Meet Lyles Geer

A downtown Charleston native with over 13 years of real estate experience, Lyles is considered one of the top brokers on the peninsula and beyond. Whether you are buying or selling, Lyles' main focus is providing an exceptional customer experience and offering valuable advice. His relationship-first approach is why his clients want to share his name with friends and family as a trusted resource.

Lyles and his wife Katie (the director of Meyer Vogl Gallery) are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Mae and Elliott. They live downtown and were recently awarded the Preservation Society's Carolopolis Award for the restoration of their historic 1920ís home on Hampton Park. Lyles attended Charleston's Porter-Gaud School before majoring in Economics at Southern Methodist University and spending three years as a financial analyst in New York City. Lyles believes in giving back, and contributes to the MUSC Children's Hospital with every sale. He also serves as a board member for The Gibbes Museum of Artís Society 1858.

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What is your favorite part of Charleston?

Our cultural core is growing and progressing with new businesses, people, and perspectives. Charleston is a beautiful city with rich history, but the vision and direction is what I am most proud of. There is a buzz in the air, and I love being in the midst of it.

What are your favorite features of homes and why?

I look for engaging spaces that feel inviting and comforting; spaces with the right amount of sunlight, proportion, and openness to the rest of the house Ė be it a kitchen island, a porch overlooking the garden, or bedroom with great light. I look for good places to live.

Favorite restaurant in Charleston and why?

If you have not been to Xiao Bao Biscuit on Spring Street, then you are missing out. My wife and I ride our bikes there about once a week and dig in to their daringly unique flavors and Asian dishes that never fail to leave us fat and happy. Itís our go-to.


  • Lyles got a contract out of the first showing. Wow. The buyer ended up going another way. Oh no. Lyles told us not to worry showed the house again the next day. That showing got another offer and they bought our house. Amazing. He is steeped in this market and a natural at showing the real benefits of historic properties here in charleston. We were absolutely thrilled with Lyles and would hire him again tomorrow. - Jennifer & Brady

  • Lyles was a pleasure to work with throughout the buying process. He knows downtown Charleston extremely well and never tired of showing us homes. We enjoyed his energy and enthusiasm. We would definitely use him again on the buying or selling side of any transaction in Charleston. - Susan & Steve

  • What I appreciated about Lyles was his true professionalism and unparalleled diligence. He never sugar-coated the problems with the house (which had been badly neglected) and was strictly honest about what we were taking on. He also put us in contact with a contractor who turned out to be exceptional. We can't say enough about Lyles and his work ethic and integrity! We give him the highest possible rating across the board! - Monica & Dave

  • The most important attributes Lyles demonstrated to us are honesty and integrity, thorough knowledge of the South of Broad market place, nearly immediate availability and clear and immediate understanding of any arising issue, and superior communication skills. He exudes confidence and optimism and is tenacious in closing the deal. He was expert in showcasing the positive attributes of our home and has a vast network of contacts. His ability to thoroughly explain legalistic contractual matters was also demonstrated to us. Our strong recommendation comes with absolutely no hesitation. - Dr. Richard Smith



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