see fit.

In short, it is first class.

Much of the money raised throughout the year (see top image above) funds the plethora of programs the League facilitates around the Midlands, first hand. $150,000 is distributed via RFPs.

Why am I writing about RFPs, you ask? Two reasons: 1 – I want folks that work for, belong to, and/or believe in an organization that would like to know more about these potential funds and the process to be aware of them and apply; 2 – I want folks that are searching for a place to contribute in 2018 and beyond to consider the Junior League as just what you may be looking for.

If you have any questions or would like to talk it out, I’m a very open book and can point you in the right direction. My number is 803-447-8683 .  For more information, click here and check out the thorough application and process.

Thank you!

Franklin Jones

Junior League of Columbia to award Community Impact Grants

The Junior League of Columbia will open a Request for Proposals for Community Impact Grants on Jan. 12.

A total of $150,000 will be awarded to organizations in the Greater Midlands proposing transformational projects and initiatives of $25,000 or greater that align with the League’s mission and specifically address poverty and basic needs of children and families. The Junior League of Columbia, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

Information regarding the RFP will be made available on the JLC website. The deadline for submission is Feb. 16. Award recipients and grant amounts will be announced at the League’s year-end celebration May 10. The Junior League of Columbia supports projects directly benefiting the greater Midlands area by nonprofit organizations and agencies.

Questions regarding the RFP for Community Impact Grants should be directed to info@jlcolumbia.org.


About the Junior League of Columbia

The Junior League of Columbia, Inc. is an organization of women committed to the promotion of volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Together, the members of Junior League of Columbia, Inc. seek to strengthen the health and well-being of children and families in the Midlands. For more information, visit jlcolumbia.org.


Downtown’s Newest Listings!

This edition of The HotSheet includes the most recent homes to hit Downtown Columbia, SC’s real estate market in the last two weeks. As of 1:00 AM, the fastest site in the industry is featuring 56 new listings for sale.

The areas include the zips 29201, 29204, 29205, 29206, and 29209, within a price range of $100,000 to $Zillion. Remember!!… No big deal if you don’t want to ‘register’ to look deeper at a particular property. Simply type in my initials or the word “Blog” (or whatever you can think of “Cocks,” “Tigers”), and shoot in a random email address in the field. Even if you don’t want to register or ‘poser register,’ you can still get a good glimpse of what’s new to the market by simply scrolling around the Gallery Page.

If you or anyone you know would like more information about any of these Downtown properties for sale, or if you’re interested in putting your home on the market, please call 803-447-8683 or email Franklin@MyColumbiaHome.com or Amanda@MyColumbiaHome.com

Happy clicking and Thank you!!

Franklin Jones

Zillow’s 2017 Most Favorited.

The other day I was scrolling through Twitter and found an interesting list. Zillow posted the website’s “2017’s Most Favorited Home In Every State.”

It was fun to see what got folks attention. There are mansions and, well, not mansions. It makes you think, “How is this house the most clicked in that state?” Price point (high or low)? Was it a crazy popular blog post from a celebrity blogger or a popular Realtor’s Facebook update? Perhaps a Tweet from Taylor Swift?

Who knows…

That said, check out South Carolina’s most favorite(d). Many of you will put it together when you read Zillow’s lead-in paragraph and match it up with the pic at the top of this post. The unusual description put this one on top of the Palmetto State’s list.

Thank you and have fun scrolling!

Franklin Jones

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Not only is it the holidays, but it’s that time when we look at the homes favorited most by Zillow users (yes, we’re talking about that little heart button at the top of each listing!). In 2017, users’ top picks ranged from grand mountain chateaus to modest suburban homes — and even a spooky listing that went viral. Whether they earned 200 or 2,000 favorites, these homes all have their selling points.

So what’s the most favorited home in your state? Scroll down to find out!”

2017 Most Favorited Home In Every State – by Lindsey Cohen.


598 favorites
6605 Cedarwood Ct, Mobile, AL
Our favorite features: old-growth trees, a newly remodeled kitchen

Photo from Zillow listing.


572 favorites
L53A Whiskey Lake, AK
Why we adore this home: remote location, rustic wood interior

Photo from Zillow listing.


2,736 favorites
976 S Wanda Dr, Gilbert, AZ

Simple pleasures: a large backyard with no neighbors in sight

Photo from Zillow listing.


