Real Estate News - January 30, 2020
Island House Real Estate adds new agent
Holly Buceti, a licensed agent for 15 years, has joined Island House Real Estate as a Realtor.
“Holly and I worked together for several years in the past and I am so optimistic about our future and what we can accomplish working together again!” said Tricia Peterson, owner of Island House Real Estate. “She is the perfect fit for Island House, she is successful because she’s a hard worker, honest and goes above what’s expected to make sure that her clients are taken care of.”
Originally from North Carolina, Buceti attended Clemson University where she received her RN-BSN in nursing. She took a job in Charleston, where she met her husband, a Citadel grad. The couple enjoy living in the Lowcountry with their three teenage children.
Buceti originally became a licensed agent in order to invest in the Charleston market. “I always see a home as an investment, first and foremost,” she said. “I want my clients to make wise financial decisions.”
Together with her husband, Buceti owns several investment properties throughout the Charleston area. She prides herself in being an agent who not only finds her client a home but helps them in real estate investments as well.
Buceti has consistently been a top producer since obtaining her license and is always looking for ways to better assist her clients. “I consider myself a full service agent. Always going above and beyond for my clients,” she said.
When not working, Buceti enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She is active in her church and has served in the youth group and women’s ministries. Her family loves to travel. She said, “We are always looking for our next destination, but I must say we are always delighted to return home — there is no place like home if you live in Charleston!”
Carolina One’s Daniel Island Office continues to grow
The Daniel Island office of Carolina One Real Estate added four new sales associates.
David Reese Havens is a native of Sullivan’s Island, SC, who played baseball at Bishop England High School and the University of South Carolina. He was drafted in the first round by the New York Mets organization and played professional baseball from 2008 to 2013. Havens worked for Lowcountry Land Investors Development from 2014 to 2019 before launching his real estate career with Carolina One. Havens and his wife, Corin, have a newborn baby girl, Addie, and they reside in Awendaw, SC. The Havens share a love of the outdoors and attend St. Peter’s Church in Mount Pleasant. Call Reese Havens at 843-442-5856 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courtney Mininno was born in Durham, NC, but spent her early years in Carolina Beach, NC. New to real estate, Mininno was formerly a gymnastics coach in North Charleston, teaching recreational and team gymnastics to children ages 3-13. She also worked as a barista at Blondies Bagels before launching her career in real estate. Mininno — who enjoys painting, embroidery, and running — is preparing to run a marathon in November. Email Courtney Mininno at email@example.com or call her at 980-622-4997.
Randy Pierce is a transplant to the Daniel Island office after having spent three years at Carolina One’s Mount Pleasant office off Long Point Road. A native of Mineola, NY, Pierce is a graduate of Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, where he received a BA degree in Business Administration. He is a 25-year veteran of the financial services industry where he worked in executive marketing management. Pierce continues to maintain memberships in both the national and Charleston chapters of the American Marketing Association, and is a Certified Manager of Community Associations. A Realtor since 2011, Pierce is a member of the local, state and national Realtor Associations and currently serves on the Land, Use and Zoning Committee of the Daniel Island Neighborhood Association. A lover of Charleston’s history and culture, Pierce is a member of the Charleston Preservation Society, the Historic Charleston Foundation, the SC Historical Society and the Daniel Island Historical Society. Married with two children, Pierce enjoys reading U.S. history, model shipbuilding, traveling, and playing the guitar. Contact him at 843-608-0598 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jordy Snyder was born in Pauline, SC, and has lived in Charleston for the past 10 years. A graduate of Elon University with a degree in Physical Education, he was a teacher and baseball coach at James Island Charter High School. For four years prior to entering real estate, Snyder started and operated a furniture design and manufacturing business. His wife Molly is a second grade teacher in Charleston County, and they have both a chocolate and a yellow Labrador Retriever. Email Jordy Snyder at email@example.com or call 843-410-8515.