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real estate: Myrtle Beach Real Estate Buyer’s: Be Aware - 06/11/10 02:09 PM
For first time homebuyers, today’s climate seems to have buyers proceed with more hesitancy than before. While many of the housing markets throughout the country are still facing decreases, the south managed an increase, if only slightly, but and increase nonetheless in sales. This even holds true for Myrtle Beach real estate. For homebuyers this year, now may be one of the best times in the last 30 years to purchase. With more homes on the Myrtle Beach market than ever, buyers have the luxury of shopping the millions of listings without having to feel the pressure of having to buy (0 comments)
real estate: Just some info on Myrtle Beach foreclosures - 03/31/10 03:50 PM
Like much of the country, Myrtle Beach, SC has had an unpredictable housing market over the past few years. Prices in that city swelled to all-time highs in 2005 and 2006, but eventually fell off considerably in 2008 and 2009. Due to the many luxury beachside residences in Myrtle Beach, the housing prices were even more affected. While the median housing price in Myrtle Beach in 2004 was just about $150,000, the price swelled to nearly $250,000 by the end of 2006. Since then, the median housing price in Myrtle Beach has fallen back to around $150,000. While housing prices across (1 comments)
real estate: Myrtle Beach Real Estate sees year-end gains in 2009 - 01/18/10 01:23 PM
There was a nice article in the Sun News about the Myrtle Beach real estate market. It seems things are starting to look up for the Grand Strand. And about time too! After a slow year for sales, the real estate market in Myrtle Beach is finally beginning to head in the other direction, according to statistics compiled from the Myrtle Beach MLS. Real estate agents found themselves gaining business and busier than ever in December, said Marvin Heyd of Prudential Burroughs and Chapin Realty. Of course, with the increase in workload, the wheels are starting to roll again. Agents are (0 comments)
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