The 10 best places to live in South Carolina for 2018.
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South Carolina is a southeastern U.S. state known for its shoreline of subtropical beaches and marshlike sea islands.
Settled by the English in 1670, the colony named for King Charles I was split into North and South Carolina in 1710.
South Carolina's tourism industry has blossomed in recent years.
Coastal Charleston is a historic city, defined by pastel-colored houses, Old South plantations and Fort Sumter, where the Civil War’s opening shots were fired.
To the north is the Grand Strand, a roughly 60-mile stretch of beachfront known for golf courses and the vacation town Myrtle Beach.
South Carolina is known for its family-friendly and affordable beaches, warm weather and hundreds of golf courses.
The state is also home to many well-known schools, including Clemson University, the University of South Carolina, located in the state capital of Columbia,
the historically black South Carolina State University, Furman University, and a state-run military college, The Citadel, in Charleston.
Whether you prefer an exclusive lakefront golf resort near the Blue Ridge Mountains, love the historic charm of Charleston,
or dream of lazing in Lowcountry style on Pawleys Island, the state's diverse cities and regions cater to a variety of lifestyles and interests.
South Carolina also offers innovative healthcare facilities, a mild climate, a low cost of living, and ample outdoor attractions,
as well as a mix of arts, culture, dining, and entertainment opportunities. From nature preserves and golf courses to historic sites and shopping centers, it's easy to see the appeal of South Carolina retirement living.
Here are the 10 best places to live or retire in South Carolina for 2018:
3. Myrtle Beach.
6. Mount Pleasant.
7. Tega Cay.
9. Fort Mill.
10. Seven Oaks.
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Do not move here it sucks big time these politicians here have made promises they will not keep and they are taking natural born constitutional rights away every day so run away fast as you can I am just as soon as I can
I’m from Myrtle Beach and I cannot in good faith recommend that anyone move here unless you’re retiring. For people who are young and ambitious this is not where you want to be. Our economy is a hospitality & tourism driven economy characterized by low wages, crappy benefits, and very little opportunity for upward mobility. Most of the jobs here are in hotels/resorts, restaurants, bars, and golf courses. You can make good money as a server or bartender during the peak of the season (May-August), but it doesn’t really matter because you won’t be making anything from November til about March. This place is like a black hole, once you get sucked in its hard to get out. Your wages will be too low for you to be able to afford to catapult yourself out.
I also once upon a time lived in Charleston for 2 years. It’s a beautiful city and one of the oldest cities in the nation with lots of history. Unfortunately over the course of the past decade Charleston got national recognition as one of the greatest places to live—and since then a multitude of transplants have moved in and made the city overpopulated, making the rental market fiercely competitive and driving up the cost of housing dramatically. There are honestly more affordable places for rent in Queens or Brooklyn than in Charleston. Do not move there unless you make upwards of six figures a year and are purchasing a home. Do not move to Charleston if you intend on renting. Same with Mt. Pleasant.
I'm from Anderson sc tbh there aint a better place then sc to live cheap save a good bit of money and invest in a business somewhere..it's alot of granite filled land you can buy that's valuable in the blue ridge area..Anderson sc is close to Georgia and north Carolina, takes no time getting to neither from here.
There is no place you want to live in South Carolina. It is controlled by a few powerful families which keep a tight grip on business and politics, there are a lot of snooty people, you will get LOW salary, and HIGH air conditioning bill. I lived and went to school in Charleston, trust me, its not a place you want to be. I know lawyers, doctors, business owners, artists, a lot of people. Very low quality of life, overall. (Anything outside of Charleston is the sticks full of red necks. And they don't like them colored people either. Prejudice is very prevalent. Charleston is where the civil war started, over slavery).
Whoever made this and said that people want to LIVE in Myrtle Beach has clearly not been there in recent years. I love Greenville. I live in Simpsonville. I’ve grown up in this wonderful state, but knock Myrtle Beach off of this list.
Rumalda Arreaga yes many times. I went every summer growing up. My wife lived there for a while as well. It used to be wonderful, now it’s just a dump sadly. I once loved Myrtle Beach, now I can’t stand it.
Been reading the comments and fuk all ya all!!!! Blacks and whites get along here fine been here in NCharleston Hanahan Area for 27 yrs and its the best place in the USA!!! it is beautiful here!!!! Dont like it dont show your ass here leave we will enjoy it for ourselves!!!!
first of all, if anyone wants to move here, I don't care where your yee haw ass wants to live but you must avoid lancaster (trust me I know I was born there) and gosh darn great falls. YOU MUST get use to mosquitoes, ignorant dumb fucks, country folk, red necks and mexican's, can I get a amen? there's good food depending where you go, there's lots of good nature it's very humid and it's very good land and rich soil. I say if any of you damn yankee's wanna CONVERT to the good ol southern way, then you best learn to wear boots and blue jeans and say yes ma'am, you crooked tooth northern fuckers better also learn to fly a confederate flag and get your hands dirty.
