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Old 05-03-2012, 05:03 PM
 
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My husband and I are moving to Greenville from GA. We are not familiar with any part of Greenville. We have looked at several homes to rent and have been very disapointed with the quality of home for the price. We also will be needing a Baptist church to attend. We are looking forward to exploring the downtown area and the resturants around town. Suggestions please?
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Old 05-04-2012, 05:32 AM
 
Location: south of downtown Greenville, SC --> moving to Greensboro, NC
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A business article published last year stated that Greenville had the tightest rental market in the country. There are some great threads re rentals - please use the "Search" function at the top. Good luck. Most high value rentals are signed quickly. As always, look on Craigslist but beware of scams.

The Upstate is incredibly spread out and Greenville is only one part of it. Spend some time in its various parts and see what fits your family. I've lived/worked from Seneca to Gaffney and will say that Greenville is the best area (my opinion only). The beautiful lakes of Oconee County are a close second.

There a multitude of Baptist churches in the Upstate and, as I am not Baptist, others can help.

I've worked in Gainesville, GA and do think that Greenville/Upstate will be a great transition. You must visit downtown Greenville and Falls Park - it's the pinnacle of the Upstate's revitalization.

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Old 05-04-2012, 07:37 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, SC
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I've driven to Gainesville more times than I can remember (Specifically East Hall HS). It's a beautiful area, and I think you will enjoy the upstate. Welcome and good luck with the housing search!
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