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Holiday Lighting Safety Tips

Posted by Rod Smith on December 28, 2016 in  community  Condos for sale  North Myrtle Beach  Things To Do
With Christmas right around the corner, many people are adorning their homes with colorful lighting and festive decorations. If you're in the process of "decking the halls" yourself, be sure to follow these holiday lighting safety tips to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable Christmas season. * Check all strands of lights (whether old or new) for broken bulbs, loose sockets, bare or frayed wires, and/or loose connections. If you find any damaged strands, discard them right away so that they don'... read more
Living in a tight-knit community can bring all kinds of benefits, as it can create a sense of family and improve the quality of life for all of the neighborhood's residents. Several studies have shown that neighborhoods in which the residents know one another and regularly interact with one another generally experience lower crime rates, as well as stronger schools and higher property values. Below are 4 excellent ways to bond with your neighbors over the holiday season, so that you can fur... read more
So the winter weather is settling in, and while you're bundling up for those blustery days, deep down you're already dreaming about how to plan your sun-soaked Myrtle Beach getaway for next year. Well, if it's any consolation, you're not alone--in fact, more than 15 million people visit the Grand Strand each year. With countless amenities such as pristine beaches, award-winning golf courses, live entertainment, and world-class shopping, it's easy to see how this coveted East Cost hot spot can be a vacationer's... read more
North Myrtle Beach is experiencing an extraordinary growth spurt, and for those who know the area well, it comes as no surprise. After all, the Grand Strand is home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the East Coast, and it's one of the most sought-after shopping, dining and entertainment hubs in the U.S., attracting more than 15 million visitors per year. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area had the second-highest growth rate in the nation from 2014 to 2015, and it has ... read more
The city of Georgetown, South Carolina has a rich and storied history that is only rivaled by its quintessential small town charm. After Charleston and Beaufort, Georgetown is the third oldest city in the state and is the site of one of the oldest European settlements in North America. In 1526, under the leadership of the Spanish explorer Lucas Vazquez de Allyon, the colony of San Miguel de Guadalupe was established in present-day Georgetown but was abandoned shortly thereafter due to a lack of farming sk... read more


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