I came across this article written in the Greenville Today Email Feed and I thought it was well written. Interest rates are still about as low as they will be for a while. It is definitely worth reaching out to a local lender to see if it makes sense to buy vs rent and gain equity instead of continuing to waste money each month. Rental rates are often MORE expensive than what your mortgage payment would be! The spring market is about to kick up and new listings will start hitting every day - if you have ever wondered what price point you could buy with the current amount you are paying in rent every month, hit me up - I would love to connect with you to run the numbers!
Downtown Greenville's apartment guide: by the $
Long story short, we really wanted to know what it costs to live in those sweet luxury apartments we pass everyday downtown so we broke them all down from “daaaang, that’s expensive” to “that’s still expensive, but understandable”. What a great way to spend a day at work right?
The… “Daaaang, that’s expensive” list:
$2,300/Month (2 BR) | Poinsett Corners | the corner of Broad and River st.
$1,799 (1 BR) | 98 E Mcbee | The indoor bike garage is a nice touch
$1,135 (1 BR) | 400 Rhett | 400 Rh... jk, just making sure you're still paying attention
$1,083 (1 BR) | District West | 101 Reedy View Dr. | opens mid-March
The… “That’s expensive, but it’s understandable” list:
$952 (studio) | Ridgeland at the Park | 172 Ridgeland Dr | Hillside views of Cleveland Park