King and Society Real Estate Welcomes Gracie Moore

King & Society is pleased to welcome Gracie Moore to our real estate team. Gracie grew up in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Her Uncle, Marion Moore, President of Century 21 The Moore Group, in Orangeburg, inspired Gracie at an early age to follow her dreams of becoming a Realtor. Joining most of her family, she moved to Charleston in 2014 to obtain her Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism from The College of Charleston. Working in the Hospitality industry gave Gracie an understanding and joy in helping The City’s residents and visitors. Gracie is a third generation Charlestonian. Her family, including her Great Uncle, James B. Edwards, reside in the Old Village of Mount Pleasant. Gracie, as well as her family, love Charleston and its communities. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to help those current and future Charleston residents find their perfect homes.
“We are pleased to be adding Gracie to our team. As an exceptional agent with a variety of expertise, she is a welcomed addition.” Says Keith Lucas, Broker in Charge at King & Society Real Estate. With Gracie’s background in Charleston, she can help guide you to the right home, condominium, island, construction, suburban community, or investment property.
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Buyers and sellers both rave about how smooth and seamless King & Society makes the entire process. And how our full-service capabilities adapt to fit virtually any lifestyle and budget. And how it’s difficult to imagine ever going back to a traditional real estate brokerage once you’ve been exposed to the capabilities of King & Society. Whether you’re looking to invest in a condo near King Street or transition to suburban society, there’s a “happily ever after” waiting for you. We’re here to help you find it. For more information, please visit: