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Why live in Moncks Corner SC?
Dated: October 30 2020
When moving people usually ask themselves why should I live there? Wherever there is, it is a normal progression in change. Today we will focus on Moncks Corner, SC. Berkeley County SC is one of the largest counties in the State and to make things better it isn’t as densely populated as the other counties in the tri-county area, full of forest and marsh. According to liveability.com Moncks Corner SC, has a median income is $50, 527 and the median home value is 198,863.
The working population isnt blue-collar or white-collar careers, but a healthy mix of both; overall the workforce is sales, office workers, and service providers. Moncks Corner is the County seat to Berkeley County, SC.
Out of the estimated 2,103 households 40.6% have children, and any parent of grandparent I know when looking for a new area to live is concerned about playmates for their little ones, for proper social development. The city’s history has origin from French settlements from 1864 when many took refuge here from religious persecution. Moncks Corner is on the intercoastal water way nestled on the Santee Canal, and is known for its abundance in fishing, camping, horseback riding, hiking and water sports.
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Rick & Angie Decker are realtors with Local Homes and Land Real Estate serving the tri-county area. When the next chapter of your life starts, we are here to help you through it. Call or email us today to start your journey.
Rick and Angie Decker work together as The Decker Team and they specialize in both Commercial and Residential real estate.. Angie entered real estate part time in 2016 while also working as an Operati....
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