New Homes For Sale in Simpsonville, SC – $300,000 – $400,000

    New Homes for Sale in Simpsonville SC Under 400k

    By narrowing down your search for a new construction home that fit your price range, you’ll save time. It’s wiser to buy a new home you can easily afford than buy a new construction home that would stretch your budget.  When you find a Simpsonville new home that really piques your interest, just click the link to access in-depth information about that particular property including property description, photos, location, and virtual tour. If you may want to request further information or schedule a showing to preview the Simpsonville new construction home, just send us a message using our contact form or call us at 855-473-9976.

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    david hamlinReviewing the market from Columbus Ohio, I was contacted by Anna Catron with an invitation to provide support based on my schedule and needs. Over the course of 6 months, we periodically touched base. There was no pressure or commitment, just a desire to provide support and knowledge of the area. Anna was a resource beyond purchasing a home, as we decided to rent for 6-10 months. (she provided some names of contacts to reach out to for rental properties). Her “no pressure” approach was…
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