DeFoor Realty; Your Augusta Real Estate experts. Our team specializes in selling and marketing homes and land. We cover the local area including, Augusta, Evans, Fort Gordon, Martinez, Appling, Aiken, Lincolnton and the rest of the CSRA.

DeFoor Realty is a well-established real estate company in the Augusta area. Our team specializes in residential homes, lake properties and land throughout the Augusta area. This includes Columbia County, Lincoln County, Richmond County, McDuffie County, and Wilkes County, as well as Fort Gordon. DeFoor Realty also has expertise in South Carolina properties, including Aiken County, McCormick County, and Edgefield County. DeFoor Realty handles property of all kinds – residential homes, large and small acreage tracts, lakefront property, foreclosures, and short sale homes. We are adept in land development to utilize the maximum potential of your property.

At DeFoor Realty, we have a unique approach to real estate. We work as a team to better assist you with all of your real estate needs. Come visit our friendly agents or give us a call to find out how we can help you with all of your land, lake and lifestyle needs.

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    12 Questions to Ask When Choosing Your REALTOR®

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    DeFoor Realty is Expanding

    The Augusta area is growing and DeFoor Realty is growing right along with it.  DeFoor Realty is expanding.  The real estate experts are going to be opening a new office in Harlem. The new office will be located in the … Continue reading

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    JUST LISTED – Place at the Lake

    This lake front, Ranch style home on Lake Thurmond is perfect for every day living or a weekend getaway. This home is right by the water, just a short walk down an established path to your piece of heaven. Continue reading

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    Concerns over Drought Management Addressed

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