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Home inventories for rent in Easley are at all time lows. The demand for rental homes has steadily increased rental rates while decreasing the rental inventory.  Young couples who once were instructed to rent their first home are now opting to buy their home. The average monthly rent price is $300-$400 ABOVE what a mortgage would cost for the same home. With interest rates so low, buying a home makes more financial sense than it did 20 years ago for practically everyone.

The message is clear. Home ownership is a bedrock value of our country, core to the American Dream, and, as AR President Moe Veissi put it, REALTORS® are the architects of the American Dream.

Our real estate company website offers some wonderful real estate search benefits for buyers wanting to locate in Greenville, Anderson or Pickens County.  Take a look at  if you’re starting to look at homes for sale in or around Upstate South Carolina. 

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Karen Stokes

Being from SC since birth I am familiar with the upstate area and all it has to offer. I have resided in the Powdersville/Easley area for 25yrs because of the small town feel and convenience of Greenv....

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