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Almost Home is a proud member of The Corporate Housing Providers Association (CHPA), the association worldwide for the industry of corporate housing. We’ve been a member since 2003.

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Summerville SC Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments

Almost Home offers a wide variety of Summerville, SC corporate housing options for every short or long term furnished apartment need you may have. Contact us today to receive a temporary housing quote customized just for you in your desired area of the city.

Summerville Corporate Housing – First Time in the Area

We wish to help familiarize potential newcomers to life in Summerville and therefore provide the following informative summary of various aspects of this city. Take a few moments to acquire the knowledge of a long-time resident before you arrive.


Those staying in corporate housing in Summerville, SC for business reasons might appreciate some information about the city’s business environment. Summerville is a fairly quiet town when compared with other bustling metropolises of the south. It has been voted as one of the best places to retire by Money Magazine. And, indeed the community is one that is aging. Businesses here are typically set up to serve the residential community and other small B2B companies. There is some economy founded on the healthcare sector, as well as retail services, food and maintenance. The economy is fairly stable with little growth to speak of, but whatever little they have, is marked by consistency. The economy is resilient to the swings of the rest of the country. With the arrival of the local Wal-Mart Super center, a number of local stores were forced to shutter their business because they were not able to compete with Wal-Mart’s pricing.