RE/MAX of Florence moving to Kress Building downtown - WMBFNews.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence SC, Weather

Breaking

RE/MAX of Florence moving to Kress Building downtown

The facade of the Kress Building. (Source: WMBF News) The facade of the Kress Building. (Source: WMBF News)

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) – RE/MAX of Florence is moving to the Kress Building in downtown Florence, confirmed Adam Crosson, the broker and owner of the realty company.

The new RE/MAX location will sit right above Town Hall to a much bigger office space, Crosson said. They are currently in the process of reviewing conceptual plans and designs. The office will be an open concept hybrid with some private offices and an internet café. They are still in the beginning stages of planning and design, but Crosson said they hope to be moved in by January.

The company is planning to operate a total of 40 agents there, along with 10 to 12 administrative and other staff. They expect to add five to 10 new agents in the first year, along with an in-house marketing firm and two loan originators, Crosson said.

RE/MAX is moving from its currently location at Cherokee Road, near Five Points and Irby Street, to the new location. Crosson said he decided to move to be a part of the “renaissance in downtown.” He said he is excited to be at the forefront of it, and he believes the new location will attract agents. One agent is already involved in the Kress Building project, and that is what got the wheels turning on the office relocation.

Right now, the houses under $250,000 are moving quickly in Florence, but they are still dealing with a lack of good inventory, Crosson said. New construction is moving at that price point, mostly for first-time homebuyers. Lots of people from up north start to look in Florence in February, Crosson said, often buying in cash. Both taxes and cost of living are low in the area.

Copyright 2016 WMBF News. All rights reserved.

  • Local NewsLocalMore>>

  • WMBF News to livestream Republican Gubernatorial Debate on May 29

    WMBF News to livestream Republican Gubernatorial Debate on May 29

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 8:42 AM EDT2018-05-23 12:42:07 GMT
    Top Left: John Warren, Top Right: Yancey McGill, Bottom Left: Catherine Templeton, Bottom Right: Kevin Bryant (Source: Facebook)Top Left: John Warren, Top Right: Yancey McGill, Bottom Left: Catherine Templeton, Bottom Right: Kevin Bryant (Source: Facebook)

    On Tuesday, May 29 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., WMBF News will be broadcasting online a debate between four of the Republican candidates running for Governor. The debate is being hosted by WMBF News partner WYFF in Greenville, who have partnered with Furman University and the Upstate Chamber Coalition.

    More >>

    On Tuesday, May 29 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., WMBF News will be broadcasting online a debate between four of the Republican candidates running for Governor. The debate is being hosted by WMBF News partner WYFF in Greenville, who have partnered with Furman University and the Upstate Chamber Coalition.

    More >>
  • New study released on ADHD sheds light on rising calls of medication exposure: Experts stress proper diagnosis

    New study released on ADHD sheds light on rising calls of medication exposure: Experts stress proper diagnosis

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:49 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:49:57 GMT
    Source: WMBF NewsSource: WMBF News

    Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) among children is rising rapidly nationwide, according to doctors. An estimated 6.4 million children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD, leading to the rise of medical treatment like the popular drug, Adderall.

    More >>

    Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) among children is rising rapidly nationwide, according to doctors. An estimated 6.4 million children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD, leading to the rise of medical treatment like the popular drug, Adderall.

    More >>
  • New Myrtle Beach exhibit features classic pinball machines

    New Myrtle Beach exhibit features classic pinball machines

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 7:27 AM EDT2018-05-23 11:27:24 GMT
    A new exhibit featuring classic pinball machines from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s has opened in Myrtle Beach (Source: Jerry Pinkas)A new exhibit featuring classic pinball machines from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s has opened in Myrtle Beach (Source: Jerry Pinkas)

    A new exhibit featuring classic pinball machines from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s has opened in Myrtle Beach. According to a news release, the museum features one of the largest collections of pinball machines open to the public in the Palmetto State.

    More >>

    A new exhibit featuring classic pinball machines from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s has opened in Myrtle Beach. According to a news release, the museum features one of the largest collections of pinball machines open to the public in the Palmetto State.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly