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Rental properties can either be a place to hang your hat, or a nice way to make a little bit of income. What better place to do either than the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area. Whether you are looking for a property to rent, or own a rental yourself that needs management; Myrtle Beach Real Estate is hear to help you through every step. With years of experience in the area and an extremely friendly approach to business, we are the perfect choice for you. We are on call 24/7 and are waiting eagerly to assist you in our needs. New to the area and looking for a place to stay? No problem. Our reach extends to all areas of the Myrtle beach including Conway, Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet, Surfside, South Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, etc. You can contact us at 843-477-1777 or go online to our website at Cant wait to hear from you!


South Myrtle Beach Homes for Sale

South Myrtle Beach Homes for Sale

The South end of the Myrtle Beach area consists of the towns: Surfside Beach, Garden City, Murrells Inlet, and Pawleys Island. This end of Myrtle Beach is more family oriented with less high rise condominiums and a more laid back atmosphere. The restaurants are fabulous and Murrells Inlet is the home of the famous Marsh Walk.There is nothing better than enjoing a couple drinks under the sunset at the character friendly bars of Murrells Inlet and Surfside. The Marsh Walk is a boardwalk along the marshes in Murrells Inlet and has great shops, restaurants and bars along the way. A new favorite of visitors is the new Celebrations Theatre where you can see your favorite cover bands and artists perform classic hits. It goes without saying that the best fishing is off South Myrtle Beaches famous piers. So when you think of Myrtle Beach, don’t forget the beautiful towns along the south strand. You can get in contact with us if you are interested in getting a home or a home away from home in South Myrtle Beach by going onto our website at or by calling us at 843-477-1777. We have an agent on duty 24/7

Myrtle Beach SC Homes for Sale

Looking for the perfect beach house? Wanting to find some Myrtle Beach SC Homes for Sale? Look no further than Myrtle Beach Real Estate. Combined with reliable agents and a stable market, Myrtle Beach is the ideal spot for your vacation or living needs. Whats better than waking up to the sound of sea breeze and the crash of waves? Horry County offers affordable yet ideal properties waiting for the taking when it comes to beachfront living. Myrtle Beach Real Estate is at the forefront of providing clients with exactly what they are expecting. We have been servicing the citizens of Myrtle Beach for years with example setting service. Come by our website at or contact us by phone at 843-477-1777. We are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. So what are you waiting for? Get in contact with one of our qualified agents and make your dreams a reality.

South Myrtle Beach Foreclosures

South Myrtle Beach most commonly is referring to Surfside Beach, Garden City, Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island. In this case, South Myrtle Beach has 75 foreclosures. Out of the 75 foreclosures, Surfside Beach accounts for 23 of the listings, Garden City 4, Murrells Inlet 36, and Pawleys Island 12. South Myrtle Beach’s foreclosures range from $22,100 to $1,549,000 with an average listing price of $157,000. These foreclosure statistics include residential houses, condos, townhomes, and multi-family homes.

Surfside Beach Condos For Sale

There are currently 211 active condos for sale in Surfside Beach, SC. These condos range from $28,500 to $565,000 with an average price of $134,989. Out of those 211 condos, 15 are one bedroom condos, 114 are two bedrooms, 69 are three bedrooms and four are four or more bedrooms.  Two and three bedroom condos have been most popular and are great for vacations with the family. One bedroom condos are not in high demand right now but in the past have been popular. One bedroom condos are a cheap and normally easy purchase that provides a vacation home to get away with a loved one. Many of these homes condos are very affordable, especially in this housing market. So don’t waste anytime and come grab your dream condo in the magnificent Surfside Beach South Carolina.

Here is a recent story from the SunNews about Deer Track North is opening back up in the beautiful Surfside Beach,SC.