717 favorites
16240 Kostner Dr, Rogers, AR

Reason to adore this home: movie theater with built-in projector

Photo from Zillow listing.


7,290 favorites
924 Bel Air Rd, Los Angeles, CA

The wow factor: private helipad, two fully-stocked wine cellars

Photo from Zillow listing.


2,507 favorites
600 Chateau V, Evergreen, CO

Fun fact: modeled after the famous Biltmore Mansion in North Carolina

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,058 favorites
163 Creamery Rd, Durham, CT

Selling points: expansive windows, surrounded by nature

Photo from Zillow listing.


604 favorites
24908 Crooked Stick Way #4333, Long Neck, DE

Selling points: dog park within walking distance, solar panels on the roof

Photo from Zillow listing.


2,038 favorites
11112 Ancient Futures Dr, Tampa, FL
Reasons to call it home: arched doorways, high ceilings, hardwood floors

Photo from Zillow listing.


3,056 favorites
1055 Ada Ave NW, Atlanta, GA

What we love about it: bright hardwood floors

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,546 favorites
72 S Kalaheo Ave, Kailua, HI

Where we’d rather be: this home’s poolside bar or cabana

Photo from Zillow listing.


728 favorites
8602 W High Ridge Ln, Eagle, ID
Eye-catching feature: a bright red front door

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,897 favorites
1932 N Burling St, Chicago, IL
Windy City wow: 25,000 square feet in the heart of downtown

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,383 favorites
New Edition Floor Plan, Harrison Lakes, Fort Wayne, IN

What’s warming our hearts: the fire pit and covered patio

Photo from Zillow listing.


603 favorites
2209 E 9th St, Des Moines, IA

Things to ogle: historic character, leaded glass windows

Photo from Zillow listing.


652 favorites
11613 Barton St, Overland Park, KS

Things we love: vaulted ceilings, covered deck

Photo from Zillow listing.


832 favorites
324 Wilson Downing Rd, Lexington, KY

Why we love it: newly remodeled with hardwood floors throughout

Photo from Zillow listing.


672 favorites
1448 4th St, New Orleans, LA
Fun fact: film location for a few movies

Photo from Zillow listing.


933 favorites
35 Seafarer Cv, Whiting, ME

Standout features: private dock, fireplace

Photo from Zillow listing.


2,751 favorites
Lincoln Dr LOT 1, Jessup, MD

Why we’re mad about this MD home: 5 large bedrooms on a large lot

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,235 favorites
22 Old Colony Avenue, Pembroke, MA

Selling points: historic home with modern upgrades, access to a nearby pond

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,045 favorites
20 Peppers Trl, Montague, MI

This listing had us at: “tree house on the shores of Lake Michigan”

Photo by Roger Wade Studio.


1,827 favorites
Haverhill Apartments, 32 Spruce Pl, Minneapolis, MN

The draw: restored brownstone walking distance to downtown

Photo from Zillow listing.


543 favorites
706 W Pine St, Hattiesburg, MS

Why we love it: old-world charm, modern upgrades, a small backyard pond

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,067 favorites
597 Harper Ave, Saint Louis, MO

Reasons we fell in love: 100+ years old, located by a park and golf course

Photo by Jason Fry.


1,191 favorites
Montana’s Shelter Is, Rollins, MT
The obvious reason we love it: private-island castle

Photo from Zillow listing.


634 favorites
2114 S 46th St, Omaha, NE

Reason to ‘heart’ this Heartland home: 19th-century charm

Photo from Zillow listing.


3,611 favorites
1033 Tabor Hill Ave, Henderson, NV

Favorite feature: private backyard pool for hot desert days

Photo from Zillow listing.

New Hampshire

956 favorites
3 S Main St, Newton, NH

Why we adore it: fully remodeled in 2012

Photo from Zillow listing.

New Jersey

1,298 favorites
18 Frick Dr, Alpine, NJ

Selling point: less than 10 miles from New York City

Photo from Zillow listing.

New Mexico

562 favorites
5724 Fairfax Dr NW, Albuquerque, NM

Reason we love it: upgraded kitchen with a subway-tile backsplash

Photo from Zillow listing.

