Don’t Fall In Love With a Home Too Fast: Look Into These Things First

buying a home in York County

When house hunting it can be easy to fall in love with the first house that you truly like. This is especially true if you’ve been looking at homes that haven’t impressed you much. However, be sure to look into the following things before you fall head over heels for a new home: Can you afford it? – Don’t look at it in terms of just the … [Read more...]

Explore the New Open Section of the Carolina Thread Trail

things to do in Fort Mill

The Carolina Thread Trail is working hard to create a network of trails, conservation corridors and blueways that will stretch across 15 different counties in both North Carolina and South Carolina. The newest trail to be opened is the Catawba Indian Nation Greenway Trail. The Carolina Thread Trail provided the Catawba tribe with a grant of $130,000 … [Read more...]

Fort Mill Throws Its Annual Fall Festival on Halloween

events in Fort Mill

There are some great events in York County this fall, but out of all the events being held in the upcoming months, few match the anticipation for the annual Fall Festival held on Halloween in Fort Mill. The Fall Festival is a great way for local organizations to participate in the community while getting some free advertising in as well. Nothing is … [Read more...]

Great Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes in South Carolina

living in Fort Mill

Fall is a great time to be living in Fort Mill, SC. There are all kinds of fall-related events and activities that you can take your entire family to. For example, your kids won’t want to miss out on some of the great pumpkin patches and corn mazes located around South Carolina. The following are a few of the pumpkin patches and corn mazes that you should … [Read more...]

Learn More About York County’s History

York County real estate

If you’re considering investing in York County, SC real estate, then you would probably like to know a little bit about the history of York County. It doesn’t matter where you live, knowing about your home’s background can help you appreciate where you live more. Before European settlement in the 1750s, the area that York County consists of in … [Read more...]