< The former Deer Track North Course was pulled out of a foreclosure sale last week, and one of its co-owners said he expects to retain ownership of the property and still intends to develop it.The National Bank of South Carolina has a mortgage lien against the course’s owners of nearly $2.93 million stemming from a $2.6 million loan in 2006. The course was on the list of foreclosed properties to be auctioned on Nov. 7, but the bank pulled it from the sale.“We’re negotiating with the bank on the note,” said co-owner McCray Smith. “The foreclosure was what the bank had to do and we’re doing what we have to do.Like I’ve said before, we’re going to develop that property.” The bank’s attorney in the case, Tara Nauful of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd P.A., could not be reached.The course was originally scheduled to be auctioned off on July 5 after the bank foreclosed on Smith and co-owner Jerry Pettus.The sale was canceled after the owners filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the course in late June, but the case was dismissed on Aug. 19 and officially closed on Oct. 24, reinstituting the foreclosure.United States Bankruptcy Judge George R. Hodges dismissed the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, granting a motion by Synovus Banks – The National Bank of South Carolina is a division of Synovus – seeking dismissal.The case was filed in the Western District of North Carolina after Deertrack Investors LLC – the entity that owns the course – merged with Woodend LLC, another of Smith and Pettus’ companies that owns property in North Carolina. The bankruptcy was filed under Woodend.Hodges ruled the continuance of the Chapter 11 case would be “objectively futile,” and he found the filing to be in “bad faith.”In his decision, Hodges wrote: “Deertrack has no current business operations, other than the pursuit of litigation. Deertrack has no revenues, no employees, no going concern to preserve. … Quite simply there is nothing to reorganize“Additionally, a review of the debtor’s schedules show that the merged debtor is not operating any business and has no cash flow. Without a reliable source income, debtor cannot sustain a plan of reorganization to pay Synovus and other secured creditors.”In the bankruptcy, the Horry County Treasurer submitted a claim for $8,287.12, and a bank submitted a claim for $437,000 stemming from property owned by Woodend LLCHodges added: “The timing of this bankruptcy was strategically aimed at forestalling foreclosure and hindering the collection efforts of Synovus.”Smith said he is prepared to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in South Carolina if it becomes necessary.Smith and Pettus purchased the course in March 2006 for $8 million, according to court documents, and closed it six month later with intentions of redeveloping the property.But Horry County Council changed the zoning against the will of its owners from R-7 primarily to a less-dense R-3 at the behest of homeowners in November 2006, and homeowners have a class-action suit against the course owners arguing that there is an easement on the property preventing redevelopment.Two judges have ruled Smith and Pettus are free to redevelop the land, but the rulings were appealed and the homeowner lawsuit remains active. Smith said an appeal hearing is scheduled in the next two months. Smith also has a countersuit against the homeowners.Sammy Truett of Surfside Beach and potential partners Dr. Brian Adler and Linwood Foster have been interested in purchasing the 183-acre property and reopening the golf course. They were prepared to attend the July 5 auction.But Truett said if the course ever makes it to auction and the bank bids at least $2.6 million to protect its interest, his group would be eliminated from contention. Truett’s group had negotiated with bank officials prior to the bankruptcy filing.“I can tell you if the price is $2.6 million we’re out. The numbers don’t work,” Truett said. “We’re not even close to $2.6 million and when we were negotiating with them before we weren’t even close.“… We still think it’s a viable project but it’s been dragging on for a couple years. Our fire is not burning [to reopen the course] as much as it was six months ago.” >

Story by:  By Alan Blondin – (Nov 14 2011)

North Myrtle Beach Condos For Sale

North Myrtle Beach is has become very rich with condos especially high rises looking over the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Currently there are 1,125 condos for sale in North Myrtle Beach. These condos range from $27,000 to $1,125,000 and are listed for an average of $209,000. In the last six months, 368 condos have been sold in North Myrtle Beach with a low of $27,900 and a high of $1,125,000. The average sale price is $174,000.

Surfside Beach Foreclosures

Foreclosures have been very common over the past couple of years due to the economy, job market, housing market and many other factors. An extremely good sign for real estate owners or potential real estate owners in Surfside Beach is that as of October 2011, there are only 17 listed Surfside beach Foreclosures. At one time there were hundreds of foreclosures which made buyers very happy but in the end it they hurt the overall market. Many real estate owners have been hoping for a reduction in foreclosures which they hope in the end will mean a return of the housing market. Surfside Beach has had a reputation to hold it’s value rather well and the 17 foreclosures is another bright note.

Surfside Beach Homes For Sale

As of October 2011, there are 204 Surfside Beach homes for sale. The average price for a residential home in Surfside is $259,000. The amount of houses for sale at this moment might seem low with many sellers taking their listings off the market after the summer months. Many people believe that they can get higher values for their homes in the spring and summer than in the fall and winter. With that said, many of the homes that are for sale at this time of the year may be discounted by desperate sellers who would love to sell their houses before the winter. Winter is the slowest and worst time to have a house on the market and many sellers avoid it at all costs.