"I first met Bruce May about a year ago after being given his name by a friend (Ken Condra) as my husband and I began our search for a house on Keowee. I have a lot of experience with real estate and with realtors and Bruce May is as good as it gets. My number one reason for this is that I trust him. I trust that he will truly try to find what will best fit my family's needs and that he will also tell me if what I am looking for is just not possible at the time. I value this quality immensly as I have much experience where making a sale, sometimes any sale, is put ahead of a client's true needs. Bruce May has left a successful corporate career and moved to an area he has loved for years. His business practices make it obvious to me that he is here for the long-term relationship, even if it means not making a sale today.
My family found a wonderful lakefront home with Bruce and I would strongly recommend him to anyone interested in a realtor with extensive knowledge, experience, personal investment and integrity."
"Bruce, it was very fortuitous that we were introduced to you by a friend in April of last year (2004). We were looking for long term land investment and during our first visit you spent four days with us resulting in the purchase of two lots in the Reserve.Since then we have met you again on two occasions and have talked numerous times on the telephone. As you know we sold one of the lots within the first year and were very happy with the result.You put in an incredible amount of time and have tremendous knowledge of the market you serve. Furthermore, you spend more than adequate time with your clients, give good advice and "don't push the product". To sum it up, you have the knowledge, professionalism and dedication to make a client very happy and we have no hesitation in recommending you to our friends and clients."
John and Gigi Fisher
"Bruce has extensive knowledge regarding most of the top lakes in the Southeast and will refer you on if Keowee and Jocassee do not fit your needs. However, our friends from other lakes are now focused on the north end of Keowee due to the Blue Ridge backdrop and limited boat traffic."
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