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One of the Best State Parks in the South is in Our Backyard

One of the Best State Parks in the South is in Our Backyard

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 18, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCDo you live in an apartment in Beaufort, SC? If so, don’t miss these beautiful, budget-friendly escapes in our own backyard. These are some of the best State Parks in the South according to Southern Living Magazine.

Huntington Island State Park

Huntington Island, SC

If you’ve been searching for a perfectly picturesque beach—5 miles of it—Hunting Island State Park won’t disappoint. It has even been immortalized in movies like Forrest Gump and G.I. Jane. Take in the full view of the ocean, beach, and marshland by climbing to the top of the Hunting Island Lighthouse; lucky visitors might even snag a reservation at the lighthouse cabin. The island is named for the hunting done here in years past, and today you can still see deer and waterfowl regularly. The endangered loggerhead turtle nests here as well. If you’d like to catch some fresh seafood for dinner, try crabbing or fishing off the pier on Fripp Inlet. Enjoy a cool Atlantic breeze as you swim, boat, or kayak. Bonus: pirate stories. Hunting Island and nearby Beaufort were supposedly layovers for Blackbeard and his “associates.”

Amicalola Falls State Park

Dawsonville, GA

Many a grand adventure has begun under the stone archway at Amicalola Falls State Park as hikers set off onto the legendary 2,190-mile Appalachian Trail. Watching those backpackers begin their treks is one of the highlights of visiting the park. If you’re feeling more inspired by a bit of weekend adventure, Amicalola has plenty to offer. Screaming Eagle Aerial Adventures at Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge features the Zip Line Canopy Tour and suspension bridges for a day of sightseeing and fun, and the GPS Scavenger Hunt allows families to hike while searching for secret spots designed to help kids learn about nature (there’s even a prize at the end). The park’s 3-D Archery course, designed for both amateurs and professionals, teaches basic bow-and-arrow skills and allows students to “hunt” for bears, deer, and more in a virtual course. Don’t miss the view at Amicalola Falls itself. With a 729-foot drop, it’s the highest cascading waterfall east of the Mississippi River and can be reached by trail, stairway, or car.

Cloudland Canyon State Park

Rising Fawn, GA

On the edge of Lookout Mountain sits Cloudland Canyon State Park, home to waterfalls, sandstone cliffs, caves, and creeks just waiting to be explored. This gorgeous spot on the Cumberland Plateau has miles of wonderful trails. Take a short stroll on Overlook Trail, or try the more challenging Waterfalls Trail. Hiking isn’t the only adventure Cloudland Canyon has to offer. Over 30 miles of mountain biking trails and 16 miles of horseback riding trails plus an 18-hole disc golf course and a fishing pond draw hobbyists of all types. Or share a special group experience by booking a cave tour through G3 Adventures. Their family-friendly excursions here and at nearby Pigeon Mountain might get you a little wet and muddy, but they’re experiences you won’t forget. Pick an unusual lodging option (and skip the DIY tent setup) by staying in one of the park’s 10 yurts, circular domed tents that are kept pitched and ready for up to six people.

Hanging Rock State Park

Danbury, NC

Visit the beautiful Sauratown Mountains, called “the mountains away from the mountains” because they’re so close to the Blue Ridge Range but aren’t part of it. This park, created in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), is a lovely place to spend an afternoon. Hiking trails overlook mountains, waterfalls, and a cave. Admire the serenely cascading streams, and take a dip in the pools below. Rent a rowboat or canoe on the 12-acre lake to angle for catfish and bass, or spend the day in a kayak on the Dan River. Rock climbers can take advantage of almost 2 miles of 400-foot-tall cliffs at Moore’s Wall and Cook’s Wall, while mountain bikers will love riding along the rock ledges and streams.

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You Can Stop Looking for Apartments in Ridgeland, SC

You Can Stop Looking for Apartments in Ridgeland, SC

Joseph Coupal - Friday, May 11, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCIf you are looking for an apartment in Ridgeland, SC you are in luck. The Ridgeland, Bluffton areas are one of the greatest places in South Carolina to live. In fact, there is so much to offer here, along with the feel of small town living. Even better, our one bedroom apartments in Ridgeland, SC range from 634 Sq. Ft or 1036 Sq. Ft. Amazing amenities, gorgeous apartments all for an affordable monthly rent.

