Greenville has become one of the hottest spots to move to in the South. With a vibrant downtown atmosphere, a variety of surrounding communities, easy access to the mountains, and mild seasons, it’s no wonder it consistently lands on lists of the best cities to live in. If your job is taking you to Greenville or you are looking for a change of pace, here’s what you need to know before relocating.
Finding a Place to Live
Moving to a new city is often daunting, especially when it comes time to find a place to live. There are so many neighborhoods to choose from, and you can’t possibly learn everything about them all in the time before you need to make a decision! Have no fear, because agents from the Parker Group are here to be your partner in your journey as you navigate the ins and outs of the various homes in Greenville, SC and the particulars of the real estate market.
Whether you’re interested in all of the hotspots you can be near in hip West Greenville, or you want to know about the best school districts in the surrounding area, our team is here as an invaluable resource for you during this crucial time. Our agents have decades of experience working and living in Greenville, and we will do much more than just show you potential properties. We are here to help you learn as much about your new home as possible, find the best location for you and your family, and set you up to get the most out of your experience in this great city.
Resources—Healthcare, Education, and Employment
Many things are going to be changing for you upon your relocation to Greenville, most significantly your healthcare, your kids’ education, and your jobs. Thankfully, there are some fantastic resources you can draw on to make things easier.
For medical care, there are two main healthcare networks throughout the Greenville area. Prisma Health (which was known as Greenville Health System until it merged with the state-wide Palmetto Health in 2017) is the primary public healthcare system. Another option is Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, which is a private organization that earns consistently high patient satisfaction scores.
You can check out the Greenville County Schools website to get more information on the various K-12 public schools in the area and discover what district your property would be located in. There are also a variety of private educational institutions located throughout the region as well.
If you or a member of your family still needs to find a job, you can of course check out online job boards or utilize the resources provided by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce.
Things to Do Once You Move In
You’ve found your new home and are ready to get started making the most of your life in Greenville, but where do you start? Even though you’ve found your new home there will still be plenty to do such as setting up your utilities, enrolling your kids in school, and finding your favorite entertainment and leisure spots.
Relocating to Greenville is made easy with this detailed guide. Contact The Parker Group for more information about moving to Greenville, SC. If you’re thinking about moving to the great Upstate of South Carolina, we’re here to help you find the perfect home.