From the 3500 foot heights of Sassafras Mountain, down to the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina is known as a beautiful state. Like its neighbor, North Carolina, the state was named after King Charles II of England. That colonial history is not forgotten, but the state lives very much in the present. South Carolina provides a high percentage of the tobacco produced in America, as well as dairy products, soybeans, and hogs. Heavy machinery manufacture, textiles, paper, and tourism are among the state's other industries. South Carolina, with around 4 million inhabitants, ranks 24th in population. Home prices vary, ranging from over $330,000 near the seacoast and in the southern counties, to below $144,000 in the north of the state. The market is thriving and there couldn't be a better time to find a mortgage that suits your finances.
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