Tony Swainey & Company

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About Tony Swainey & Company

At Tony Swainey and Company, you, our client, are our first and foremost concern. We want you to be assured we know the market and that we care about you. We have a unique strategy to accomplish this. In order to give you the best experience we have agents who begin with a service heart, who have developed a “specialty” so that you are assured to have the most knowledgeable help available and our cutting edge technology keeps us up to date on all aspects of the business. We match our individual strengths to your needs. We have a seller specialist, buyer specialists and a new construction and investor expert. No matter your goals, our team is aligned to handle all of your needs by giving you the most current and up to date information, the talent of our bright, experienced negotiators along with their caring and giving personalities. We recognize the powerful role of technology in today’s market. From our home search Mobile App to the thousands of sites we use on which to advertise our properties we have utilized the latest technology to give you an unequaled experience.

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM TONY SWAINEY AND COMPANY

It's that time of year to be thankful for all we have and for all the people in our lives.  We would like to take a minute to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!  We are so thankful

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Easing The Thanksgiving Travel Woes

It's that wonderful time of year to gathering with family and friends for giving thanks.  While this is the busiest traveling time of the year, it doesn't have to be overly stressful.

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OPEN HOUSE SAT AND SUN NOV 19TH AND 20TH 735 Coralbell Way Tega Cay SC

Join us for our Open House this weekend, Saturday & Sunday (November 19th & 20th)  2-4 p.m. at 735 Coralbell Way, Tega Cay, SC!  Swing on by and talk with Suzanne Smith about this

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Happy Veterans Day To Our Veterans

Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance, and Nov. 11th

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