Relocating to South Central Virginia
Welcome to South Boston! A quaint small town filled with southern charm, explore the tight-knit community and a rich historical past that South Boston has to offer. Whether you're relocating from across the state or across the country, it's easier than ever to find your place here — just use this Virginia relocation guide!
Why Should You Relocate to Virginia?
Tons of Activities
With tons of historical locations, bustling Downtown scenes, and an active arts and culture atmosphere, South Central Virginia has a lot to offer for residents of all ages!
From charming and affordable farmhouses to stunning and luxurious custom home, there's a place and a neighborhood for every buyer in South Boston!
Home-Buying Made Easy
Whether it's your first home or your tenth, you'll find buying a home in South Central, VA to be more than manageable!
Featured South Central Virginia Homes for Sale
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South Boston at a Glance
Downtown South Boston to...
- Downtown Halifax: 11 min
- Downtown Danville: 49 min
- Richmond: 2 hr 4 min
- South Boston Median Price: $114,700
- Halifax Median Price: $109,200
- Cluster Springs Median Price: $96,100
- Scottsburg Median Price: $88,100
Communities of South Central Virginia
South Boston is in the heart of South-Central Virginia, an area known for its quiet rural communities. New to the area? Choose a community below to find homes for sale, local attractions, and helpful real estate resources.
Popular Home Features
I know the Greater Central Virginia area like the back of my hand, so I can help you find your dream home in the countryside. Call me at 434-575-5263 or choose a popular search option below to get started.
"Sharon falls into our top category of “Best of the Best”
We have purchased eleven houses over the past 40 years due to our military life as well as working for a company that transferred us to new areas after military retirement. Needless to say, we have had many realtors for each of these transactions. Not all realtors are the same and have compassion for the buyer’s wishes. Sharon understood what our needs and wants were and gave us her undivided attention. She was always available when we called, scheduled houses for us to look at, and gave us important information on each property so we were well informed. This process took several months and Sharon was always patient with our situation. Once we found our house, we ran into several roadblocks. Sharon was on top of all of these issues, taking the steps needed so we could finalize and close. Of all the realtors we have used over the years, Sharon falls into our top category of “Best of the Best”. If we should ever decide to sell, Sharon will be our choice of realtors.
- Barb & Bruce
Helpful Relocation Tips
With the right resources and the right real estate professional on your side, you'll have the keys to your country home in no time. Follow these tips to make your move as easy as possible.
Plan Your Move Ahead of Time
Begin planning for your relocation at least a month or two before your move. The sooner you can pack and coordinate with the moving company, the better. During this stage, be sure to...
- Stock up on packing materials — boxes, tape, packing peanuts, and bubble wrap are great choices
- Start small — begin packing one room at a time so you don't get overwhelmed
- Be selective about what you pack — host a yard sale to get rid of any unused items, or consider donating to a local charity
- Review all moving documents before signing — this is vital if you are planning to use professional movers
As Moving Day Approaches
In the days and weeks leading up to your move, finish packing all of your belongings into boxes. Don't forget to...
- Label everything — consider marking each box by the room it belongs to
- Pack fragile items last — be sure to wrap glassware in bubble wrap, towels, or winter clothing for extra protection
During the Move
On Moving Day, keep as much important information within reach as possible. That way, you'll have easy access to the essentials if you need to get to them quickly. Be sure to...
- Prepare an "essentials bag" — this can include a change of clothes, paperwork, medications, and a phone charger
- Make an "open me first" box — pack items like toilet paper, instant coffee, and a sleeping bag or inflatable mattress just in case you beat the moving truck to your new home
- Wait to unpack — once you arrive to your new home, take the time to clean your home while it's empty
Relocate to Virginia with an Expert
South Boston, Danville, and other Southern Middle Virginia communities offer no shortage of beautiful country properties. As your local real estate expert, I can help you find your dream home quickly and easily. Connect with me and let's talk about your home buying plans.