Auston Chase Apartments are luxurious apartments in Ridgeland. But that is not the only thing that make them a great place to live. Each apartment offers:

  • Signature Kitchens with Maple Cabinets
  • Expansive 9 Foot Ceilings with Crown Molding for a Light, Open Feel
  • Large Inviting Floor Plans
  • Expansive Walk-In Closets
  • Full-Size Washer/Dryer Included
  • Over Sized Garden Tubs
  • 2-Inch Plantation Blinds
  • Screened in patios, additional storage room
  • Relaxing Swimming Pool with Wireless Internet Access
  • State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
  • Pilates/Stretching Room
  • Interactive Club Room with Billiard Table and Lounging Areas
  • Bark Park
  • Outdoor Grilling and Picnic Areas
  • Detached Garages with Remote Access

Auston Chase offers comfort, beauty and luxurious living; a place to live, relax and make friends. We mean it when we say that we are an apartment “community”. We want you to enjoy living here. With all of the apartment amenities we offer our residents, we’re sure you’ll love calling this community Home.

Above all, there is plenty to do and see in Ridgeland and in the surrounding area. For more information, contact Auston Chase Apartments.

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Apartment Hunting in Ridgeland, South Carolina

Apartment Hunting in Ridgeland, South Carolina

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, May 03, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments - SCGet ready to enjoy life at Auston Chase Apartment Homes in Ridgeland, SC. The favorable location in Ridgeland is a great place for those looking for a new home. Featuring 1 to 3 bedroom floorplans, your perfect home is ready for you.

We offer an amenities and features that you'll love. Our apartments in Ridgeland, SC feature 9’ foot ceilings, expansive windows for an abundance of natural light, full-sized washer and dryers, fully equipped kitchens and large walk-in closets. Use our on-site laundry, get all your work done at the community business center, and make washing day easy with washers and dryers in your own place.

Other amenities include: an invigorating zero-entry swimming pool, cutting edge fitness center with advanced cardio and outdoor grilling and gathering areas, reservable storage spaces, guest apartments, and available parking options. These amenities, features and much, much more are waiting for you. We are located within minutes of award winning beach and golf destinations such as Bluffton, Beaufort, Hilton Head and Savannah. Contact Auston Chase Apartment Homes today to reserve your new home. Choose to live life exceptionally.

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Ridgeland, SC is a Perfectly Picturesque Small Town

Ridgeland, SC is a Perfectly Picturesque Small Town

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCThe Palmetto State is full of wonderful little towns that dot the map. Sometimes it seems the big cities in the state get all of the media hype. But in many ways, small towns are the backbone of South Carolina. A list was made of the most picturesque small towns in South Carolina and Ridgeland, SC is on the list.

10. Ridgeland, SC

In the Lowcountry of SC elevation matters. Ridgeland was the highest point between Charleston and Savannah when it was founded after becoming a railway stop between the two cities in 1912. Today it's much more than just a train stop. Ridgeland, pop. est. 4,000, is a growing thriving - and certainly picturesque - community in Jasper County.

For more information on apartments in Ridgeland, SC contact Auston Chase.

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Move to Beaufort, Bluffton, SC and Live Longer

Move to Beaufort, Bluffton, SC and Live Longer

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCTrue South Carolinians know there’s no better place on Earth they’d rather live. And as it turns out, there’s one unique place in South Carolina where people actually live longer than other parts of the state – in some cases, MUCH longer. And while the sought-after state of immortality cannot be achieved on Earth, the residents of Beaufort County are getting closer to it than the rest of the state.

According to recent research figures, the life expectancy of Beaufort County's residents at birth is 81.3 years.

Still another report breaks that down to a life expectancy for males at 79.47 and females at 81.3. The lowest statistics in the state are in Marlboro County for males — who have a life expectancy of 68.96 years. The differences represent a huge disparity. But why are people living so much longer in Beaufort County than other parts of the state?

The statistics include data for Beaufort, Hilton Head Island and Bluffton, as well as all of Beaufort County.

But those three areas are well planned with areas to exercise and relax. But researchers don't attribute those things to making the needle go up for life expectancy. They have some other likely reasons for the uptick in Beaufort County.

Quality of life is only one factor.

Researchers also believe the higher numbers are due in part from the influx of affluent, highly-educated people moving to Beaufort County from other parts of the country.

They also believe that the socioeconomic status of Beaufort County's residents plays a large role. The more money you have, the better access you have to healthcare.

The same is generally true for persons who attain higher levels of education.

While no single factor alone was attributed to the increase in life expectancy, it's easy to see how each could positively affect how long a person lives.

The nationwide study concluded that Beaufort County was one of the top counties in the US to have the highest increase in life expectancy since 1980.

Incidentally, in 1980, the county with the highest life expectancy in South Carolina was Pickens County.

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Should You Move and Rent During Retirement?

Should You Move and Rent During Retirement?

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 30, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCThe choice about where to live in retirement is one of the most crucial decisions that a senior makes. It’s not just a major financial consideration, it’s also a highly emotional issue as a retiree’s home is often the anchor to their golden years.

