We provide superior real estate services to Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Johns Island, and the greater Charleston area. In addition, we represent vacation rentals on Kiawah Island that range from one-bedroom villas to seven-bedroom oceanfront homes.
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Akers Ellis specializes in real estate on Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Johns Island, and the greater Charleston, South Carolina, area.
MJ Collins is renowned as a savvy negotiator who is dedicated to exceeding buyer and seller expectations. She uses her keen sense of the South Carolina real estate market to find the perfect property for her clients.
When buyers go to the internet to shop for homes, many times they get very excited about potential properties they want to see. On the other hand, it is not all unusual for buyers to eliminate multiple properties and even entire areas based on their perception alone. Check out these tips for viewing properties in-person vs. online.
I love working with everyone from Akers Ellis & have met some wonderful clients- "you'll never work a day in your life if you do what you love!"
Let us help you to get your property in ideal shape for listing and selling!
“I love the thrill and satisfaction of finding the perfect property for my clients, whether it’s a new home, a vacation villa, or investment real estate. I enjoy working one-on-one with my clients, many of whom have become close friends over the years.”
"I have absolutely loved the past 13 years of selling real estate on Seabrook and Johns Islands. These islands that I love have been so good to me!"
"Aside from my family and horses, real estate is a passion. I love the product and helping people navigate through the process of buying and selling."
Born and raised in Charleston, Sissy is a lifelong resident of the Lowcountry. She earned her real estate license in 2015 and has been a vital part of the Akers Ellis team since 2016.
Market value is a term realtors and appraisers use often but, like most professions, we sometimes forget that not everyone communicates in the same jargon we do every day.