Valerie Bridges


Weichert, Realtors® - Coastal Properties - Sun City

Let's find your lowcountry dream home!

About Valerie Bridges

Valerie Bridges joined Weichert Coastal Properties, fulfilling a long time dream to live near the beach and become a real estate agent. After scouring much of the southern Atlantic coast, she decided Bluffton was the perfect place for “Life - Part Deux” and now enjoys helping others find their dream home in the Lowcountry.

Born in London, Valerie was educated in Atlanta and New York and received a BSc from Syracuse University. In 1987, she returned to Atlanta to begin a 30-year corporate career with Macy’s, during which she worked in Storeline Management, Gross Margin Analysis, Marketing Planning & Analytics and Marketing Systems (IT). Valerie puts this customer-oriented experience to good use, providing her clients with outstanding service.

Valerie's goal is to make your real estate experience as stress free as possible. Whether you are buying or selling, she will guide you through the process, always keeping your best interest her priority.

Valerie lives in the Cypress Ridge neighborhood in Bluffton. Her interests include cooking, travel, photography and spoiling her dog, Maggie. She is a member of The Universalist Unitarian Congregation of the Lowcountry (UUCL), where she has served as Board Member and Membership Chairman. She is proud to be an official "Blufffton Ambassador".

Latest Blog Posts

New Riverside Circle Update

New Riverside Circle UpdateWhen I moved to Bluffton, the New Riverside Circle area seemed SO far from town. (It’s only a 15 minute country ride and my favorite way to get to town.) Well now

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Sun City East Argent Announcement

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2020 Hurricane Preparedness

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