Brian Walsh has been a full-time, professional Realtor for more than 13 years, with a specialization in the Downtown Charleston market. He moved to the Lowcountry after completing his MBA in International Marketing and immediately started helping buyers find their dream homes and future investment opportunities.
Brian’s first priority is to make his clients happy and focuses on what they need in their new home. He earns their respect by working tirelessly on their behalf and always offers candid advice during the real estate process. His goal is to achieve the best outcome in every transaction and strives to ensure that the home buying process is fun, easy and stress-free. Brian’s clients can count on him any time of day when they have a question or concern. He truly enjoys assisting buyers in Historic Downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant and its beautiful coastal communities like Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island.
Brian has been named a REALTOR® of Distinction year after year and earned the Accredited Buyer’s Representative designation, recognizing his commitment to providing outstanding service to real estate buyers. He currently resides in Downtown Charleston with his wife, Stephanie.
LEARN MORE ABOUT BRIAN
FAVORITE RESTAURANT IN CHARLESTON AND WHY?
We are blessed with a lot of options in Charleston, but I would have to say Le Farfalle. My wife and I love to walk there with our dog and eat on the patio. Amazing food, atmosphere, and people.
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE FEATURES OF HOMES AND WHY?
I love Downtown’s historic properties because no two are the same. If I had to choose some of my favorite features, I would say the piazzas, hand blown glass windows, French doors, intricate moldings, and of course the beautiful gardens.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PART ABOUT CHARLESTON?
I love walking around Downtown Charleston with my wife and dog. I spend a lot of time on Colonial Lake and admire all the beautiful homes, gardens, and tree lined streets. And of course, all of the friendly faces.
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