Carolyn Dubrofsky

Real estate agent at Brand Name Real Estate

Mobile : 843-324-9645 www.bnre.info
Meet Carolyn Dubrofsky

Carolyn Dubrofsky started her extensive real estate career as a commercial agent in New York in 1980.  After several years in commercial real estate she attended law school. She worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the State of Massachusetts, practicing Criminal Law.

Carolyn moved to Charleston over seventeen years ago and started substitute teaching in the Mount Pleasant schools. Missing the world of business, she became a loan officer, which gave her insight and knowledge into the financing side of real estate.

She has lived and remodeled properties in New York, Massachusetts, North Carolina and South Carolina. Carolyn is currently a Broker in South Carolina and North Carolina, member of the National Association of Realtors, and South Carolina Association of Realtors.  She is Res-Net and Equator Certified.

Missing the "art of the deal" Carolyn became a licensed real estate Broker with Keller Williams in 2005.  In 2007, She co-founded Charleston Your Home, a boutique real estate agency.  In January 2011 she joined the MarshallWalker.com Group and in November of 2017 she joined Brand Name Real Estate.

Carolyn’s background in real estate, the law, mediation, negotiation and financing have solidified her understanding of the real estate business. 

Eco-Broker, SRES-Seniors Real Estate Specialist, ABR-Accredited Buyer's Representative, CPS- Certified Short Sale Professional, CDPE, Certified Distress Property Expert.

 



Recent Articles

Housing supply not keeping up with population increase

If you’re considering selling your home to move up, now is a great time to get a positive return on your investment in a market with high demand. Let’s get together to determine the specific options a
By Leslie Huggins with A Choice Realty

How Much Should You Put Down When Buying a House?

One of the most common questions I get from buyers and investors is how much they should put down when buying a property. The simple (and very lawyerly) answer is that it depends. Find out why.
By Jonathan Liu, J.D. with H&M Realty Group

Campsites in KC

Not everyone explores the outdoors the same way, and camping is a great example. Whether you prefer glamping or sleeping in a tent under the stars, there are plenty of local options to suit your style
By The Conderman Group with Keller Williams Key Partners, LLC

How to maintain a healthy garden

It is very disheartening when the plants in your garden fall prey to disease. The question everyone asks is how exactly this came about. In the event that it spreads out will it destroy all your plant
By Agent Blog Poster with AgentMarketing.com

Is Mortgage Debt out of Control?

Unlike 2008, homeowners have a comfortable level of mortgage debt; are sitting on massive amounts of home equity. They will not be walking away from their homes if the housing market begins to soften,
By Mary Carlton; ABR, SRS with Total Property Resources

Location

Brand Name Real Estate

3015 Dunes West
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466