Concierge Services

Bluffton Property Management

At PCF Property Management we understand how important time is. Let us help you with some of those homeownership responsibilities so you can use that time for you! At PCF Property Management we offer many concierge services so you can do just that. We encourage you to tailor services to suit your needs. These are just some of the specialty concierge services we can provide.

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  • Arrange arrival cleaning
  • Uncover furniture
  • Have beds made up with fresh linens
  • Fresh towels in bathrooms
  • Change expired batteries or light bulbs
  • House perimeter clean for cobwebs or insects
  • Remove items from storage
  • Stock kitchen with essentials
  • Coordinate spring landscaping
  • Open Pool
  • Place pool and patio furniture for the season
  • Closet Cleanse
  • Manage mail
  • Pay bills
  • Meet vendors such as electricians, plumbers or carpet cleaners

Of course much of the reverse to prepare the home after your seasonal visit
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Bluffton Area Info

Bluffton Property Management

Bluffton is a Lowcountry town in Beaufort County, South Carolina, United States. It is primarily located around U.S. Route 278, between Hilton Head Island and Interstate 95. The town's original one square mile area, now known as Old Town, is situated on a bluff along the May River. The population was counted by the 2016 census at 18,897. Bluffton is the fastest growing municipality in South Carolina, growing 882.7% between the 2000 and 2010 census. Bluffton is the fifth largest municipality in South Carolina by land area.The town is a primary city within the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bluffton is known for its eclectic Old Town district and natural views of the May River. It has been called "the last true coastal village of the South".

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