A native of McLean, Virginia, Jennifer Miller moved to Myrtle Beach in 2003 and can’t imagine living anywhere else. She’s married to Bill, a City of Myrtle Beach Firefighter and are the parents of twin boys born in February 2010. Jennifer attended the College of Charleston where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in … Read more
The real estate boom of the early 2000′s has seen hundreds of small hotels disappear, only to be replaced by the grand resorts that are being built every day. Truthfully, very few hotels or motels can be found on the oceanfront in Myrtle Beach now.
Other parts of the country might be experiencing the toll the economy has had on the housing market, but real estate in Myrtle Beach couldn’t be more attractive.
Right now there’s a window of opportunity to purchase Myrtle Beach Foreclosures. However learning what type of properties to buy, which agent to choose and what type of financing is stressful and chaotic. All too often we are bombarded with information; half of which is usually incorrect.
Myrtle Beach has a little bit of everything in one place including some of the best Myrtle Beach condos and homes for sale.
Today, many Myrtle Beach Condos for sale are going through the short sale process. That is why it is very important for buyers and seller to understand what a short sale is and the process that it takes.
Buy a Myrtle Beach Condo TODAY! Today’s the best time to get into the condo of your dreams. Myrtle Beach vacation real estate and other Grand Strand property are wildly popular because of the phenomenal growth in all areas of resort development.
This unbelievable oceanfront fully furnished condo at Bay View Resort has 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms with a lockout option which allows for incredible rental potential.
Today’s economy provides a perfect opportunity for making a profit if you are able to buy a Myrtle Beach foreclosed home. In order to purchase a Myrtle Beach foreclosed home you must first understand what a foreclosure is and what steps you must take to buy a foreclosed home.
Myrtle Beach Real Estate Foreclosure refer to listings of those homes or condos for which the homeowner was not able to make the repayment of the bank’s loan that was taken to buy the property.