Meet Helen Geer

A real estate broker since 1973, Helen Lyles Geer sold 35 houses her first year in real estate. The following year Helen moved to the Lowcountry and was a million-dollar producer in Charleston and on Seabrook Island. Helen was the top producer for the last three of her five years on Seabrook. After taking a six-year hiatus, Helen re-entered the real estate world at William Means. She has been the broker-in-charge since 1993.

An aggressive leader in business and in the community, Helen has been past President of the Junior League of Charleston, on the Women's Council at the Gibbes Museum of Art, an Ambassador for the Charleston Regional Development Alliance, on the board of MUSC Children's Hospital, on the Board of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) at St. Philip's Church, on the Board of Trustees of the Historic Charleston Foundation and the Church Street Historic Foundation. She currently serves on the Christie's International Real Estate Advisory Board.

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If you could live anywhere, or have a second home in Charleston where would it be and why?

Historic Charleston. For over 40 years I have lived on the peninsula. To this day, I can walk and still see new architectural details ,enjoy the sea breeze and say hello to friends and visitors.

What do you think sets you apart as an agent?

My integrity is the most important thing to me. I have sold some of the most significant properties in the Charleston area and have a great depth of knowledge and experience. I am also very involved with the community and give back to a city that has been so wonderful to me.

How do you feel William Means sets itself apart as a real estate company?

As the third owner of William Means Real Estate, it is a privilege to carry forward a great company both from the personal aspect and technological prospective. Keeping up with the market and the technology is imperative. Without a doubt, my associates and staff at William Means are the best and do everything they can to help our clients.


  • Helen Geer is not only extremely knowledgeable about housing in the greater Charleston area but she is also an absolute pleasure to work with. She has become a valued member of our "professional recruitment team" in assisting new colleagues that we are trying to attract to the Medical University. She is very professional and effective in this regard, and we have recommended her to many personal friends who have moved to the area as well. - Nancy & Vin

  • Helen is the best! I understand why she is so highly thought of in the community. You hear this every time you mention her name. She handled every aspect of the process with great knowledge, integrity, and is a wealth of information for recommending the most reputable people work with to maintain your house after the fact. Thank you Helen! - Jim & Nancy G.



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  • $7,300,000
    2 Concord Street
  • $1,400,000
    1952 Long Creek Road
  • $778,000
    112 Chadwick Drive
  • $1,135,000
    42 Montagu Street
  • $2,200,000
    21 Lamboll Street
  • $1,170,000
    143 Queen Street
  • $1,015,000
    83-A Church Street
  • $1,200,000
    77 King Street
  • $1,537,500
    14 Atlantic Street
  • $5,750,000
    59 Meeting Street
  • $2,895,000
    23 Tradd Street
  • $1,350,000
    67 Lenwood Boulevard