Mark III Properties’ residential land development projects have several key features in common. And they all start with a dedication to making family-friendly neighborhoods, being good stewards of the land, and creating places where people want to live and thrive. Our neighborhoods usually have 200-500 lots and include the following features.
South Carolina has beautiful natural resources, and we work to include and celebrate these in our developments. Each residential neighborhood includes expansive green spaces and buffer areas to help preserve trees and create sensible density.
Communities become neighborhoods when people can spend time together. Mark III Properties’ developments often include junior-Olympic-sized swimming pools, fire pits, playgrounds, passive recreational areas, and multi-use trails. You might also find dog parks, open air pavilions and pickleball courts depending on the desires of the builder and what we decide together than the community can support. Sidewalks are almost always installed and all neighborhoods are well-lit and safe.
Each neighborhood is independently managed by a property manager from the time the first lot is sold to a builder before homes are even constructed. We work with all builders to approve house plans in advance and set design guidelines so that neighborhoods have a cohesive look and feel. We try to keep annual dues as low as possible while also including all known expenses that a neighborhood will be faced with at full development so as to avoid surprise rate hikes when developments are turned over. Mark III Properties financially supports their neighborhoods until such time as residents' dues can fully cover expenses. At each home closing, you should be provided with a full set of Restrictive Covenants and the contact information of your management company. Your builder will have this information, but if not, please reach out to us and we'll point you in the right direction.