Seabrook Marchant was no fresh-faced college graduate when he decided to start his own business. He had a family, responsibilities and two decades worth of seniority at a local real estate firm.
But he also had an itch, a desire to do things his own way, and so he left the offices of C. Dan Joyner, where he had honed his craft since 1969, and set up shop in his own house.
According to a press release, agents Rhett Brown, Kirby Stone, Tatum Stone and Christina Taylor are teaming up to make home buying and selling in the Upstate easier than ever. Their mission is to provide the highest level of real estate service while also maintaining maximum integrity and essential transparency with clients. Their commitment is to helping clients find their dream home for their dream price.
As a part of its dedication to the Upstate community, Marchant Real Estate proactively donates its time to local nonprofit organizations in efforts to give back to the Greater Greenville area. Both the company as a whole and its individual agents invest their spare time in paying it forward. This month, Marchant Real Estate accumulated approximately 170 hours in volunteer work around town.
Greenville, SC – As a part of its dedication to the Upstate community, Marchant Real Estate volunteered with Habitat for Humanity last Friday to aid in building a new home for a family of five. Marchant Real Estate has been dedicating time to Habitat for Humanity for the past five years in an effort to provide housing and stability for families of low income in the Greenville area.
This year, a team of seven Marchant volunteers worked together to set door frames, clean floors, and measure, cut and lay baseboards throughout the home. This particular home is located in Greer, SC and will soon be move-in ready. Families that receive Habitat for Humanity homes take classes to prepare for homeownership, volunteer in the community and work on other Habitat homes, as well as their own. Marchant Real Estate was proud to be involved in such a life-changing event for the future owners of this Greer home.
Opportunities like this with local non-profit organizations allow Marchant Real Estate to connect with the Greenville community in ways beyond the business relationships that are formed with clients. “Our job as a community is to come together and serve one another. This is a great example of what can be accomplished when we work cooperatively together with a common goal in mind,” says Seabrook Marchant, President and Broker in Charge.
Marchant Real Estate would like to thank Habitat for Humanity for allowing the team to become familiar with the inner workings involved in building affordable housing. Marchant Real Estate is grateful to serve and eager to participate in future projects.
About Marchant Company
Being rooted in Greenville, Marchant Real Estate knows the area well. This family of real estate professionals helps find the perfect house for every client, in just the right neighborhood, at just the right price. Marchant Real Estate understands what buying a house means: It’s a place to create memories, to start a family, and to build a future.
Marchant Real Estate was founded by Seabrook Marchant in 1993 after working for another local real estate for 25 years. The company was initially involved just in new home sales and subdivision development. However, within a few years, the company expanded to include general brokerage and property management. Seabrook’s son, Brian joined the company in 1995 shortly after graduating from Wofford College and today serves as the company’s CFO and partner in Marchant Property Management, LLC.
Seabrook’s nephew, Tom joined the company in 2005 and today serves as Vice President for Advertising/Marketing. Seabrook’s wife, Anne joined the company in 2007. Today she serves as the company’s Business Manager as well as a partner in Marchant Property Management, LLC.
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