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Greer's Home Construction

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That's great for Greer. I wish there were stats for all of Greenville County and there probably is somewhere... but anyway, SC's largest County just keeps getting bigger

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How true. I don't know the exact number, but there are new neighborhoods being built everywhere around Greenville, even within the city on small pieces of land. The density levels are going to rise dramatically for the next census reports. :D

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How true. I don't know the exact number, but there are new neighborhoods being built everywhere around Greenville, even within the city on small pieces of land. The density levels are going to rise dramatically for the next census reports. :D

Most definitely!

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Greer continues to roll along, booming in nearly all directions. It has been one of the hottest areas for growth over the past several years and continues to experience a steady increase in population. I am glad city officials have seen the necessity in revitalizing downtown, but I wish more care had been taken to properly plan the suburban growth around it.

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Are Skyliner's and CorgiMatt's articles contradicting? What's really going on in Greer?

Here's an article about Greer getting ready for the 2010 census and its growth: Greer Ready for 2010 Census

Pace said city staff members have confirmed 11,500 addresses in Greer, including 10,200 residential addresses. He anticipates that current residential construction in the city will push the estimated current population to well over 25,000 by the time the 2010 census is completed.

The Census Bureau estimated Greer

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Y'all are really talking about two different things. Nobody can argue about Greer's growth. The issue from the article in February is more related to the national housing issue that is going on. The housing issue won't cause Greer to loose population, though Greer could wind up with some abandoned homes in the process.

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