New York

1,769 favorites
635 W 42nd St #45th Floor, New York, NY

Why we love this Big Apple beauty: breathtaking river views

Photo from Zillow listing.

North Carolina

1,620 favorites
196 Bayview Dr, Stumpy Point, NC

Why we love it: historic home in a wildlife refuge

Photo from Zillow listing.

North Dakota

339 favorites
5039 Elm Tree Rd, Kindred, ND

Things to ogle: not one but two sunrooms

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,001 favorites
3903 Saint Lawrence Ave, Cincinnati, OH

What we love: historic Victorian with six fireplaces

Photo from Zillow listing.


971 favorites
707 Martin Cir, Sand Springs, OK

Why this OK home is more than okay: views of Tulsa from every floor — even the basement

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,529 favorites
1135 SW Coast Ave, Lincoln City, OR

Why we adore this home in a word: oceanfront

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,227 favorites
122 Squirrel Rd, Buck Hill Falls, PA

Reasons to ‘heart’ this home: historic log and stone structure, beautiful views

Photo from Zillow listing.

Rhode Island

611 favorites
252 Thatcher St, Rumford, RI

Fun fact: overlooks a country club

Photo from Zillow listing.

South Carolina

1,259 favorites
709 Michaelmas Ave, Cayce, SC
Why we’ve seen this home before: viral status

Photo from Zillow listing.

South Dakota

283 favorites
2613 S Van Eps Ave, Sioux Falls, SD

Fun feature: wood-paneled accent wall

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,436 favorites
2325 Golf Club Ln, Nashville, TN

Reason to sing about this Music City home: private recording studio

Photo from Zillow listing.


4,459 favorites
10711 Strait Ln, Dallas, TX

Proof everything is bigger in Texas: 10 bedrooms, a bowling alley inside

Photo from Zillow listing.


796 favorites
1886 S Geneva Rd, Orem, UT

Luxury feature: motocross course

Photo from Zillow listing.


706 favorites
1796 Cheney Rd, Lowell, VT

Reason to break out the maple syrup: classic log cabin on 20 wooded acres

Photo from Zillow listing.


1,912 favorites
2975 Desert Rd, Suffolk, VA

Why we love it: giant front yard for recreation, private sauna for relaxation

Photo from Zillow listing.


2,651 favorites
935 Deerbrush Dr SE, Olympia, WA

Our favorite feature: yellow front door

Photo from Zillow listing.

Washington, D.C.

1,184 favorites
3030 Chain Bridge Rd NW, Washington, DC

Why it caught our attention: timeless exterior, modern interior

Photo from Zillow listing.

West Virginia

755 favorites
1103 Juliana St, Parkersburg, WV

Why we love it: century-old columns

Photo from Zillow listing.


887 favorites
743 N 25th St, Milwaukee, WI

What we love: classic Queen Anne-style with a cupola

Photo from Zillow listing.


391 favorites
2005 S Crescent H Rd, Wilson, WY

Why we keep staring: floor-to-ceiling glass walls you can slide open

Photo by Josh Franer.

Top featured image by Roger Wade Studio.

Big Thank You, Someone!

Big SHOUT OUT and THANK YOU to the person that put my little girl’s favorite princess dress on this stop sign!

Apparently, it flew out of the golf cart the night before and someone took the time to put it on a hanger and display it so it could easily be found.

The text I received from Jennifer the next afternoon (along with the pic above) read, “You’re in the doghouse with Ivey, Daddy!!!!,” after Ivey saw the dress from her car seat and started yelling, “Mommie! It’s my dress!” 😐

Again, Ivey Jones and I thank someone out there, big time!

Franklin Jones

…Buy. The. Neighborhood.

Awesome opportunities (and stuff) are on the way!!!

In case you missed the ‘soft reveal’ via the spirits and wine cups at the Junior League Holiday Market, or didn’t receive a Christmas card from us this year (or just didn’t pay attention to either), the F|A Network has a big announcement coming in the next few days and weeks.

Stay tuned!

Thank you!

Franklin Jones

Newest HotSheet Right Here!

This edition of The HotSheet includes the most recent homes to hit Downtown Columbia, SC’s real estate market in the last two weeks. As of 1:49 AM, the fastest site in the industry is featuring 43 new listings for sale.

