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Find Out Which Neighborhoods Are Hot on the Latest Episode of “Your Carolina”


What are the hottest neighborhoods in Greenville? How’s our market looking as we enter the fourth quarter? I explain it all on the latest episode of “Your Carolina.”

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Year to date, which are the five hottest neighborhoods in the upstate, according to the number of homes sold?

At the top of the list is Augusta Road, with 94 homes sold so far this year. This is always a hot area and a very popular neighborhood. A lot of people are drawn to its older homes, tree-lined streets, and its close proximity to downtown.

Second, we have a tie between Neely Farm and Westwood, with each neighborhood having 57 home sales.

Neely Farm is another established neighborhood that’s always a perennial favorite. It’s a good-sized neighborhood with lots of amenities. Westwood is different from these other neighborhoods in that it’s more entry-level and far more affordable.

Coming in as the fourth-hottest neighborhood is Morning Mist with 56 home sales. This area features a lot of new construction homes built in the last decade.


Now might be an opportune time to put your home on the market.


Rounding out the list in fifth place is North Main, with 53 homes sales thus far this year. This is another historic area with tree-lined streets that sits close to downtown.

As the third quarter ends and we enter the fourth quarter, here are some key year-to-date statistics to keep in mind:

  • Inventory has decreased 5.4%
  • The number of homes sold has increased 2.7%
  • The average days on market is down 14%
  • The average price has increased 7% to $226,136

As you can see, inventory is down, so there are fewer homes to look for out there. This means now might be an opportune time to put your home on the market if you’ve been thinking about it.

If you have any more questions about our Greenville market or you’re thinking of buying or selling a home, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d be happy to help you.

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