Elaine is a Realtor in the Columbia/Lexington area and is experienced and skilled in helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs. Elaine grew up in Orangeburg with deep Southern roots and lived in Bamberg working for Edisto Electric Cooperative for many years. She is very involved in the Lexington community and is a member of the Lexington County Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the Sales and Marketing Council and the National Association of Realtors. Elaine is also very active in Central Carolina Realtors Association and has served as co-chairperson of the Community Service Committee since 2012.Elaine has also completed training and is an Accredited Home Stager through the National Association of Realtors. This training can be very helpful to a home seller in making their home shine thus attracting more buyers. Buying or selling a house can be very confusing and challenging, but if you have an experienced agent it will make the task a lot easier. Whether it is a house on Lake Murray or a condo in Columbia, we can help you with that purchase. If you are looking for great customer service with special attention to your wants and needs, look no further.
1030 Wildewood Centre Drive, Suite B
Columbia, SC 29229 803-319-9988
4721-C Sunset Blvd
Lexington , SC 29072
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