Are North Carolina/South Carolina cheap places to live?


In South Carolina, for example: Columbia, Oreangeburg, Lexington, you can buy a huge brick house for as low as $50,000 or even less if you talk to the owner and upgrade it a bit. I see some homes in SC for sale as low as $20,000. Don’t get scared by the folks, they are very friendly and safe. Best bet is Orangeburg, SC. It’s about 60 miles from the coast, houses are cheapest in USA. You can buy a very good house for $100K.

2 thoughts on “Are North Carolina/South Carolina cheap places to live?

  1. Andy G

    I’m from Raleigh,NC and compared to other places on the east coast it relatively cheap to live in Raleigh. However, most jobs don’t pay very well so it could be a little expensive.

    It all really depends where in the state you would like to live. Homes along the beach are generally more expensive than the central parts of NC. Raleigh and Cary are rapidly becoming more expensive to live because a lot of people from up north and Florida are buying houses.

    You could get a beautiful 6 bedroom mansion for close to $1,000,000 in Raleigh. That won’t buy you a 1,200 square foot condo in NYC.
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  2. John Deo

    In South Carolina, for example: Columbia, Oreangeburg, Lexington, you can buy a huge brick house for as low as $50,000 or even less if you talk to the owner and upgrade it a bit. I see some homes in SC for sale as low as $20,000. Don’t get scared by the folks, they are very friendly and safe. Best bet is Orangeburg, SC. It’s about 60 miles from the coast, houses are cheapest in USA. You can buy a very good house for $100K.
    References :

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