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As a landlord, have you ever encountered…
Too much vacancy?
Difficulty selecting a quality tenant?
Trouble finding quality maintenance vendors?
Dealing with pets and service animals?
Tenants not paying rent?
Not charging competitive market rent?
These are some of the challenges that rental owners tell us they are facing when they come to us for help with their rental property.
- Do you want to earn more money each year from your North Charleston rental property?
- Do you want to spend less money overall on repairs and maintenance?
- Do you want to eliminate the hassle of dealing with tenants?
We’re here to take the headaches out of property management. Let our team at New Heights Property Management in Summerville, South Carolina bring you the peace of mind that you deserve - we have helped thousands of rental owners throughout Charleston, Berkeley & Dorchester Counties.
About North Charleston
As the third-largest city in South Carolina, North Charleston has grown into a thriving metropolis featuring a performing arts center, a 14,000-seat coliseum, popular museums, and abundant shopping. North Charleston, with a population of 80,000 people and covering more than 76 square miles, attracts many new residents.
Incorporated in 1972, the city of North Charleston was mostly plantations from the 1600s until the Civil War. It was just seven square miles with a population of 21,000. From the War to the early 20th Century, this area north of the historic city of Charleston was filled with phosphate fertilizer plants and strip mining. The United States Navy Shipyard was established in 1901, followed by the world's largest asbestos mill built by the General Asbestos and Rubber Company.
In 1912, the Park Circle development was designed with areas designated for industrial, commercial and residential usage. An original concept, Park Circle was one of two English Garden-style city model communities in the country. Many of North Charleston's streets are still named after some of the Charleston businessmen who formed the development.
When the area's residents became disheartened with the North Area's development throughout World War II to the 1960s, the South Carolina Supreme Court declared North Charleston its own city. John E. Bourne Jr. was the first mayor.
North Charleston has seen tremendous growth rate. Its close proximity to Downtown Charleston and Mount Pleasant makes North Charleston a popular area for renters to settle.