Central SC, near Lake Murray, is my first choice for SC. Close to a lake, ocean beaches, mountains (and not too far from Disney World). Warning: If you can't stand the heat (and the conservative reds), look elsewhere.
South Carolina has the most horrible weather it rains all summer long you can hardly wear your summer clothes is hot and sticky and very uncomfortable the only thing I can say is quiet the air is fresh and the people are nice but if you're looking for a fun place to visit this is not it it's nothing really to see here either and it's hard to find good food a lot of fast food but not good food good luck if you come here
If it wasn't apparent from the way they pronounced Mauldin that the video authors had never been to South Carolina, calling Clemson a best place to live should give it away. After all, there's nothing in Clemson but Clemson. Also, the photo at 6:51 is of the horseshoe, which is at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, about 130 miles away.
SC is just SC....it’s what you make it. It has beautiful places and pleasant people. But don’t get it twisted Bo...... know your place...... being in the wrong area you might get got.....doesn’t matter what race you are, however people read you will set the pace for the rest of your stay. If you get that gut feeling say you shouldn’t be some where, please leave quietly. Remember you are in the South....All races stand their ground. Personally, I was born and raised here, it was when I matured and turned 34 when I realized I wouldn’t stay anywhere else. This home for me, but if you want to move here or vacation here do your own research from crime rates to school systems to taxes. By the way this is a crappy video. It should be removed. #GoSC
i live in south carolina, and for the most part, it’s really nice. the warm weather, small towns, it’s great! but there are CRAZY conservatives and republicans here. if you are a liberal, like me, then people might piss you off. but it’s worth it!
Robert Barber ok damn i didn’t ask for a whole life story. that is all your choice. if you didn’t want to abort your child, you didn’t have to, but like you said, it was hard to provide for your child. some people KNOW that they cannot provide, so that is all their choice.
Hunter Kerney you believe in science right you being liberal and all. Ok, so science has proven that this so-called " not alive" fetus feels pain. No, I am not saying I agree with it even then. I am saying it is a terrible thing to happen to anyone. I had children young myself at 18 my first was born. I busted my ass to provide for my family because I strictly did not believe in abortion. When I look at my children today to even think about what if I had done that is just inconceivable to me and grotesque. If you are not a parent you wouldn't understand. So because of the abortion laws, there have also been instances where the abortion was unsuccessful which again are easily found on the internet. One case was where the mother was given a saline abortion. This is where the baby is burned inside the womb but this baby somehow survived and because of the laws they were forced to save it. So this child had to live with these burns, and then what does the mother tell that child. Before certain laws were passed some doctors would physically strangle the baby to death if it survived this is at 21 weeks where it is scientifically proven that pain is felt. Just do your own research, please. These are things planned parenthood does not want you to know. In 2015 the one of their employees actually wrote a book about all this stuff. One of the doctors came out and also started speaking out against it. Yes, rape is a terrible thing. I have a 14-year-old daughter myself and I would probably hunt down the person who did it and actually kill them if this happened to one of my children. If this was to happen to someone close to me I would immediately have them go to the hospital to have a kit done and given a plan B pill just in case. If that person was still to wind up pregnant then an early term abortion is the best way to go about it before anything is formed or pain can be felt, however, if someone decides to keep it I do not judge them either. However, for the sake of just oops I accidentally got pregnant at 18 and I want to go to college, well that was just being irresponsible. Yes, I did it too, but I didn't abort my children either. To be honest this is an issue I am conflicted with morally. I still stand by the side of being pro-life. If the mother's life is endangered or she was in fact raped I find it to be more acceptable. I honestly believe the government is ok with it because the way they see it this is population control and fewer people they have to pay for because 99 percent of them is who! You guessed it minorities and low-income people. With my moral beliefs though when you say what if this happened to someone close and they got pregnant I mean that is like asking me to pick one of my favorite children to live if I could only save one. That is a question I just couldn't answer. I have asked other fellow Christians this same question, what they would do. Their answer was they would keep it and do it with Gods help. So yes! Some people are so strongly against it they would keep the baby! I am somewhere in between but I still do not like the idea of doing it!
Robert Barber no i wasn’t implying it like that. i meant for someone like you as in, somebody who doesn’t support. but i think your implying that a woman has to be physically abused and sexually harassed, to get an abortion. that is wrong. also if the kkk supposedly “started abortion” then what’s wrong with doing it if it’s good?
