As a life long resident of the Lowcountry few know the area like Owen Tyler.
After a successful career as a general real estate broker he felt it was time to take on a new role as Managing Broker and Broker-in-Charge. Owen Tyler is experienced in residential and commercial real estate and brings to the table a passion for his profession, a stellar reputation, and offers a superb client service experience.
He joined The Cassina Group in 2014, charged with moving the brokerage to its next iteration with a focus on creating a highly specialized consumer experience.
Tyler’s focus on REALTOR excellence & a client first approach raised the bar for real estate in the greater Charleston area and in return has helped The Cassina Group to evolve into the successful luxury real estate firm that clients and customers expect today.
Under his management the firm has consistently ranked as one of the top real estate firms in the Charleston MLS, named to the Roaring 20s List, listed as one of the top 1000 Brokerages in the U.S., and landed on the Inc. 5000 list more than once.
Tyler has served on local, state, and national board of directors and in leadership positions for South Carolina REALTORS®, Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS® , National Association of REALTORS®, Charleston Regional Development Alliance, The Children's Trust of South Carolina, and One80 Place.
He was the 2013 President of Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS®, 2018 & 2019 Governance Chair for One80 Place, and the 2020 President of South Carolina REALTORS®
“Buyers love renovated bathrooms,” said Owen Tyler, managing broker of The Cassina Group. “They go nuts over bathrooms in general and renovations even more. I would say that bathrooms are one of the top three things buyers look at or care most about when purchasing a home.”
“The problem for first-time home buyers is that they are competing with people that might be buying their second, third or fourth homes,” said Owen Tyler, managing broker of The Cassina Group, a Charleston-based real estate agency. “They’ve had time to build careers and build up equity in their homes, so it’s going to be easier for them to pay the highest dollar possible. There is no more special treatment for first-time home buyers.”