The areas include the zips 29201, 29204, 29205, 29206, and 29209, within a price range of $100,000 to $Zillion. Remember!!… No big deal if you don’t want to ‘register’ to look deeper at a particular property. Simply type in my initials or the word “Blog” (or whatever you can think of “Cocks,” “Tigers”), and shoot in a random email address in the field. Even if you don’t want to register or ‘poser register,’ you can still get a good glimpse of what’s new to the market by simply scrolling around the Gallery Page.

If you or anyone you know would like more information about any of these Downtown properties for sale, or if you’re interested in putting your home on the market, please call 803-447-8683 or email Franklin@MyColumbiaHome.com or Amanda@MyColumbiaHome.com

Happy clicking and Thank you!!

Franklin Jones

What Sold On Your Street?

KW & Women ==> Winning.

There are a few things about our company and team that I would like to blog about before 2017 ends. One is this designation from Franchise Business Review that awarded Keller Williams one of the Top 50 Franchises for Women, which I think is pretty cool.

I can speak personally to this.

The first person I joined professionally is, Amy Ackerman Cartin, who is not only taking care of our admin world but also teaching classes at our KW Market Center. Our first Keller Williams Operating Principal and current Market Center investor is Sherrie Puffer. Our Market Center Administrator is Angie Helms. Our Broker-In-Charge is Tracy Stutler. The owner of the dominant training system of our KW Region (Carolinas) is Holly Prescott. Our first MAPS Coach was Michaelann Byerly. Dianna Kokoszka created and is in charge of BOLD (Business Objective/A Live By Design), which serves as the head-shakingly successful global Keller Williams coaching universe. Mo Anderson, known as the “Velvet Hammer,” and one of the very top executives of Keller Williams, inspires all us and womps our a**es at the same time.

Elizabeth W. Ross and I have changed each other’s lives.

 Enter, Tammy Nantz, Mimi Liu, Sarah Penn, Jacquelyn Fauerbach, and Courtney Westerlund.

It goes without saying, Amanda Payne and I are partners currently and in future endeavors: F|A Network, the upcoming Downtown Columbia KW Market Center, the Keller Williams Profit Sharing System, future buildings and other Market Center opportunities…all that.

Further still, the Junior League of Columbia is our philanthropy of choice, and when I bring it on home, I walk in the door to my amazing wife and three daughters that I want to succeed as they see fit, exponentially.


That ALL said, I’m super proud to be a part of this company.

Check the article below.


Mega agent Geetika Nagpal isn’t surprised that Keller Williams is on Franchise Business Review’s list of the Top 50 Franchises for Women in 2017. “I think Keller Williams is very supportive of both men and women,” Nagpal explains.

However, having female role models within the company such as Tracey Forde, her team leader at the Kirkland (Wash.) market center, makes a difference to her. “She consistently pushes me to think bigger.”

Franchise Business Review developed its list based on feedback from 6,400 female franchisees that rated aspects crucial to their success such as leadership, training, marketing and financial picture. The publication’s list honors franchises that support women in meeting their personal and financial goals while fostering gender equality.


Breaking the Mold

At Keller Williams, not only are more than 50 percent of the company’s 150,789 associates women, so are two thirds of the board of directors and half of the executive leadership team. That is in stark contrast to a 2015 study of women in leadership by Urban Land Institute which found women surveyed only make up 14 percent of CEOs of real estate and land use organizations.

“Keller Williams has always been a strong advocate and platform for women leaders,” says Mary Tennant, current member of the Keller Williams board and the company’s former COO and president.

Earlier this year, Swanepoel named Tennant one of the 15 most powerful women in residential real estate. Her leadership trajectory reflects the opportunities Keller Williams provides women entrepreneurs. The year she joined the company as an agent, she was named Rookie of the Year. This led to the opportunity to serve as the team leader of the company’s flagship market center. Later, she became an operating partner of what is likely the largest single real estate office in the world.

In her many roles, Tennant has provided countless women leaders with opportunities to build profitable, sustainable businesses and make a difference in people’s lives.

There are regional owners, regional directors, market center owners, team leaders and coaches who are women, notes Mo Anderson, vice chairman of the board. She was a 57-year-old woman chosen by a 37-year-old Gary Keller when she was named CEO of KW in 1994, Anderson says.

