Kathy Schroder

Hilton Head Island and the Lowcountry are about so much more than just real estate. It's a lifestyle, and a state of mind; a little piece of paradise that I have been fortunate enough to call home for over 30 years. Allow me to share this dream with you, and teach you about the Hilton Head that I have come to know and love.

A native Washingtonian, I grew up with the bustle of the city and it’s ever present politics. Summers were spent at the Maryland shore. I’ve always loved the beach and the sea, so when I discovered Hilton Head as a graduate student of Tourism in the late 1970’s, the move was an easy decision.

What I soon discovered was a small community of friendly, energetic people who, like me, had relocated here to make a life in this largely undiscovered paradise. It was the people who drew me here and have kept me here. The lush semi-tropical environment, natural beauty and pristine beaches are just an added bonus.

My career prior to graduate school had been counseling. One of my professors saw the tourism program as an extension of that career. I guess he was right because in 1980 I got my real estate license and began helping people discover their special piece of this paradise. As in my counseling career, I believe that listening is the most important part of my job. Over the years I’ve helped many families find their primary, vacation or second home and made many clients friends.

Along the way, I met my husband and really learned about the area since his family has been here for generations. His family owned a farm over near where Sun City is now. So I can truly say I knew the area before it was developed.

My business experience has allowed me to focus on all of the Lowcountry. I consider it a privilege to share my knowledge and experience with you.

Professional Affiliations: National Association of Realtors, Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors, Graduate Realtor Institute, Certified Residential Specialist

Hilton Head Island and the Lowcountry are about so much more than just real estate. It's a lifestyle, and a state of mind; a little piece of paradise that I have been fortunate enough to call home for over 30 years. Allow me to share this dream with you, and teach you about the Hilton Head that I have come to know and love.A native Washingtonian, I grew up with the bustle of the city and it’s ever present politics. Summers were spent at the Maryland shore. I’ve always loved the beach and the sea, so when I discovered Hilton Head as a graduate student of Tourism in the late 1970’s, the move was an easy decision.What I soon discovered was a small community of friendly, energetic people who, like me, had relocated here to make a life in this largely undiscovered paradise. It was the people who drew me here and have kept me here. The lush semi-tropical environment, natural beauty and pristine beaches are just an added bonus.My career prior to graduate school had been counseling. One of my professors saw the tourism program as an extension of that career. I guess he was right because in 1980 I got my real estate license and began helping people discover their special piece of this paradise. As in my counseling career, I believe that listening is the most important part of my job. Over the years I’ve helped many families find their primary, vacation or second home and made many clients friends.Along the way, I met my husband and really learned about the area since his family has been here for generations. His family owned a farm over near where Sun City is now. So I can truly say I knew the area before it was developed.My business experience has allowed me to focus on all of the Lowcountry. I consider it a privilege to share my knowledge and experience with you.Professional Affiliations: National Association of Realtors, Hilton Head Area Association of Realtors, Graduate Realtor Institute, Certified Residential Specialist

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