Wow, I'm from Detroit Michigan and I must say for such nasty towns they sure look better than Detroit 😁 if only we had a president who would use his position for positive change we could change these city's around. A bully pulpit does not help anyone. I vote independent. I vote for the best man for the job. The main thing is that I Vote !
Went to Kiawah Island for 20 years and then it all started to change. owned a house in Summerville. It used to be a small town before Wal Mart and when PO Folks was still there. No it's basically just a suburb of Charleston and the traffic sucks. Glad I don't go there anymore.
Hmmm was considering moving to Mauldin or Simpsonville, but lm hearing that it is quite racist in SC. lm from the north and lm guessing l would have a hard time as lm not used to a lot of racism in the DMV area.
Dana says- I live about an hour away in Anderson, so I don't know about county taxes. State taxes aren't bad at all (39th highest our of all 50 states, so only 11 states have lower over all *state* taxes- here's a link to that info: https://wallethub.com/edu/states-with-highest-lowest-tax-burden/20494/ ). Gasoline and tobacco taxes have historically been some of the lowest in the nation for a long time, but they are rising. You'd of course need to look into local city and/or county taxes, but hopefully this info helps. Oh, and if you are looking to start your own business, there are great tax breaks and networking resources in Greenville County (where Mauldin & Simpsonville are), great schools and hospitals in Greenville County also.
Dana says- I'd choose Mauldin between the two, but I like smaller cities better. It's not "quite racist". About 28 percent of people living in SC are African American, and 60-something percent are predominantly white and you will (unless you are from a big city like NYC, LA, etc.) see way more interracial relationships here than most places up North. It's perfectly acceptable (duh, of course it should be- but I've seen lots of Northerners and Northern transplants to Florida not be as accepting.) I think there's more class-ism going on than actual racism in SC, with a clear divide between poor & low-middle class and upper-middle & upper class people. There are also some smaller towns that are un-accepting of anyone new. This is sometimes confused for racial intolerance, but it has nothing to do with race, and everything to do with the fact that you are not originally from that area (this is called being "clannish" and happens mostly in small communities that were settled by Scotts & Irish -who were very opposed to people who weren't from their home clans (like tribes almost) living in their town. This happens in many small towns in the Blue Ridge Mountain states, and a little in SC. Anyway, the vast majority of black people and interracial couples/families, etc. live happy, productive, normal lives (at least in as much as anyone would) without encountering racists/racial inequality. There's a lot more prejudice in this comment section. :-) Hope my viewpoint helps.
What is it Like living in Gilbert SC? Is it nice there and family oriented? I live in Sumter SC and I'm trying to relocate myself and my family one day in the near future. Please Ma'am enlighten me. Thank you in advance 💖😊
What is considered a good place to live is a matter of prospective. I've lived in and around Greenville my entire life. It can only now be considered a good place to live if you are wealthy. Rich individuals and corporations have come in and bought up most of the prime real estate from the locals. They have developed it and priced most of the locals out of the market. Local people in South Carolina have never earned what people in other parts of the country do. Yes, the cost of living is lower than in the northern or western states, but the average earnings are much lower here than elsewhere. This massive influx of people from other areas has raised the cost of living for those that can least afford it; those people that were born and grew up in South Carolina.
Its kind of sad watching these videos. You think you have some good options and then the comments tell you "don't move here, we have enough people" or "don't move here, it sucks.". Unfortunately with the population getting out of control, every mid-size or large city is only going to get worse. More people = more drugs, more violence and higher rent and home prices. Is there anywhere halfway wholesome left to go where a business professional can be happy and make a decent living? I've just about had it with Austin and TX in general. I'm from the Midwest. Kind responses only, please :) BTW, I'm going to Charleston next month, only to visit.
Kush Kouch 702: First of all I'm not a LITTLE anything madam and second of all you think I retired at 40? Nice try; that house sold in July of 2013 for 145K!! Not even you would be dumb enough to put your actual address on the internet. Should've tried further down the road 412K might've at least sounded plausible.
South Carolina and Charleston definitely animation place we have a storage facility and garden gallery and Easley South Carolina we are really close to Asheville North Carolina and really close to Charleston Greenville the people in this area are amazing Southern Hospitality at its best you will not be disappointed I have been able to travel around the country with my moving business know where have I met people so amazing so willing to help so friendly so full of pure love you can tell they're Christians just by the way they stand and the way they communicate they don't have to have a fish sticker on their bumper showing their beliefs my name is Bruce Hensley my cell phone number is 828-713-1999 I love being social
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