52 Turnkey Properties Greenville, SC
You can cherry pick the list with 10+ homes.
Retiring seller, has 52 total properties.
Some of his properties will require a quiet title action (seller will pay) after closing. It takes 2+ months to get a new title back. These are tax sale properties.
These are off-market, No seller Financing, High Occupancy, High CAP rate, Wholesale priced!
Price for 52 properties – $2.108M
10 fastest growing U.S. cities
Growth (2000-2010): 32.5%
- Once known for textile manufacturing, Greenville has become an international powerhouse, hosting companies from all parts of the globe.
- The city, along with Spartanburg, Anderson and other nearby towns known as “The Upstate,” boast more than 250 international firms, including BMW (Germany), Michelin (France), GlaxoSmithKline (United Kingdom) and Kyocera (Japan).
“That’s the highest international investment per capita in the nation,” said Nancy Whitworth, Greenville’s Director of Economic Development.
- Whitworth said the area’s international flavor is actually derived from its textile past when people came from all over the world to buy and sell and study manufacturing techniques.
- BMW, which arrived in nearby Spartanburg in the mid-1990s, is already on its fourth expansion, according to Whitworth. The factory has spawned other enterprises that supply parts and services to BMW. “
Interesting Facts about Greenville, South Carolina
- As of 2014, Greenville’s population is 59,261 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 4.23%
- The median home cost in Greenville is $122,400. Home appreciation the last year has been 3.00%
- Compared to the rest of the country, Greenville’s cost of living is 6.80% Lower than the U.S. average.
- Greenville public schools spend $9,120 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,435. There are about 12.3 students per teacher in Greenville.
- The unemployment rate in Greenville is 3.80 percent(U.S. avg. is 6.30%). Recent job growth is Positive. Greenville jobs have Increased by 1.90 percent.
- Profile: Mid-sized city
- Location: Northwest South Carolina near North Carolina border, 75 miles southwest of Charlotte, NC
- With an estimated population of 467,605 in 2012, Greenville County is South Carolina’s largest county. The County’s population has increased by 87,989 since 2000 or 1.9% per year.
- Greenville is one of the ten counties that comprise the Upstate Region of South Carolina. The Upstate’s population has been steadily increasing, growing from 1,220,516 in 2000 to 1,384,996 in 2012, a 1.2 percent annual increase since 2000. The Greenville MSA population (Greenville, Laurens and Pickens County) has grown from 559,940 in 2000 to 653,498 in 2012, a 1.4 percent increase per year during that time period.
- Greenville County residents are among the state’s wealthiest. Greenville County traditionally ranks as number two in South Carolina for per capita income, outranked only by Beaufort County, which includes the Hilton Head resort community. According to the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, Greenville County per capita personal income for 2012 was $39,130. Per capita personal income for the Greenville MSA was $36,581 in 2012.
- Greenville is located on the Interstate 85 corridor, approximately halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte. The northern terminus of Interstate 385 is located downtown, and the area is also served by Interstate 185 and U.S. Highway 123 (Calhoun Memorial Highway). Other major highways include U.S. 25, U.S. 29 and U.S. 276.
- There are several airports servicing the Greenville area. The largest in the region, Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP), is the second busiest in the state and is served by most major airlines. SCTAC (former Donaldson Air Base) has undergone significant modernization and is the site of the new S.C. National Guard Helicopter Base and proposed Super General Aviation Center. Greenville serves as a freight hub for FedEx Express. The Greenville Downtown Airport, is the busiest general aviation airport in South Carolina with nearly 80,000 take-offs and landings annually and more than 245 based aircraft.
- Public transit in Greenville is handled by the Greenville Transit Authority (GTA) who contracted out the operations to the City Of Greenville in 2008 under a tri-party agreement with Greenville County. The City rebranded the service with the name Greenlink.
- Greenlink runs a bus system that serves the Greenville area, much of Greenville County including Mauldin and Simpsonville, and a portion of Pickens County via a connector to Clemson. Community leaders are in the early planning stages for a comprehensive transit system that will help ease the high traffic volume on interstates and roadways. Considerations include the expansion of the current Greenlink bus routes.
- Greenville has an Amtrak station, which is part of Amtrak’s Crescent, connecting Greenville with the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham and New Orleans. Additionally, Greenville is a part of the proposed Southeast High Speed Rail Corridor, which will run from Washington, DC to Birmingham, AL. Freight railroad service is provided by CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern Railway, and the Carolina Piedmont Railroad. The former Greenville and Northern Railway line to Travelers Rest has been abandoned and converted into a hiking and biking trail.