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Myrtle Beach, SC is famous for being a great vacation destination, located as it is in the Grand Strand—the 60-mile stretch of unbroken sandy beaches—as well as being close to two national parks. For many potential homebuyers, settling into this place is a no-brainer because of its beautiful landscape and its active cultural and entertainment facilities. Whether it is a house you are going to live in or you’ll just be renting it out, buying town houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC will be a g... read more
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Things All Homeowners Should Know

Posted by Rod Smith on January 30, 2017 in  Home for sale  home seller  homeowners association
Owning a home is a huge responsibility, but there are quite a few "tricks of the trade" that can make home ownership a much easier affair all the way around. Below are some important tips and ideas that every homeowner should be aware of in order to get the most out of their number-one investment.  1. A poorly insulated attic can wreak havoc on your heating and cooling costs. If you look into your attic and see missing, damaged or sparse insulation (e.g., less than 6 inches in thickness), ... read more
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Whether you're looking for a vacation getaway or want to live here full time, there are many reasons to consider the new condos for sale in Myrtle Beach SC. Many buyers assume that they'll want a single family home but change their minds once they consider all the benefits condo life has to offer. Easy to Maintain In most condos you are responsible for maintaining the interior of your home, but the outside maintenance falls to the homeowner's association (HOA). This means you can enjoy the luxury of a sw... read more
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It’s Your Dime, It’s Worth Your Time!

by Ethan Carney
Posted by Wendy Martin, Relocation Director on May 15, 2013 in  Coldwell Banker Chicora  community  homeowners association  Myrtle Beach  property management
Homeowner and Condominium Associations are comprised of owners with a wide variety of skill sets and vast experiences in a multitude of areas. As a Community Association Manager, I have the responsibility and opportunity of attending many meetings with the Association’s Board of Directors; many of those meetings include additional members of the Association. A seemingly common misconception is that the members of the Board of Directors are “Iron Fisted Czars” doling out rules, regulations, violati... read more
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As a member and resident of a homeowners association, I attend an occasional meeting of the Board of Directors to better understand the administration and operation of my community.  Board meetings are open to the membership and the Board will often take questions from those attending.  Boards also distribute information such as meeting minutes, audits and newsletters in the spirit of openness.  We all expect that. There are times when I prefer to view other association documents held in the office o... read more
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