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About Christos Palles

Whether you are new to Charleston or a long-time resident, Christos’ goal is to help you find the perfect house to become your home.  Christos Palles is a Charleston Native who has been passionate about helping others buy and sell Real Estate since 2014. After graduating from Coastal Carolina Christos moved back to Charleston and married his college sweet heart Rachelle. As a Charleston Native Christos not only brings a personal knowledge of the local real estate market but has a love for life in the lowcountry. Christos gets to know his clients on a personal level to help identify their specific wants and needs. He prides himself on his hands-on approach and acts with the utmost professionalism. Both Lennar and Mungo have recognized Christos for sale distinctions. In 2017 he received the Platinum Circle of Excellence from Carolina One. He and Rachelle now reside in West Ashley with their 2 dogs, Nala and Bambi. Christos enjoys spending time with his family, oyster roasts, golfing, boating, hunting, surfing and traveling.

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