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Archive for October, 2014

VIDEO: Myrtle Beach Housing Trends

Friday, October 31st, 2014

A question everyone along the Grand Strand commonly asks is, “How’s the market doing?” We currently have a pretty stable market here in Myrtle Beach. The inventory for single-family homes is at 7 months, with condos lagging a little behind, as is common during a recovery. We have a healthy balance of new construction right now, but resale inventory is fairly low. Overall, the market is growing at slow and steady pace, which is great news for our area.

Currently, the $300,000 and under range is the sweet spot here in Myrtle Beach. There is a huge demand for homes in that price range, so if you’ve been thinking about selling at that price point, you may be able to generate multiple offers and get a great value for your home. While homes are still selling in other price ranges, our large retirement population and tourism market cause the $300,000 and under range to stay the most active.

If you are looking to sell a high-end home, things are still moving slowly. Inventory is currently pretty high, and fewer homes sell per month than in other price ranges. That’s why it’s important to talk to a real estate professional. We can devise a strategy to help you make it look top notch and sell faster. It may require an aggressive pricing strategy to increase demand, get more firm offers, and get a great value for it.

If you would like to discuss our market in more details, or have need any assistance buying or selling in Myrtle Beach, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We would love to help you make the most of our current market!

VIDEO: This Little-Known Weekend Getaway is Just What You Need

Friday, October 10th, 2014

Many locals from Myrtle Beach like to take a weekend away in Charleston to relax. However, not many people are familiar with Bald Head Island here in North Carolina. It’s only about an hour from Myrtle Beach to Southport, where you’ll take a 20-minute ferry ride to the island. There are three ways to get around once you get there: bike, foot, and golf cart. It’s a fantastic village community – when you’re there, you feel a world away from the Grand Strand.

So, what are you waiting for? Start planning your vacation to this little-known slice of paradise today!