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How to buy a home
Learn how to go from renting to owning your home.

How to Go from Renting to Owning a Home!


The City of Greenville and the Greenville County Human Relations Commission will host public workshops on February 23 and February 28 to help you and your family make your dreams of homeownership a reality. At the workshops, a homeownership team will discuss the home buying process, including housing affordability, credit, mortgage qualifications, etc.. Door prizes and a light meal will be provided. For more information, please call 864-467-7095.

Environmental Justice
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Brownfields Task Force Luncheon - Environmental Justice


The City of Greenville’s Brownfields Task Force will host a Lunch and Learn on March 16 at noon at the Kroc Center in Greenville. The luncheon will include a special presentation by Representative Harold Mitchell, Jr. of Spartanburg District 31 on "Environmental Justice." For more information, contact Ashlee Tolbert at 864-467-4567.

Genesis Homes Receives Award from Greenville Chamber


Genesis Homes is the 2016 recipient of the Greenville Chamber's Max Heller Neighborhood Improvement Award, sponsored by BlueCross Blueshield of South Carolina. Genesis Homes was recognized for its outstanding work in the development of affordable housing opportunities and neighborhood revitalization efforts in Greenline-Spartanburg and other neighborhoods.

Genesis Homes and the City of Greenville have worked together to address public infrastructure and housing conditions in the Greenline-Spartanburg neighborhood, and through this public-private partnership,19 new homes have been constructed. Additionally, more than 1/4-mile of public infrastructure has been replaced and constructed to ensure additional 20 more homes are constructed in the future.

Photo of house in Mt. Eustis corner
Come take a look at the Mt. Eustis development in Greenline-Spartanburg.

Mt. Eustis Corners 


The City of Greenville, in partnership with Genesis Homes and Quinn Satterfield, Inc., is providing homeownership opportunities in the Mt. Eustis Corners development.  Nestled in the heart of the Greenline-Spartanburg community and close to downtown, these new homes will feature:

  • Floor plans with 700+ square feet
  • 2-3 bedrooms, 1-2 bathrooms
  • Large front porches
  • Energy efficient construction
  • Convenient access to Greenlink bus transportation
  • Prices from the low $100,000s
  • Financial  incentives for eligible buyers

For more information or to submit an application, visit Community Development online or call 864-467-4570.  

GAP Grant Highlights


The Green Avenue Area Civic Association is excited about its Grant Assistance Partnership (GAP) project, which included adding an ADA accessible picnic table and walking path to the green space in the park area. The picnic area will be an additional place for residents to gather in the park for neighborhood fellowship. The concrete walkway has already been installed and the picnic table is scheduled to be installed in the spring.

GAP funding is made available by the City of Greenville and Greenville County Redevelopment Authority through their Community Development Block Grant programs, which are funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), along with funds from the United Way of Greenville County. The GAP program provides grant awards to neighborhood associations that are seeking positive community development through various initiatives, projects and programs. For more information on the GAP program, call 864-467-4567.

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