Many consumers today are understandably worried about their nest egg. For many of them, however, their Greenville real estate "nest" is the best investment they can make.
Not only does owning a Greenville home help people build long-term wealth, but also it provides shelter and security for their families and fosters involvement in community life. In essence, homeownership is the cornerstone of a healthy community.
U.S. Census Bureau data shows that Greenville real estate owners move less frequently than renters. This stability is important in creating strong foundations for both families and communities.
A recent NAR research study shows that Greenville real estate owners are more likely to vote, volunteer time for civic events or participate in local crime prevention programs because they're invested in what happens in their neighborhoods.