Meet Drew Grossklaus
Drew Grossklaus is the William Means' Director of Sales and East Cooper Broker-In-Charge. Drew brings a wealth of strategic sales, marketing, creative and analytical talent to the team, drawing on more than 20 years of real estate and development sales, marketing, advertising, and promotions experience.
As Director of Sales and Marketing for the I'On Group, Drew was instrumental in closing over $350 million in residential homesite and home sales, providing direction and strategy to the sales agents, support staff, investors and owners. In addition to his sales and marketing roles at the I'On Group, he was actively involved with the relations and management of the I'On Builder's Guild. Under Drew's management, I'On won numerous PRISM (Professional Results in Sales and Marketing) awards from the Charleston Trident Homebuilders Association and was nominated for Marketer of Year by the Charleston American Marketing Association.
Prior to joining the I'On Group, Drew was Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Family Circle Cup and Family Circle Tennis Center on Daniel Island. Drew created, planned and implemented all aspects of marketing, public relations for both the Tier 1 Professional Tennis Tournament and the Tennis Center. He also managed client services for members, vendors and top professional women's tennis players.
Drew is a licensed real estate agent and currently serves on the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors Board of Directors in the Treasurer position and the South Carolina Realtors (SCR) Board of Directors. Drew graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in Accounting and received a Master's degree from Western Illinois University. He resides in Mount Pleasant.
What is your favorite part about Charleston?
My favorite part about Charleston is that you can have so many favorite parts. You can love the history and homes, you can love the beaches, you can love great food, you can love great people.
What is one thing you think most people donít realize when they buy real estate?
I donít think people realize the difference in having a good real estate agent. While a lot of information can be found on the internet, having a good agent makes a huge difference. A good agent finds you the right house, at the right price, and makes the transaction as smooth as possible. For the biggest transactions of your life wouldnít you want the best?
How do you feel William Means sets itself apart as a real estate company?
I feel William Means has many ways it sets itself apart, but these ways come together in a simple term of thoroughness. If you really want to feel good about buying or selling home, knowing that everything was reviewed and done correctly. Having that done is one of the most reassuring feelings. William Means does it in many ways, but at the end of the day they are thorough about every detail.