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North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (November 26, 2014) – Chicora Real Estate, a company comprised of competent Myrtle Beach REALTORS®, proudly named a select number of its Sales Associates as leaders in their respective offices. The announcement identified those REALTORS® within the company who performed admirably for the third quarter of 2014. Sales Associates who excelled in Sales and/or Listings from various branches were chosen. The company’s passion to meet the needs of its clients is clea... read more
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (November 26, 2014) – Coldwell Banker Chicora Real Estate LLC, a respected Myrtle Beach, SC real estate company, recently provided real estate investment tips in an October 24, 2014 article published in The Fiscal Times. They also offered advice on how landlords can maximize the profits generated by their properties. The cost of rent on a national scale rose by 6.5 percent year over year last September. In particular, the cost of rental apartments rose by 6.9 percent. These figur... read more
If you’re in the market for a home along the beautiful coast of South Carolina, you can’t afford to skip Myrtle Beach. The quiet beach destination is filled with charming attractions that would be a dream respite from the busy urban jungle. The city also offers various business centers and new fun events every now and then to keep you engaged. Take your pick among the various beachfront condos to start and end every day with soothing views of SC’s shoreline. The Opportune Moment to Take the L... read more
All your life, you’ve been dreaming of a summer home in an oceanfront location. Now that you’ve probably saved up enough, you find yourself doing a double take at beautiful golf course houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC which isn’t a bad choice. In an article for Myrtle Beach Online, writer Heidi Clute discusses how to work the numbers and what to consider before chasing that dream of owning a second home: In addition to housing costs and interest rates (not to mention your lifestyle preferenc... read more
When people want to move to another place, they can cite a different lifestyle or a new job as one of the reasons for doing do. As Maya Prabhu of Myrtle Beach Online reports, that may not come fast enough. The downtown Myrtle Beach area could look very differently in the future – with distinct areas for family versus young adult entertainment – if the city moves forward with proposals from a panel of experts. The Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment Corp. hired Charleston-based Urban Land Institute t... read more


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