The most recent U.S. Census Bureau’s annual population estimates reveal that Greenville, NC is on the rise.  Based on the Bureau’s figures, as of July 1, 2007, Greenville has passed Asheville and Jacksonville—ranking Greenville, NC as the 10th largest city in the state of North Carolina. With a population of 76,058, Greenville has increased 3.4% over the 2006 Bureau figures.

In 2006 the U.S. Census Bureau figures showed that Greenville had the second fastest growth for a municipality of more than 40,000—second behind Cary, NC.  This year, Bureau statistics reveal that Greenville is the fifth fastest growing city behind Huntersville—with a growth rate of 9.1%, Cary—with a growth rate of 7.2%, Raleigh—with a growth rate of 4.2% and Concord—with a growth rate of 3.8%.

Much of Greenville’s growth is due to the increasing interest in Greenville, NC as a desirable relocation destination because of the city’s variety of attractive characteristics. To learn more about relocating to Greenville, NC, please contact The Pistol Tingen Real Estate Team at (252) 321-6161.