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Colonial Management, LLC- Colonial Management, LLC is a full service commercial property management company. We take an aggressive approach to improving asset value by streamlining operating expenses, elevating responsiv... View full company profile
Provence Real Estate- Provence Real Estate is a privately-held real estate management organization with a focus on management of multi-family assets. Our corporate structure allows us to effectively manage apartment ... View full company profile
Greenville Management Companies
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Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$133,400||$142,900||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||12.5%||13%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||17%||18.8%||19.2%|
Greenville Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Greenville stood at 9%, relatively high compared to the rest of the country. There are about 268,486 housing units, averaging $133,400 in value, 31% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Greenville is 0.5%, slightly lower than the South Carolina average. For 17% of Greenville tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||21.8||20.8||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.55||2.49||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.3||2.35||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$45,031||$44,256||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$24,280||$24,664||$27,466|
Greenville Demographic Info
Greenville has a population of 612,264, comprised of 237,177 households, with on average 2 members per household. Out of approximately 308,815 people in the civilian workforce, 287,247 (93%) were employed in 2008. 81% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 26% holding a 4 year college degree.
Greenville Community Info
Greenville is the largest city in what is known as “The Upstate” of South Carolina, an eight county region in the northwestern part of the state. Greenville is located along Interstate 85 about halfway between Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina.
Greenville used to be known as “The Textile Capital of the World” because Greenville's economy was dependent on textile manufacturing. Over the last few decades because of the low wages and the numerous tax benefits that corporations can receive, many foreign corporations have opened up shop in the area. Some of the biggest employers in the Greenville area include Michelin, which has its North American headquarters located in Greenville, but Lockheed Martin and General Electric also do business in the area.
In 2000, Greenville had a population of 56,006 people. Of the population, 62.12% of the people are White, 33.94% are African American, 1.27% are Asian, and 3.44% of the total population is Hispanic. Out of the 56,002 people that live in Greenville, there are 24,832 households and 12,581 families. The median income for a household in Greenville is $33,144, while the median income for a family is $44,125.
When it comes to exciting things to do in Greenville you have many options to choose from. If you enjoy gardens or even just walking through beautiful parks, you will need to check out Falls Park. One of the best features of this park is the curved, cantilevered suspension bridge for pedestrians; it is the only one like it in the United States. If the gardens don't sound fun, but you like outdoor recreation, you can visit one of the many parks that are located throughout the city.
If you are interested in baseball you can actually go and visit the home that “Shoeless Joe” Jackson lived and died in. The house, which is located at 356 Field Street, is open to the public on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm; there is no charge for admission. If you are more interested in the arts, you can always visit the arts and cultural complex, Heritage Green, which features a future Children's Museum, the Hughes Library, and three other art museums.