Dana Wright is a realtor at Coastal Real Estate Solutions. She has over twenty years experience in the financial industry having managed her own independent financial planning firm and most recently managed two bank branches. Dana left the financial and banking industry to pursue her passion for real estate.
Dana loves helping people achieve their dreams. She thoroughly understands investments and financing needs, including 1031 exchanges and many of the different financing programs available in today’s market. She is a realtor who will listen to you, help you find what you are looking for, and help you make the right decisions.
Dana is a native of South Carolina. She grew up in historical Abbeville. She graduated, Magna Cum Laude, from Piedmont Technical College in Greenwood, South Carolina where she received an associate’s degree in Business Management. She relocated to Beaufort in 2011. Since moving to Beaufort, Dana has become very familiar with the rich history of Beaufort.
Whether you are looking for that historical masterpiece, your dream home on the water, an income generating investment property, or that first home, Dana will be sure to give you the guidance you need in making the right decision. If you are looking to sell for an upgrade or to relocate you will want to be sure to get an accurate market analysis and Dana’s expertise and guidance so you will receive the highest and best price for your home.
Dana is also a community advocate. She is involved in many community activities. She currently serves as Chairperson for Northern Beaufort County’s Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina Service Unit 636 and as a Troop Leader. In the past, she has also served as Assistant Vice President of the Ninety Six Chamber of Commerce and as the Director of a major fundraising project that supported the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life in Greenwood, South Carolina. Dana is committed to giving back to her community. When you buy or sell with Dana she has made a commitment to donating 2.5 percent of her net commissions to Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina’s Service Unit 636 and 2.5% of net commissions to local cancer patients in need.