One needs to think about where to live, how long to stay there, and whether to move later in retirement. There are plenty of justifications for either staying put or moving early in retirement.

There are a few important questions that a senior should ask before deciding whether to stay in their home or to relocate during retirement:

1. Are you making accurate comparisons?

If you stay in your home, you may need to make improvements or renovations in the future to accommodate changing needs. If you move to a new home, you may incur moving expenses. Make sure you are considering total costs in either scenario. Additionally, if you rent, you could be sure to move into the first floor and have an apartment without stairs.

2. Are you open to renting?

It can be hard for retirees who have spent their lives building equity in their homes—and being taught about the virtues of homeownership—to become renters. But renting a home in a city before buying can give retirees a chance to really know if it’s the place they want to spend retirement. Moreover, the cost of ownership in many locations actually exceeds the cost of renting, so it may be prudent to consider this option for both short- and long-term possibilities.

3. Where will you have access to important services?

Every consumer looks into the quality of restaurants, supermarkets and other day-to-day retail offerings when scouting out a possible new residential location. Seniors must be especially concerned about practical considerations such as the number of nearby physicians, convenient transportation, and community centers with programs for seniors.

4. Would you prefer to age in place or have a change of scenery?

Many people dream about moving to some exotic location for their golden years, but the truth is that 85 percent of retirees stay in the area where they raised their families, according to Realtor.com. Weigh the pros and cons of aging in place versus charting a new course.

For more information on apartments in Ridgeland, SC contact Auston Chase.

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Three Reasons to Rent a Home in Retirement

Three Reasons to Rent a Home in Retirement

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 22, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCHomeownership and retirement don't always mesh. Here's why you might consider renting as a senior instead.

Though owning a home has long been hailed as the American Dream, that's not necessarily the case when it comes to retirement. Since 1990, homeownership has declined among 55-64 year-olds, and experts expect this trend to continue in the coming years.

Before you prepare to live out your senior years as a homeowner, here are a few reasons to consider renting instead.

1. Your housing costs will be fixed

The problem with homeownership is that even in the absence of a mortgage payment, you still face countless unknown costs. Your property taxes, for example, could go up significantly if you have a year when your home is reassessed. Similarly, as your home ages, your regular maintenance costs could easily go from manageable to downright astronomical.

There are repairs to consider -- problems that aren't expected, but rather pop up suddenly and constitute a huge financial burden. Do you really want to deal with those when you're on a fixed income?

When you rent a home, you're locked into the same monthly payment regardless of whether the roof starts to leak or the heater needs repairs. If the local lawn service raises its rates one year to cut the grass, that's not your problem. Of course, the downside of renting is that your landlord could raise your monthly payments once your lease expires -- but if that happens, you could always find a new home or try to negotiate.

2. Owning may not help much from a tax perspective

One benefit of being a homeowner is getting to deduct the interest on your mortgage, thus saving you money on taxes. But if you're coming into retirement mortgage-free, which is the case for the majority of homeowners 65 and over, then that benefit no longer exists.

3. You'll get more flexibility

The beauty of being retired is not being tied to a job, or that job's location. This means that if you want to pick up and move to a state with warmer weather or get closer to your grandchildren, you're free to do so -- provided your home isn't holding you back.

As a renter, you have the option to leave your home once your lease ends, or, in many cases, break your lease prematurely with a reasonable bit of notice. Selling a home, by contrast, could take months, and there are numerous expenses you might encounter along the way. You may therefore be better off unloading your home prior to retirement and buying yourself that added leeway later in life.

Now this isn't to say that renting a home in retirement is always the right move. But, it pays to think about the benefits of renting at a time in your life when you're no longer bringing home a steady paycheck.

For more information on apartments in Ridgeland, SC, contact Auston Chase.

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Living the Good Life in Ridgeland, SC

Living the Good Life in Ridgeland, SC

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 15, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCChase the Good Life at Auston Chase Apartment Homes. Located in charming Ridgeland, SC and just minutes from Bluffton, Hilton Head and Beaufort. Auston Chase represents a fresh perspective in apartment home living. Located close to award winning destinations like Hilton Head and Beaufort, South Carolina, Auston Chase features upscale lifestyle offerings and easy access to dining, entertainment and area amenities.

Auston Chase offers spacious floor plans with 9'foot ceilings, expansive windows for abundance of natural light, large clubhouse with Internet cafe and many luxury features that include an invigorating zero-entry pool, cutting edge fitness center with advanced cardio and outdoor grilling and gathering areas. Chase the Good Life at Auston Chase!

Auston Chase Apartment Homes is located in Ridgeland, South Carolina in the 29936 zip code. This apartment community was built in 2009 and has 3 stories with 300 units.

