Cassie is the Director of Sales for the Top Charleston Agent Team with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services specializing in the Charleston, SC market. Cassie and her family currently reside on James Island and love living near Folly Beach. With her passion for all things Real Estate, her experience in both Commercial and Residential Real Estate brings unique knowledge to help you whether you are buying or selling your home or looking for investment properties. The most rewarding part of her job is studying and analyzing the real estate market to better serve her clients. Put her experience to work for you!
She brings a very organized approach to her role and makes it her priority to concern herself with the small details. She excels in a team environment: the Top Charleston Agents team, and most importantly, Your team. Every team has this common thread – to succeed, it is crucial that regular communication remains a top priority. In practice, this commitment is demonstrated by her clients’ considerable satisfaction.
She dedicates time to encouraging and motivating people any chance that she gets. She does this in many ways whether it is through an organization or in personal settings because it brings her great joy and fulfillment. She focuses most of her time on two of her favorite local community organizations, Habitat for Humanity and East Cooper Community Outreach. She is proud to be involved in Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and enjoys the sense of community and camaraderie these special women provide in the commercial real estate industry.
During Cassie’s time off, she enjoys fishing, traveling and spending time with her husband and son.
256 Little Oak Island Drive
Folly Beach, South Carolina 29439 404-313-6210
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