Let's all take a moment and welcome 2021! For many, this past year has encouraged us to change and given many of us the time to work on those changes. Perhaps you've taken up a new hobby, a new job, or maybe even considered moving. If you are taking steps to change the scenery in your life, let us direct your eye to the suburbs. 

There is a lot of old-time charm to the suburbs. But, don't make the assumption that the suburbs are dull. The modern suburb has a lot to offer! From community events, local shops, and all kinds of exciting growth, the suburbs are where you want to be. 

The COVID-19 global pandemic urged many people to consider suburban life. Their homes are now both offices and schools, so many are seeking larger spaces to fit their needs. The large neighborhoods and older homes encompassing the suburbs offer a variety of interior and exterior spaces. Imagine having your very own yard; even a small yard can help you get some much-needed fresh air. 

Another significant aspect of suburban life is proximity. All at once, you have your own space and are relatively close to everything you could need. Need groceries? There are probably multiple options to choose from right down the street. Had an awkward run-in at the gas station you frequent? No need to worry! With a suburban location, you will have plenty of options to choose from. We know that city life can have these same features, but with suburban life, you have some separation. Get the space to live your life as you want. 

The suburbs offer an escape from fast-paced city life. Even if you are only seeking some time away from the city during the COVID-19 pandemic, the suburbs could be your permanent home. That's what the suburbs are all about; the slowed down, savor the day, hometown feel of a Hallmark movie. At the end of the day, the city will always be there. 


Think about it. You could have more space, more time away from the hustle and bustle, and the charm of a small-town life. So, why wait? Many beautiful places are waiting for you right here in the Upstate of South Carolina. Take a look!