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A condominium unit is a potentially viable asset, so even if financial realities prompt you to look into buying something small but still quite feasible, why not invest in a studio apartment? Writing for U.S. News and World Report, Niccole Shreck said that people looking to start over in a new place can actually save on rental fees by investing in a studio place. The sound potential of studio apartments can set off the radar of property seekers in Myrtle Beach. The city already has a brewing urban developme... read more
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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
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When you’re checking out available houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC, it can be tempting to just put down your money for the first house that catches your eye. It can be a seaside home with a great view of the beach or a traditional bungalow that just charmed you when you saw it. That said, here are some mistakes that you should avoid  Not Having Professional Help It is possible for you to go out and buy your house on your own. The problem is you’ll have to do all the heavy lifting yourself... read more
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When it comes to selling a home, first impressions are critical because they are often what influences the decision to buy or not. Curb appeal will draw them into the home, then staging like the way it’s done by experienced brokers at Coldwell Banker Chicora Real Estate ought to do the rest. HGTV offers staging tips that could give added value and help sell homes for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC. Make the exterior stand out Here’s how to catch buyers’ attention using traffic-stopping color. Pain... read more
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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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