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Cost of Living

The ACCRA Cost of Living Index is a comparison of the cost of living in more than 300 cities and areas across the country. Listed below are just a few examples of how Myrtle Beach compares to the rest of the nation, based upon data collected in 2007. A composite index score of 100 is the national average. Read More...

 

Driving Distances

Check out this reference for driving distances from Myrtle Beach's most popular travel originations.
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Education

With both public and private schools, two universities, a technical college and several trade schools, the Myrtle Beach/Grand Strand area offers a wide diversity of educational choices for all ages. Read More...

 

Higher Education

For higher education options, the Grand Strand provides two universities, a technical college and several trade schools. The schools offer a variety of programs, degrees and learning environments that allow students to earn a degree or craft a new career. Degrees range from marine science to culinary arts while learning options run the gamut from Internet-based classes to weekend courses. Read More...

 

Health Care

There are numerous choices for health care in the Grand Strand area. Read More...

 

Licenses and Registrations

Once you're relocated, here's a few more items to add to your things to do list! Read More...

 

Local Government and Taxes

The Grand Strand stretches along 60 miles of coastline from Horry County’s
northern border at Little River southward into Georgetown County’s Pawleys Island. Read More...

 

Local Transportation

Although most people who come to Myrtle Beach arrive by car, there are other avenues...with more on the way! Read More...

 

Public Safety

Important Emergency Services contact information. Read More...

 

State and Local Laws

Myrtle Beach enjoys a reputation as a fun and safe family resort. It's important that everybody understands the attached local laws so we can keep that reputation. Read More...

 

Utilities

The Myrtle Beach area encompasses a large land area and multiple communities. For major utility suppliers. Read More...

 

Weather

Year-round residents know the Myrtle Beach area is blessed with four delightful seasons! We average 215 sunny days each year. The wettest months are August and September, the driest are April and November. Information below for water and air temperatures is based on more than 30 years of data. Precipitation based on three years of data. Source: SC Climatology Office. Read More...

 


Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. It has been compiled from various resources and edited for presentation by The Hoffman Group.

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The Hoffman Group
2200 Premier Resorts Boulevard
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: 1-877-671-5024

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