Innovation. Efficiency. Entrepreneurship.
These are the founding principles our company is built on.
The Boulevard Company is a truly unique experience in real estate.
Our founders realized the potential for agents to thrive when given the freedom to choose what best fits their business model.
From designer office spaces to dynamic partnerships, our agents are equipped with top-notch resources to deliver unparalleled service in buying and selling real estate. They pay for only what they need, nothing that they don’t.
Meet the two powerhouses behind the contemporary way to practice real estate in Charleston.
John Liberatos, Owner and Broker in Charge
A native of Charleston going back many generations, John has been in real estate and property management for over 20 years.
In addition to his position as Broker in Charge of The Boulevard Company, John is in charge of corporate development for all SC and NC offices of RentCharleston, the sister company to The Boulevard Company.
John is a certified mediator and an educator, teaching local and statewide classes on Fair Housing and the South Carolina Landlord Tenant Act.
John is active on many Boards such as MLS Board of Directors and Professional Standards Committee at the Charleston Trident Association of Realtors, President of The Committee To Save the City, Past President of the Downtown Breakfast Exchange Club, and Past President of the College of Charleston Young Alumni Association, just to name a few.
Rebecca Linenger, Owner
Rebecca Linenger is the owner of The Boulevard Company and one of the highest producing real estate agents in Charleston with more than 10 years experience. She has achieved the Realtor of Distinction award in the highest producing category year after year.
Rebecca graduated from UNC Chapel Hill and began practicing real estate in 2006 after a successful career in Marketing and Business Development.
An active member in the community, Rebecca is heavily involved at Seacoast Church and volunteers as the Chair of Cinderella Day, a yearly outreach event for impoverished teens.
Rebecca lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband Aryn Linenger, owner of Blueprint Insurance Group, and their two children – Knox and Cora.