The Rēhava- Real Estate Store to Represent I’On Group’s Mixson Homes

rēhava – Real Estate Store announced this week that it will be the exclusive, on-site brokerage representing homes in Mixson, the award-winning I’On Group neighborhood in Park Circle. Earlier this year the I’On Group decided to cease operations of I’On Group Realty to focus on its core mission of developing and managing distinctive new urban neighborhoods. rēhava’s new efficient real estate model is built on combining cutting-edge technology while enhancing the clients’ buying experience.

Mixson is a sustainable, walking neighborhood located in the heart of Park Circle in North Charleston, SC. The modern community, scheduled to be developed in several phases over a period of ten years, will offer true urban living while preserving traditional principles of design and architecture. Construction of the first homes started in late 2007 with eighteen homes completed. The first residents moved in to Mixson last fall.

Eleven homes remain for sale in the neighborhood right now, starting in the mid $100,000s and going up to $300,000s. The plan calls for 950 homes and a collection of shops, civic buildings and parks.

Mixson Sales Manager and EcoBroker Brandon Call leads the movement of real estate professionals pushing the real estate market toward energy-efficient, sustainable, and healthier home design. With national surveys indicating that 80’% of consumers consider themselves “green-minded,” real estate professionals with the EcoBroker designation are well-positioned to respond to consumer demand. To find out more, please visit or, or call 843.766.9696.


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