Home to beautiful beaches, warm weather, charming southern cities, and some excellent golf, South Carolina has long been a popular place for seniors to plan their retirement.
If you are thinking about the best places to retire in South Carolina this website is your source for information and insight into the best places to retire in South Carolina. The Palmetto State is many people's first choice for retirement. This state of 4.8 million people in 2013 has a mild winter climate, low cost of living, and plenty of recreational activities. There are 4 regions in the state: Low Country near the ocean, Sand Hills, Piedmount, and Upstate - which contains an escarpment of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It also has southern charm and history.
SC Cost of Living and Economy
Living in South Carolina is less expensive than many other states. Inflation adjusted 2007-11 per capita income of $23,854 was well below the national average. South Carolina’s median home value was $134,700 in early 2015, according to Zillow (the U.S. median was $178,700. Prices can be higher in selective active adult communities in places like Hilton Head. The Greenville SC median home value index was $166,000, Spartanburg's was $130,900, but in pricier Charleston the median was $215,500 (source: Zillow). South Carolina’s cost of living is the 21st lowest in the nation.
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