Meet Bonnie Geer


As a Charleston native, Bonnie is passionate about her community and sharing the Lowcountry lifestyle with her clients. She has an undeniably strong work ethic that she learned at an early age working at her family’s retail store on lower King Street in downtown Charleston.

Bonnie is a seasoned sales professional and has been buying and selling real estate for more than 26 years. She appreciates and understands the importance of finding the right home to fit her clients’ lifestyle and enjoys transforming houses with potential to suit their individual needs. Bonnie and her husband, a successful commercial real estate developer, have renovated five homes for their own family. Her in depth knowledge of the community, background in marketing and extensive network of lifelong connections will help you buy or sell your Charleston home quickly.

Bonnie and her husband have two children and currently reside in downtown Charleston. She is a graduate of Charleston Day School, Porter-Gaud School and the University of Georgia. Bonnie is actively involved in the Porter-Gaud Alumni board, Charleston Parks Conservancy, the Gibbes Museum and the Charleston Library Society.

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Favorite restaurant in Charleston and why?

Peninsula Grill - everything they do is amazing from the decor, to the food to the service. They opened before Charleston was known as a culinary city and have stayed true to their mission of excellence. You know they are doing something right when locals still go there and their service staff are career personnel (ask for Delia!). And don't forget about the infamous Ultimate 12 layer coconut cake which is to die for!

What do you think sets you apart as an agent?

My ability to see through the deficiencies. Every time I walk in a house, I only see opportunities to make it better. I love to turn an ugly duckling into a beautiful swan. Having a vision allows me to advise my clients for the best and most efficient use of a property. My husband jokes that every time I tour properties with clients, I always come home with one I want to buy myself!

What is your favorite part about Charleston?

We still feel small. Although we continue to grow by leaps and bounds, you still see childhood friends at the grocery store, in the airport or at church. We know each others maiden names, what house we grew up in and who was in our class in school. Charlestonians may leave but they always end up coming back!

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  • $742,000
    27 Lenox Street
  • $524,999
    28 Piedmont Avenue
  • $150,000
    40 41st Avenue
  • $500,000
    5 Smith Street
  • $1,736,000
    2424 Goldbug Avenue
  • $449,000
    769 Natchez Circle
  • $820,000
    17 Rutledge Avenue
  • $330,921
    1652 Fishbone Drive
  • $900,000
    137 Beaufain Street
  • $1,515,000
    42 Laurens Street
  • $349,000
    1040 Grand Concourse Street
  • $426,000
    122 Folly Road Boulevard