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Let’s talk about the real estate market right here in South Carolina. Those numbers are just speaking volumes!
This is all compared to data from last month (January 2022) and the year before (January 2021).
We’re going to crunch some numbers.
Inventory supply – there is a decrease in inventory supply of 41.2%.
The days a home is on the market before an offer is placed has decreased by 23.5%
Pending sales (homes with an accepted offer) has gone up by 4.6%
And finally, the median sales price – in other words, the average sale price of a home, has gone up by 14.6%.
Now, what does all that mean? Quite simple – this really is a seller’s market RIGHT NOW!
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There’s a new “thought process” here in Greenville – and it’s called the Greenville Gateway. It’s still completely in the planning stages, but the idea here is to reimagine the entrance from I-385 with features such as a pedestrian walkway, a plaza, restaurants and walkways.
Of course, as I mentioned, this is COMPLETELY in the planning stages, but you can attend the charrette: The project’s series of public meetings + open studio sessions takes place starting Fri., Feb. 18 and ends with a presentation and Q+A on Tues., Feb. 22.
What Exactly Is Farm-To-Table?
You’ve probably heard that term before. So, let’s talk about a definition.
Farm-to-table.(adj.) A dish composed of locally grown ingredients. In other words, there’s a small distance between the farm where the food was grown, and the table where you’re eating it.
So, here’s the neat thing – essentially we are talking about local farms here. And, the neat thing is that there are a TON of them right here in Greenville, and in our surrounding areas!
You’ve heard me say time and time again to support our local businesses and our community. Well, here’s a great way to do it.
There are over 1,000 local farms in Greenville County – and you can find a ton of their goods in local restaurants.
GVL Today recently shared an article with some of those restaurants, and I’d like to share that with you. So again – support our local farmers!
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Upstate Forever, Trees Upstate, Friends of the Reedy River, and others, are partnering to give away free trees on Fri., Feb. 25 from 3-6 p.m. and Sat., Feb 26, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. at ReWa (564 Mauldin Rd.) + Trailblazer Park (235 Trailblazer Dr.). ?
Southern Home & Garden Show | Fri., Feb. 18 | Greenville Convention Center, 1 Exposition Dr. | $8 | Find inspiration or a vendor for your next home project among exhibitors from outdoor living, interior design, and remodeling.
Mardi Gras: A Taste of Carnival | Sat., Feb. 19 | 1-5 p.m. | Greer Station,108 E. Poinsett St., Greer | $20 | Stroll through downtown Greer, enjoy live music throughout town, and sample themed food at over 25 locations.
Greater Greenville Master Gardeners’ annual plant sale is on Sat., Apr. 30 at Jeff Lynch on Roper Mountain Road. Butterfly plants, perennials, vegetables + herbs are among the plants available for purchase, and proceedshelpfund educational gardening + outdoor programs. ?
Local Greenville SC News
No. 38. That’s what Greenville ranked among 80 US cities for traffic congestion in 2021 according to TomTom’s traffic index. On average, Greenville residents lost 39 hours to traffic last year, with congestion levels up 3% from 2020. New York City ranked No.1, with 80 hours lost per year to traffic congestion. ?
The new TV show,“Up and Coming,” is currently being filmed in Greenville. Based on a viral skit by Greer native Joey Thompson + Sean Russel Herman, the show is about two city planners who see exponential growth in their fictional city after a round of successful marketing efforts. ? (Greenville Journal)
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate (TCMU) Spartanburg location is hosting a free open house on Sat., Mar. 5 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Upstate families are invited to experience museum play, participate in programming, and meet TCMU-Spartanburg staff. Reserve your tickets here.
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