37 Meeting St. in downtown Charleston
William Means Real Estate, one of the oldest real estate companies in Charleston, had a record sales month in June 2016. With several high-profile sales, the month of June was the highest-selling month in the history of William Means.
“We have implemented a host of marketing and technological advances to assist our clients in buying and selling homes in Charleston,” said Drew Grossklaus, sales director of William Means. “Coupled with the expertise of our professional agents and the affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate, we have seen tremendous success."
During June, the company sold more than $45 million with an average home price of just over $1 million. William Means had significant sales throughout the Lowcountry. Those sales included the second-highest sale of the year on Isle of Palms and the highest sale of the year in Mount Pleasant’s I’On neighborhood. The largest sale for the month occurred in downtown Charleston at 37 Meeting St. The James Simmons House sold for $7.51 million, making it the second-highest amount ever for a residential property on peninsular Charleston.
“It is a testament to our great agents to be able to achieve such sales in a month,” said Helen Geer, president of William Means. “Our agents go above and beyond to make sure their clients are informed with the most knowledge to make buying and selling decisions of Charleston’s premier properties."
About William Means Real Estate
Founded in 1933, William Means Real Estate is one of the oldest real estate companies in Charleston. Helen Lyles Geer has been President and Broker-in-Charge since 1999. In 1997, William Means Real Estate became an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. William Means has an office on Broad Street in downtown Charleston and an office in Mount Pleasant to assist clients in the East Cooper area. For more information, visitcharlestonrealestate.com.