Anderson Making a Name for Itself for New Businesses

I’m sure many of you saw the headlines in the newspaper stating that Anderson was ranked 64th Best Small Places for Business and Careers in the housingmarketincreasepmnation.  While this is no surprise for those of us familiar with Anderson and all it has to offer it is none-the-less a great recognition for our ever-growing city.  Even more spectacular is that Anderson was ranked 98th on the same list in 2007 so we are certainly moving in the right direction.  These rankings were concluded using many different criteria but one that particularly stands out is projected economic growth through 2014 in addition to past and projected job growth.  This speaks to the potential that not only we as citizens see in our city but the potential that is now being recognized nationally as a place to start a business or to find employment.

The housing market is also positively effected by all of the economic growth taking place and projected to take place in Anderson.  In fact compared to one year ago the median home sales price increased 29.7%.  This is a huge jump in only a years time and it shows no signs of slowing down.  Luckily though many wonderful houses are still very affordable which means now is the time to invest in Anderson.  Whether you are looking for a home for your family, a future investment, or a rental investment now is the time to get on board while prices are still low.  If you have any questions about the Anderson housing market or potential investments please feel free to contact our office! We look forward to helping you find your affordable home today!

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