Real estate in Greenville comes as a surprise to most people who have not visited. From our thriving downtown area to beautiful Paris Mountain, Greenville County has a little of something for everyone. A wide variety of housing is available, ranging from starter housing to luxury options in not only Greenville, but in the surrounding cites of Simpsonville and Greer. Greenville has outdoor activities, and the cultural events are ongoing with free music and plays constantly. Greenville County has won numerous awards for a variety of reasons. From our beautiful Liberty Bridge to our makeover of "Main Street," Greenville has been nationally and internationally recognized. (Source: Greenville SC Real Estate)
For Greenville Seminary students, there are several options regarding housing:
Buying a house ― To assess the cost of purchasing a house in the Greenville area, we suggest calling Susan Dodds (with The Spaulding Company) at 864-201-8656. Susan has assisted several of our students in housing needs.
Renting a house or apartment ― If you wish to investigate the cost of renting a house, we suggest two options:
- Call (864-322-2717) or e-mail the seminary ( email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org ) to determine availability of seminary-owned housing (limited). The seminary has several houses that it rents on an "as available" basis.
- Contact one of numerous web sites offering rental homes and apartments in the greater Greenville area. Here are some possible links:
For overview information about the housing market in the Greenville area, visit: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Greenville-South_Carolina/
For general information about Taylors, S.C., the seminary's hometown, visit: SCIWAY
The cost of living in Greenville is above the national average (score of 128 compared to a national average score of 100). Of course, the comparison with your own current expenses will depend on where you are living and your lifestyle. To make a cost-of-living comparison between Greenville and your current home, visit: http://www.coli.org/