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The top 4 reasons to invest in Upstate SC real estate

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This beautiful home, listed with Pat McNamara, sits on 67 acres adjacent to the Jocassee Gorges, providing immediate access to over 50,000 acres of protected wilderness.

Photo by Van Sullivan, Jr.

Here’s the top four reasons why real estate is a solid investment, according to the experts at Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty:

  1. GVL’s economy is booming, creating a real estate market that’s only getting stronger.
  2. Compared to larger cities nearby like Atlanta, Charlotte + Charleston, GVL and its suburbs are relatively more affordable.
  3. There is a strong rental market, making the area lucrative for landlords.
  4. GVL’s population is growing – big time. And population growth equals increased demand for housing, which can help your investment home appreciate.

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