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Check out these February events at McGuinn Homes’ communities around Columbia, SC.

Categories: Community & Local Events | Posted: February 6, 2018

Are you looking for some inspiration in February that doesn’t involve trying to find the right Valentine’s Day gift or card? Maybe your winter doldrums might be cured by looking at the new homes that are sprouting up. Check out these February events at McGuinn Homes‘ new home communities around the Columbia, SC, region. You might find that spark to ignite your thinking about finally making that move you’ve been keeping on the back burner.

SummerLake Open House

Sunday, February 11, 1-3 p.m.

Hop on over to Hopscotch Lane in Lexington, SC, to see this beautiful community, complete with a clubhouse pool, park, and 15-acre lake! SummerLake presents a master-planned community where you and your family will experience the true meaning of “neighborhood”. Come tour our model home, browse our floor plans, and learn how you can live the SummerLake lifestyle.

SummerLake Bingo

Tuesday, February 13, 12:30-2 p.m.

Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an afternoon of bingo, sponsored by McGuinn Homes. Our February bingo game will be held at SummerLake in Lexington, SC. You don’t have to be a resident to take part. Make new friends while you’re having fun at our clubhouse, and hop on over to Honeybee Court, located at 128 Garden Gate Way.

Burnside Farms Open House

Saturday, February 17, 2-4 p.m.

Burnside Farms is a McGuinn Homes community in Columbia, where you will enjoy a peaceful neighborhood that offers close proximity to everything you need-great schools, shopping, dining, healthcare, recreation, and much more. Explore the community’s amenities-for residents only-like the pool and splash park. During the Open House, you can tour the model home and any of the new homes currently available in Burnside Farms.

Pleasant Springs Open House

Thursday, February 22, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m

If you’re looking for a neighborhood-not just a home-plan to visit Pleasant Springs. Our community features affordable, energy-efficient homes in Lexington. Family-friendly Pleasant Springs is adjacent to the top-notch schools, as well as Lake Murray, major roads, and everything that Lexington has to offer. Stop by our award-winning model home at 134 Jeremiah Road to see browse the available homesites and tour any of our quick move-in homes.

St. Andrews Place Grand Opening

Saturday, February 24, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Our newest community is underway in Columbia. We’re developing St. Andrews Place as a neighborhood of energy-efficient, single-level homes. These 1,241 square-foot homes are designed to sensibly use every square foot of living space to your advantage. Join us for our Grand Opening, talk to our team, and learn how to become part of a growing community.
For information on any of our events, please call (803) 917-5583.

Start the year with a great career move to McGuinn Hybrid Homes’ sales team

Categories: Community & Local Events | Posted: January 9, 2018

We're Hiring

Are you ready to explore a more fulfilling career opportunity? New home sales with McGuinn Hybrid Homes provides a direct path to fulfilling that vision. With new homes attracting more homebuyers, you can guide them toward the choice that will define their future—while redefining your own.

McGuinn Hybrid Homes is now hiring professionals for new home sales. We’re a Certified Master Builder that develops new home communities and builds custom homes throughout the Columbia, South Carolina metro region. When you join our team, you become part of a progressive company that offers our homebuyers distinct advantages—like energy efficiency, quality craftsmanship, and an unmatched level of personal attention. We don’t just build homes. We solve problems. When homebuyers have hit obstacles with other builders, they’re excited to partner with us to achieve their vision.

As a new home sales professional with McGuinn Hybrid Homes, you have the potential to earn between $80,000 and $150,000 a year, with a company that generated $40 million in revenue last year. We support our sales team with an integrated marketing program that includes extensive digital marketing, a dedicated lead generation process, and the training and guidance to set you up for success.

McGuinn Hybrid Homes is looking for self-starters with a proven record of customer service success. You must be willing and ready to complete Real Estate School. We’re looking for professionals who know how to leverage the power of social media, as demonstrated by their active use. You should also be quite comfortable using the Microsoft Office platform.

Look at your present and future. Are you making the most of your knowledge, skills, and talent? Can you see yourself working with homebuyers, guiding them through the building process and being their trusted advisor? If so, we’d like to look at your resume. Please Tiffanie Flagler, McGuinn Hybrid Homes’ Sales and Marketing Manager, or call (803) 917-3894 to tell us we will fit together for mutual success.

Recovering After Hurricane Irma

Categories: Community & Local Events | Posted: September 13, 2017

Evacuation Route

Standing By Our Customers

We missed the worst of the storm in West Columbia on Tuesday, with the highest impact being on the South Carolina coast, but our community is still recovering from the heavy rains and wind.

During this time, we stand by our homebuyers. At McGuinn, we make every effort to ensure the safety and security of every home, and you can always depend on us to do the right thing.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by this devastating storm, including those in Georgia, Florida, and the Caribbean. Our deepest condolences go out to the family of Arthur Strudwick, a City of Columbia employee who was killed on Monday on his way to help move a downed tree and all others who lost their lives during this tragedy.

