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Stuart Spisak

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Stuart started digging in the sand on the shore before he could even form sentences, and those family times created lasting memories and fostered his life-long dream to live near the beach.

Along the journey, he graduated from Westminster College, owned and led a large printing and publishing company, chaired two national non-profits, had a stint as a notable public speaker, and did PR and development consulting for a Big-10 university. But the desire to live on the coast continued to gnaw at him, even after he purchased his first beach property on Seabrook Island in the 90’s.

Awestruck by the natural beauty of the lowcountry, the history and culture of Charleston, and the laid-back vibe of Seabrook, Stuart made the move a few years ago to become a permanent resident of the island, and to launch his successful real estate practice.

To meet Stuart and to spend time with him on the island makes it clear that he loves this place, and his energy, enthusiasm and genuine personality make him easy to work with. He has been known to take clients on turtle nest hunts, full-moon celebrations near the dunes, slogging around in the pluff mud, and of course, to the beach to dig in the sand.

He draws upon his 25 years of savvy business, negotiation and listening skills to find the best outcome for his clients – whether they be buyers or sellers – and has a great time while doing so.

As a full-time agent, Stuart dedicates himself to being the consummate real estate professional. His clients will attest to his abilities, and it’s no wonder most all of them end up as friends. He believes in giving back to the community, and you’ll find him volunteering for several local causes when he’s not on the job.

If you’re ready to start making memories, or would simply like to know more about Seabrook’s wonderful lifestyle and terrific amenities, give Stuart a call or shoot him an email. He’ll be happy to share his perspective about all of the unique aspects of the island, as well as the best places to dig in the sand