Amazing! Rent rates are rising double digit
percentages in some areas of the upstate!
Sale prices are going through the roof!
For those of us who lived through the “great
downturn” it smells and feels a bit like 2005-06!
However the economy this time seems to
support the increases with demand and a
widening footprint! Micro areas like downtown
Greenville, Augusta Rd., Gower, Simpsonville
are experiencing record setting increases in
rents and sale prices. In these areas some rental
rates are $1 per square foot or more (We did not
experience this last time). And sales are going up
to $150/$200+ per square in these micros.
We have surpassed Charlotte Metro area with
https://www.zillow.com/research/local-market-reports/ –http://dlvr.it/QM5hvW –
Further out from the micros, suburbia and
even the “country” are increasing but not
quite at the clip that the “micros” are.
In the counties; Spartanburg, Anderson and
Greenville. Anything close to corridors,
shopping and good schools are experiencing
a “spill over” effect from Greenville’s rise!
It’s an excellent time to invest in local
real estate maybe the best time ever!
You decide. (That’s my disclosure that we
are real estate experts but not fortune tellers)
If you have a house that you want to rent or sell
please contact us, we can help!
864-395-6538 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To your success!
Do you have questions about
maximizing your return on your
real estate investments? I invite
you to call me and discuss your needs.
With many years in the business, I’m
confident I can guide you in the
right direction. We help our clients
rent, buy and sell real estate in the
upstate of South Carolina.
Call 864-395-6538 for more info on
how to make money in real estate!
Talk soon. Thank you for your business!
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HTSI Property Management is a local property management company based in Greenville, SC. It was started by Robert Dayton, an upstate real estate investor and owner of multiple rental homes in the area. He wanted to fill the … Read More