Community Updates

While South Carolina may have been 200 miles away from Irma herself, our state was still pounded with pouring rain, rising floodwaters, downed power lines, and tornadoes. The Midlands experienced heavy rains and wind, as well as loss of power – as of Tuesday, power has still not been restored in some areas.

Charleston is seeing record flooding after Hurricane Irma, according to the The Post and Courier. The Isle of Palms’ mayor, Dick Cronin, told the Post that he’d “never seen this much water on the island” in twenty years.

CNN reports that Irma has been downgraded to a “tropical depression” as of Monday night, but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods yet. Thousands have been left without power, and Irma has left a path of devastation that could take weeks to clean up.

Evacuees are beginning to return to their homes along the coast to assess the damage. Over 200 city employees in Charleston are hard at work cleaning up after the storm surge, while utility companies are working to restore power.

As we turn to the recovery phase, many homeowners will begin to clean up the debris – but we encourage you to do so carefully. We’ve collected safety tips for storm cleanup here to make sure you and your family remain unharmed even after the storm has passed.

Storm Cleanup Tips

  • Never enter a building that seems unstable, or that you’re unsure of its stability. Debris can shift during a storm, making an area hazardous to access.
  • Avoid exploring your property at night, when you’re less likely to see potential dangers. Wait for daylight so you can see the full scope of the damage and hazards.
  • Keep away from downed power lines, watch for standing water near open electrical sources, and make sure power is shut off to your home before attempting to fix anything electrical.
  • As much as possible, avoid floodwaters and mud – they may contain toxic chemicals, sewage, or pesticides.
  • Wear protective gear, such as rubber boots, goggles, and gloves to protect yourself against chemicals in the water, broken glass that may have been spread by floodwaters, and more.
  • If you cut yourself either during the storm or while cleaning, be sure to check with your healthcare provider to see if you need a vaccination.

In the end, if you feel unsafe or have doubts about a building’s integrity, avoid the area as much as possible and contact a professional.

We encourage everyone to stay safe during the recovery process as we come together as a community to put our state back together.

January at The Harbison Theatre in Irmo!

Categories: Columbia, Columbia theatre, Community & Local Events, Garden Brooke, Garden Brooke events, Home Buying, Irmo, Irmo Events, Lake Murray, News & Announcements, SC | Posted: January 6, 2017

Mulan Jr.
This action-packed musical was adapted for the stage from the popular 1998 animated Disney film, Mulan, which was itself based on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan. When the invasion of the Huns threatens Mulan’s father, the Emperor, Mulan disguises herself as a boy and prepares for battle to save him. She later must choose between divulging her true identity or saving China with her plan. Through song and a modern sensibility, the production celebrates ancient Chinese culture, honor and the fighting spirit.
Thursday, January 12, 2017 – 7:30pm
Friday, January 13, 2017 – 7:30pm
Saturday, January 14, 2017 – 10:30am
Saturday, January 14, 2017 – 3:00pm
Tickets: All seats are $7.00, ages 3 & under/free on lap

Tom Dugan Teaches Play Writing for the Individual Performer
This three hour workshop will be an eye-opening look at scriptwriting for the single performer, by the master of the single-character play himself, Tom Dugan. A seasoned veteran of the stage, TV and film and an accomplished playwright, Mr. Dugan will share his experiences, thoughts, and guidance to those wishing to develop scripts for individual players in the theatre setting. Workshop attendees are welcome to bring 3-5 minutes from a current project for Mr. Dugan to receive and assess.
Thursday, January 19, 2017 – 6:30pm
Tickets: $20

This live, touring show tells the story of Simon Wiesenthal, a Jewish Austrian Holocaust survivor, Nazi hunter and writer, from his own point of view. Performed by playwright and “master of the single-character play” Tom Dugan, the one-man drama recounts the captivating story of Wiesenthal’s life’s work of bringing more than 1,000 Nazi war criminals to justice with humor and nobility. Recommended for pre-teens and older.
Friday, January 20, 2017 – 7:30pm
Saturday, January 21, 2017 – 3:30pm
Tickets: $22

Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Harbison Theatre’s On The Screen series presents this engrossing tale of aristocrats and rivals, the Marquise de Merteuil and Vicomte de Valmont, who mercilessly toy with the hearts of the innocent Cécile de Volanges and virtuous beautiful Madame de Tourvel using seduction and revenge. Performed by the National Theatre Live, the cast includes Elaine Cassidy, Janet McTeer and Dominic West. The production contains brief nudity and is suggested for audiences 15+ years.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 – 7:00pm
Tickets: $15

Buy tickets at Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College’s website here.