For more information on apartments in Ridgeland, SC contact Auston Chase.

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4 Reasons It Can Be Better to Rent a Home

4 Reasons It Can Be Better to Rent a Home

Joseph Coupal - Friday, March 09, 2018

To some, answering the classic question “is it better to rent or buy?” is easy.

But owning a home isn’t the best move for everyone. For those weighing renting vs. buying, here are a few reasons why renting can be the better choice.

1. You want maximum flexibility

With renting comes the flexibility to stay put for a few months or years without paying much more than a monthly payment. If your job requires you to move every few years or if you’re unsure how long you’ll be in one place, it can make much more sense to rent. The upfront costs of a home purchase can set you back financially if you move too soon after buying.

You might also consider renting if the neighborhood isn’t one you’re set on.

2. Buying is out of reach financially

The price tag on a home can be discouraging, especially if space is important. Some families with kids can’t afford to buy a home in the area they want that’s of similar size and space as the house they rent.

3. You want to avoid maintenance and other added costs

When you rent, your landlord typically has to fix structural defects or other problems such as plumbing or wiring, but once you’re an owner, maintenance and repairs are your responsibility. Shukla in San Jose says upkeep is one of the more surprising things he’s had to invest time and money into since becoming a homeowner.

Many do not factor in the costs of maintaining a home. Maintenance, upgrades, property tax, insurance all add up to additional costs per month beyond the mortgage.

4. Other priorities top homeownership

Location, particularly in relation to work or family, might play a large role in whether you choose to rent instead of buy. Mandel and her husband, for instance, knew they wanted to be close to their extended family in the area.

About 42% of renters believe their housing situation lets them live in a more convenient location, according to a 2012 Fannie Mae survey. Among millennials, most prefer city living, and two-thirds of these young adults are renters, according to a 2014 Nielsen report.

Buying a home is not a rational financial decision. It’s an emotional lifestyle decision that has financial ramifications.

If buying doesn’t fit into your lifestyle and financial situation, renting might be the better choice.

For more information on apartments in Ridgeland, SC contact Auston Chase.

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Livin' in South Carolina is Easy

Livin' in South Carolina is Easy

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 01, 2018

Auston Chase Apartments, Ridgeland, SCThere's a place for everyone in the Palmetto State, and plenty to pique any area of interest

Living in South Carolina comes with dozens of advantages – a mild climate, an affordable cost of living and plenty of job opportunities, just to name a few. Residents enjoy an unparalleled quality of life that makes putting down roots in the Palmetto State an easy choice.

In addition, the state is filled with diverse cities and communities that cater to nearly every interest, which means there’s a perfect place for just about everyone.

Top Spots for All Ages and Stages of Life

Charleston is a favorite destination for millennials, thanks to its technology-driven, entrepreneurial economy, as well as its wide variety of nightlife and cuisine options. Also drawing millennials are Greenville and Rock Hill; formerly dominated by the textile industry, both cities now offer thriving downtowns and are within easy reach of many of the state’s top employers.

Finally, South Carolina is also a top choice for retirees, as it lays claim to places like Bluffton, Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach, each known for fun in the sun, excellent golf courses and plenty of natural beauty. Another great retirement destination is Beaufort, a charming town in the Lowcountry with a 304-acre National Historic District.

Always Something Fun to Do

The Palmetto State is known for its can’t-miss culinary scene, which includes an array of barbecue joints. Known to many as the birthplace of American barbecue, South Carolina is the only state in the U.S. that has four official barbecue sauces, including a mustard-based sauce that is unique to the state. A free South Carolina BBQ Trail Map with more than 220 family-friendly restaurants is available for those who wish to try every 'cue variety the state has to offer.

Additionally, South Carolina is home to several craft breweries, wineries and other beverage-makers, creating drinks like sweet tea and Blenheim Ginger Ale. As a result, the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism – also known as Discover South Carolina – recently created the free South Carolina Satisfy Your Thirst Tour Guide that maps out a beverage-centric excursion across the state and is available via a smartphone app and a downloadable map.

Eager to enjoy the great outdoors? You’re in luck. South Carolina has a seemingly endless range of outdoor opportunities, including challenging golf courses, pristine beaches, mountains and state parks.

One of the best attributes of South Carolina is the size of the state. One can experience the Lowcountry and in the same day travel to the Upstate and have a very different experience. From our numerous outdoor activities and offerings to our unique art scene, diverse culture, delicious cuisine and rich history, the state truly has something for everyone.

For more information on apartments in Ridgeland, SC, contact Auston Chase.

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Abberly Chase Apartment Homes

59 Summerlake Circle, Ridgeland, SC 29936

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