Beaufort Home News: About

A blog about buying and selling Beaufort SC real estate by Scott Bingham of BeaufortHomeTeam.com. It's just good clean fun helping people with one of the largest transactions of their life! Let me know what you think about the posts and how I can help you. Thanks!

Name:Scott Bingham
Company:BeaufortHomeTeam / Ballenger Realty
Email: Contact Scott Bingham, www.BeaufortHomeNews.com (BeaufortHomeTeam / Ballenger Realty)
Website URL:http://www.BeaufortHomeTeam.com
Office:(843) 321-9867
Mobile:(843) 252-2296
Address:613 Carteret Street, Beaufort, SC, 29902
Description:In Beaufort real estate since 1987, I have weathered all kinds of markets, and I can successfully guide you through this one. Call me!

Who is Scott Bingham?

Scott Bingham and the BeaufortHomeTeam has been a consistant top producer since his entry in the Beaufort real estate market over 20 years ago.  A former Marine, Scott credits his emphasis on excellence for his success in all kinds of markets.  Scott specializes in residential resale and investment property throughout the Northern Beaufort county area including Beaufort, Port Royal, Lady's Island, Saint Helena Island, Seabrook, and Burton.

An active participant in the Beaufort County Association of Realtors, Scott is currently the RPAC chairman for BCAR.  He has served on the Board of Directors and as the Greivence committee chariman and on the Professional Standards committee.  He also serves on the board of directors for Beaufort Women's Center.

Scott has been married to his one and only love since 1984 and has three children that are currently homeschooled at "The Bingham Academy of Educational Excellence and Character Development".


Areas of Expertise

Scott specializes in residential resales in the Beaufort area and he also has a strong background in property managment.  His service area includes Beaufort, Port Royal, Lady's Island, Saint Helena Island, Burton, Seabrook, Okatie, and northern Beaufort county.

His status as a retired Marine gives him insight to the stresses of transfering within the Corps, and has helped relocate Marines from Lance Corprals to Colonels and everything in between.