Fresh analysis from Realtor.com shows people are still hot for the Lowcountry, especially those coming from big metropolitan areas. Charleston is the number one move-to destination in the United States.
Here, relocators are seeking a more affordable lifestyle, finding reasonable housing costs, plentiful job prospects, and a lower tax burden. They’re also searching for an all-around higher quality of life, and deciding our nearly year-round sunny climate, exceptional shopping and dining scene, rich history, and natural beauty fits the bill.
Plus, the Charleston metro region is emerging as a major economic engine, as companies are also finding the location exceptionally attractive. Nearly one-third of the US population resides within 500 miles of the Charleston region, the Port of Charleston is the country’s most active, and Charleston International Airport is the state’s busiest. That’s why businesses like Volvo Cars, Mercedes Benz, and Boeing have recently located headquarters in the Lowcountry.
Nexton’s location in the path of growth
Nexton is thriving in the center of all this extraordinary growth. Located on I-26, our growing community offers easy access to the region’s major employers, historic downtown Charleston, five spectacular beaches, and endless opportunities for entertainment.
But you don’t have to go that far – unless you want to. That’s because businesses big and small are also calling Nexton
home, creating metro Charleston’s third major job center. Designed to live and work like a town, Nexton is a diverse mix of offices, homes, shops, schools, parks and restaurants, all beautifully walkable and marvelously connected.
With every new shop, service, and restaurant that opens in Nexton Square, our community becomes even more town-like. So, you can kick back with a Taco Boy margarita, get your bike tuned up at The Bicycle Shoppe, make a deposit at Southern First Bank, and get in a workout at Bold Fitness…all right in your community.
An ideal location for your new home (or business)
At Nexton, you can choose your home’s location from three distinct villages
designed for all kinds of people, including a neighborhood just for active adults. Each with a diversity of floorplans
and home styles from seven renowned homebuilders
each hand-selected for their commitment to exceptional design and first-rate customer service.
Like Brighton Park Village
, our first residential neighborhood. Traditional Lowcountry colors and architecture are brought to life by Pulte Homes, Saussy Burbank, Ashton Woods, David Weekley, and Homes by Dickerson. North Creek Village, by True Homes, is a more intimate enclave tucked into the woods and creeks of Nexton. And Del Webb Nexton is a fun, friendly, convenient living option for active adults.
You know the old adage. Location, location, location
. A little cliché? Maybe. Still true? Absolutely. In fact, we think it might be truer now than when it was first uttered nearly 100 years ago.
When you buy a home at Nexton, you can rest assured you’ve found the right location
, in every possible sense of the word.
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