Joanne Paskewich

Hello!
Thank you for visiting my website.
I grew up in Levittown PA.  We moved to the Myrtle Beach area in 2007 from Forked River, NJ, Snow and cold was always a part of living there.
When we sold our New Jersey home, a gift for the buyers was the snow shovel with a big red bow on it.  It was the best move ever!
Real Estate is my passion,  It brings such joy to me when we show a buyer the ‘This is it’ home for them, and just as much joy when our sellers are elated on the sale of their home.
My main hobby is cooking, making certain foods like meat sauce, meatballs, lasagna, many types of chicken, then sharing it with others.
Looking forward to connecting with you for all of your real estate needs, here in SC.

Contact Joanne Paskewich:

Joanne Paskewich ~ Realtor ~ ABR, RSPS, BPOR

Shoreline Realty & Homes for Heroes Partner

Representing Buyers & Sellers Real Estate Needs in New Construction, Land, Resales, Foreclosures & Short Sales

Visit:  JoannePaskewich.com

jmpaskewich@hotmail.com

https://joanne.movetomyrtlesc.com/

Cell: 843-333-2215 Fax 843-353-2622

1301 48th Avenue N. Suite A

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Our Realtor Joanne Paskewich was amazing and very helpful with any situation dealing with our new home purchase.”

– Christopher Barnwell

“I wish I had four hands so I could give four thumbs up!!

I found Joanne online through a property search where her Realty company was listed as the listing agent on a condo I was interested in. She quickly became a trustworthy friend, so much so that I relied on her to tour properties on my behalf and I trusted her decision on whether to buy or not. Joanne was able to assist me in navigating an almost impossible seller’s market as a buyer. This was not my first time buying, however I encountered numerous situations in which her guidance was necessary as I had no idea what to do. She did an amazing job looking out for my best interest. So great in fact I purchased my property sight unseen and completely remote. Could not be happier with the outcome.
If you have any housing needs do not hesitate to give my new friend Joanne a call.”

– Joe Kaye

“Hi Joanne! Great to hear from you. Darryl and I are doing well. Thank you again for solving the plumbing problem. The plumbers were very professional and considerate. We have just received our living and bedroom furniture. Yay!!?? That almost completes our living areas except for some decor. Our next project is to screen our patio! When we have it all completed then we can celebrate and extend an invite. Thanks for all your help in getting us in this forever home! Laverne”

“Thank you for all you have done for Cameron and I. We couldn’t have asked for a better realtor for our first home purchase!”

“Thanking you so much for all your thoughtfulness. I’ve been around a few realtors, and have never met one as kind, concerned and transparent as you. I’m especially appreciative that You took us to safe neighborhoods, and you didn’t disappear after the deal was done. Its two years since we’ve purchased. I’m just grateful for you and your associates. Well I didn’t win anything on the lottery ticket, but I’m a winner because I’ve found a relationship between us two. May the Good LORD continue to bless you as you bless other.”
– Emma

“I found the best Realtor who is like a long lost friend Joanne Paskewich and as we navigate the home buying process, she stopped me in conversation and prayed over the process, unlocking new paths for Gods Provision and Divine Favor.”
– Mandy A.

“Hi Joanne, On behalf of Helen, Colleen and myself I’d like to thank-you for the time you spent with us this past week. We would not have succeeded without you guidance.”
– Clint E.

“You’re rewards are not in monies but the light you show.”

“Thank you so much to Joanne and the rest of the Shoreline Realty team for selling our home in one month! We cannot thank you enough. Joanne was phenomenal throughout the entire process. We made the mistake of initially going with “the best real estate agent on the grand strand”-unfortunately for us, that was far from the truth. Our home was stuck in a contract with a realtor who wouldn’t return our phone calls…or emails! Our house did not sell for six months. One month into our contract with Joanne, our house had an offer. We closed about one month later. Thank you Joanne and Shoreline Realty! You’re the best!”
– Jill Stoever

“Thank you for helping my family find their home and you treated them like family since we could not be there.”
– Deborah Kinney Davis

“Superb experience with our real estate agent and great program overall. Will definitely recommend to fellow resident physicians.”
– Denver Rogalla

“Thank you Joanne for going above and beyond!”
– Ellie

This week’s article:

Housing Market Positioned to Bring Back the Economy

Housing Market Positioned to Bring Back the Economy | MyKCM

All eyes are on the American economy. As it goes, so does the world economy. With states beginning to reopen, the question becomes: which sectors of the economy will drive its recovery? There seems to be a growing consensus that the housing market is positioned to be that driving force, the tailwind that is necessary.

Some may question that assertion as they look back on the last recession in 2008 when housing was the anchor to the economy – holding it back from sailing forward. But even then, the overall economy did not begin to recover until the real estate market started to regain its strength. This time, the housing market was in great shape when the virus hit.

As Mark Fleming, Chief Economist of First Americanrecently explained:

“Many still bear scars from the Great Recession and may expect the housing market to follow a similar trajectory in response to the coronavirus outbreak. But, there are distinct differences that indicate the housing market may follow a much different path. While housing led the recession in 2008-2009, this time it may be poised to bring us out of it.”

Fleming is not the only economist who believes this. Last week, Dr. Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist for CoreLogic, (@DrFrankNothaft) tweeted:

“For the first 6 decades after WWII, the housing sector led the rest of the economy out of each recession. Expect it to do so this time as well.”

And, Robert Dietz, Chief Economist for the National Association of Home Builders, in an economic update last week explained:

“As the economy begins a recovery later in 2020, we expect housing to play a leading role. Housing enters this recession underbuilt, not overbuilt…Based on demographics and current vacancy rates, the U.S. may have a housing deficit of up to one million units.”

Bottom Line

Every time a home is sold it has a tremendous financial impact on local economies. As the real estate market continues its recovery, it will act as a strong tailwind to the overall national economy.

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