And the trend of women in leadership roles has continued: by June 2017, 55 percent of market center leadership were women.

Shattering the Glass Ceiling

“Keller Williams provides everyone the limitless ability to make dreams come true,” Anderson says. “We are taught to build profitable businesses, teams and wealth.”

Holly_Priestner-1.jpgOne of the most successful Keller Williams leaders is Dianna Kokoszka, CEO of KW MAPS Coaching. Kokoszka led the company to be named the No. 1 worldwide leader in training across all industries by Training magazine. “The training and coaching division of our company responsible for this award is run by a brilliant woman,” Anderson says.

Keller Williams has always attracted women leaders and provided them with opportunities to succeed, says Holly Priestner, vice president, KWRI.

At KWRI, we are spoiled having direct access to extraordinary mentors like Mo Anderson, Mary Tennant and Dianna Kokoszka. It’s an honor to work alongside and learn from great leaders like our General Counsel Jamie Jatzlau and our Chief Financial Officer Ann Yett,” Priestner says. “I can’t imagine a more supportive environment in which to grow and develop as a leader.”

That’s often not the case in other real estate companies. For example, a recent Inman’s Special Report, “Does real estate have a gender problem?” noted that nearly 40 percent of women felt that their gender was a factor in them not getting a promotion, compared to 10 percent of men who reported they had the same experience.

Building the Career of Her Dreams

TOp Women Stats.jpgFor Nagpal, she has been able to develop as a business owner and leader of her team with the direct support of Forde and the rest of the Kirkland office. Even before she joined Keller Williams in January 2016, Forde was interested in her success, Nagpal says. Forde also helped her solve the problems she was facing.

In her first four months, Nagpal closed four homes. The next year, she closed 28 homes and began drawing the attention of other companies, but decided to turn real estate into a full-time career with Keller Williams.

“I just felt better connected with Tracey. She had my best interests in mind,” Nagpal explains. “She would always make the time for me.” Forde’s persistence not only convinced Nagpal to leave the brokerage where she began her real estate career, but after less than three months with Keller Williams, Nagpal also quit her job at Microsoft, where she had worked for nine years. She is both excited and surprised by the change in her career path. She moved to the United States from India, earning a degree in computer engineering from the University of Maryland in College Park.

“When I got a job at Microsoft, that was the biggest thing that could hap – pen. What more could I ask for?”

With her new career, Nagpal has answered her own question. “I started to enjoy (real estate), and I quit (Microsoft). I’ve never looked back. It’s pretty amazing, actually,” Nagpal says.

She loves the healthy competition. “There are a lot of people who are doing so much better than you and running bigger teams. They inspire you,” Nagpal says. When they met, Forde asked Nagpal what her plan was to scale her business. “I had no clue, I was clueless,” Nagpal says.

Last summer when Nagpal decided to grow her business beyond referrals, she began working 10 to 14 hours a day. “It was crazy,” she says. Forde gave her the idea to create a team.

“I made my first hire, and that gave me confidence when I started to see results,” Nagpal says. With training and guidance, she has hired two more agents and an admin/ in-house transaction coordinator to leverage herself more. “It’s still a new team, but I already see results.”

Supporting Women Worldwide

Keller Williams provides entrepreneurship and leadership opportunities to women all over the world. Two years ago, Mariluz Gomes chose KW Portugal because she could access models and systems with proven results to grow a real estate business. The Keller Williams value proposition was the main driver in her becoming the company’s agent, she says.

“Reading the Millionaire Real Estate Agent was mind-blowing since it became clear to me what the steps were to reach superior levels of performance,” Gomes says.

For example, she learned to have a purposeful approach to building a team. “Accountability also made me have clarity about my business numbers and has been fueling me to reach my goals.” The organizational model of her market center provides her with the support she needs to overcome the daily business challenges, Gomes says. “Keller Williams gives everyone the same opportunities independent of their gender, religion or race,” she says.

The challenges in her market are not dependent on gender. Instead, it’s about having a great value proposition and a level of service for buyers and sellers, Gomes explains. Even with her growing success, Gomes is still able to balance what she considers the best benefit of being with Keller Williams: more time with her family. “Above all that, I’m in control of my business and personal life because I can manage time based on my priorities.”

Written by Dorothy de Souza Guedes