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Condos For Sale In Jackson Are Hot As The City In The Heart Of South Modernizes

Mississippi is located in the heart of the Deep South, and its capital city Jackson is situated just hours away from other major city centers too – like New Orleans, Atlanta, Birmingham, and Nashville. Unlike those places, Jackson boasts a lower cost of living, alongside increasingly modern and trendy amenities. For anyone looking to purchase a Jackson, Mississippi condo for sale, now might be the time to take the plunge as the real estate market there starts to heat up.

There are lots of great little towns across the state, like Gulfport and Biloxi on the coast. Jackson is in the middle of the state and home to a very diverse, young, and active population. The state’s only teaching medical institution is located in Jackson, so there are always new people shuffling in and out of the city, taking advantage of the area’s numerous bars, gyms, and restaurants. The relatively mild climate makes the state a relatively easy place to adapt to, and the plentiful rainfall means the geography is overflowing with beautiful plant and animal life.

The state is known for its rich history of Blues music, hearty soul food, and appreciation of nature and the outdoors. The state is complex, with both disadvantages and advantages to lifestyle, but is a perfectly suitable place for a young homeowner or a new family.


Mississippi’s history is certainly complex and nuanced. During the first half of the 19th century, the state’s economy was largely based on plantations, and it became one of the top cotton producers in the nation.The institution of slavery was widespread in the state. And, after the American Civil War, Mississippi’s economy essentially tanked, because of the abolition of slavery. To this day Mississippi has long grappled with a legacy of racism and poverty. But, many younger people are staying in the capital of Jackson, which has a thriving and large hospital. Thought leaders are also actively working to correct the wrongs of the past by investing in new amenities and services. In 2017 for example, the state opened a large Civil Rights Museum in Jackson. In 2020, the state finally replaced its official flag in an effort to showcase how it’s reconciling with its past. Hinds County, which is the land surrounding the capital, was ceded to the state by the Choctaw Tribe. Before it was named capital of Mississippi in the 1820s, Jackson was a trading post. During the Civil War, Jackson was a major site in the battle. It was occupied twice and burned to ashes. The city had to go through a revival process after that, which was sped up by the arrival of railroads in the 1880s and natural gas fields in the 1930s. The state is still largely agricultural. But today, Jackson is a major distribution and transportation center in the South, and it’s home to several top-notch universities. A Hinds county condo would be located in the modern business center of the state, would be affordable, and have a lot to offer a new resident in Mississippi.

Things to do in Jackson

Belhaven is one of Jackson’s oldest neighborhoods, and it’s filled with beautiful historical homes. After the Civil War, much of Jackson was decimated. So many residents moved into the northern parts of the city to rebuild. The area is filled with generational families as well as young students, who are attending Belhaven University.

Belhaven is filled with a number of great restaurants including a popular Greek eatery called Kiefers, The Manship Wood Fired Kitchen, and The Pizza Shack. Belhaven also has some popular bars, like Fenian’s Pub – an authentic Irish Pub. Belhaven has one of the main theaters in Jackson. And one of the shining parts of Belhaven is an old 20th century mansion that now serves as a bed and breakfast, called Fairview Inn. The Inn also has a luxury bar, called the Library, which features drinks named after famous Southern Gothic writers. In fact, the famous writer, Eudora Welty, lived in Belhaven, and her house is now a museum. Many students who move to the neighborhood have invested in a Belhaven condo and are happy with being so close to so many unique and interesting businesses.

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Jackson demographics

Mississippi is a fairly diverse state. There are large pockets of Asian, Hispanic, and Black communities across the state. For example, the coastal areas of Mississippi are home to many Vietnamese people that moved here after the Vietnam War. There are also descendants of Chinese immigrants in the Delta area, who migrated to Mississippi after working in California as farm laborers.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Mississippi’s 3 million people is about 57% white alone, 38% Black, less than 1% indigenous, about 1% Asian, and 4% Hispanic. So, Mississippi has one of the largest Black populations in the country. The population also tends to lean more middle-aged, with the majority of people sitting between the ages of 18 and 65.

Arts in Jackson

The downtown neighborhood of Fondren in Jackson is a hip and up-and-coming area that still looks like a flashback into the olden days. Old, colorful 1950s style buildings still line the main street through this neighborhood. There are coffee shops like Cups and The Bean, which have beautiful areas to catch up with friends or get some work done. Obviously, there’s also amazing Southern soul food, with places like Mama Hami’s-All You Can Eat Southern Soul Food Restaurant and The Pig & Pint. In terms of activities, there’s the beautiful Mississippi Museum of Art and a state science museum as well. There’s also the renowned Civil Rights Museum in Jackson. A condo in Fondren would be next to all this action and would still be quite affordable.

Schools in Jackson

Mississippi has a lot to offer to newcomers. Although it’s highly nuanced in its history in culture, there are also many advantages for all types of property investors. For those that would like to relax along the beach, there are tons of Mississippi Gulf Coast condos for sale. For those that would like a little more action, the city of Jackson has a lot of activities and amenities to choose from. As the city modernizes, there are also a ton of properties that are popping up and that will be hot on the real estate market. More importantly, they are all highly reasonable in price. The state has wonderful parks to see like Tishomingo State Park and LeFleur’s Bluff State Park. And, families that move to Hinds County and the city of Jackson have many options for activities that can include the kids – like the state’s science and art museums. Some notable landmarks to see in the state include the Vicksburg National Military Park, which is just about an hour away from Jackson

Why Jackson?

Mississippi is constantly evolving and becoming more modern, so now might be the time to find a real estate company that has your best interests in mind and take the plunge.


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