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Most young urban professionals are quite ambitious as they step into the real world. Along with all their aspirations in life are having their own car and home, which they can proudly say they truly earned; however, given that they have many goals to accomplish, purchasing a house is easier said than done as these properties come with sky-high price tags.   Fortunately, Myrtle Beach, SC real estate professionals sympathize with first-time homebuyers, thus presenting housing options to clients that ... read more
When it comes to residing in a particular property, people have two options wherein they may opt to purchase the property or just lease it for a certain period—depending on their needs. Regardless of the option that they choose, both methods come with a great amount of expenditure, thus making them a huge and serious investment.   The South Carolina Association of Realtors expounded on their findings regarding the effect of high mortgage rates to the sales of houses. They emphasized that in spite of th... read more
According to a report by digital media center WLTX19, “South Carolina housing professionals say the housing market in our state in improving.” Danny Glenn, a licensed real estate agent since 1974, had this to say regarding the market: "It's been healthy, it's been better, it's been stronger, but it's not a huge influx. It's just kind of a steady healthy growth." He also said that 2015 looks to be a good year as well.   This is good news for professional Myrtle Beach realtors, further backed up by... read more
Columbia-based weekly Free Times reports that, “It might come as a surprise to some, but South Carolina was ranked as one of the top destinations to move to in 2014, according to two moving company reports cited by the Columbia Regional Business Report.” Nationally, South Carolina ranked number 2, with 61 percent of moves being inbound. There is also promise for houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC as it set a record for volume in single-family home sales in 2014.   According to another ... read more
Homebuyers have likely been told that renting out a house is more practical than buying one, given the continuous real estate price hikes that have occurred.   Down in the Palmetto State, though, it’s an entirely different story. Although the median price of homes for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC rose 4.4 percent to $190k from January to November of 2013, sales were up 7.5 percent compared to a year earlier. In addition, the homes sold for 94 percent of their original asking price in November; a good... read more


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