REALTOR® Saida Russell, CIAS
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Saida Russell is a Charleston native who enjoys being a real estate agent as well as a local resource for clients. Saida is a graduate of Duke University and holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of South Carolina. Prior to joining Disher, Hamrick & Myers Residential Real Estate team, Saida served as a Supply Officer in the United States Navy and then worked for several not-for-profit organizations in fundraising and administration. Real estate, she says, is her dream career because it combines the best of her business, administrative and people skills. In addition to that, she considers selling property in the beautiful lowcountry of South Carolina to be both a privilege and a pleasure. Saida’s sales have ranged from $150,000 to $3 million in locations as close as downtown Charleston and as distant as Holly Hill and Awendaw.
“My wife and I couldn’t be happier in our new home. We recently made a purchase through Disher, Hamrick, & Myers here in Charleston. Our agent was Saida Russell who held our hand throughout the entire process. We were first time home buyers with the typical impossible requirements (beautiful place, great investment value, walking distance to restaurants) but all within a very low budget. She took the time to really get to know what we were looking for in a place and then day after day took us to places we were interested in until finally we felt comfortable making a decision. We never felt pressured into making an offer that was too high and she did a great job of managing the negotiation.”
~ Adam Lubov
“We couldn’t have asked for a better fit for a Real Estate Agent. Saida is very professional, knowledgeable, organized and patient. I would highly recommend her to both a buyer or seller looking for a straight forward genuine person. Customer service, knowledge and integrity is how I would characterize her approach to real estate.”
~ Adam L.
“Saida was a wonderful agent for us when we were looking for a condo downtown for our son at College of Charleston. We were out of town and she took lots of effort to make the process as easy as possible. She found us a great condo in a ‘transitioning’ neighborhood, which transitioned about six months later. Not only a great place to live but a great investment as well. After our son moved in, she continued to be a great help giving recommendations for local resources.”
~ Lynn C.