Myrtle Beach Real Estate on the rise – 843, Realtor
Carolina Forest Real Estate, Forestbrook, Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Surfside Beach, Little River, North Myrtle Beach, Garden City, Prince Creek, Conway and other surrounding areas of Horry County are starting to see slightly higher asking prices on bank owned properties. Most people agree that the lower priced distressed properties are keeping Myrtle Beach Real Estate prices lower than normal. We will have to watch the closing prices of these bank owned properties over the next few months. The Myrtle Beach SC Real Estate housing market benefits from many factors. Some of the Myrtle Beach Real Estate trends have to deal with the warmer climate and proximity to the Ocean. Most census data seems to suggest that Since January 2010, about 10,000 people a day are going to turn 65 years of age. Traditionally many people associate age 65 with retirement. This trend is supposed to continue for 19 years. As a Real Estate Agent in Myrtle Beach SC, I hear many Myrtle Beach Real Estate Buyers say they vacationed in Myrtle Beach SC and always wanted to retire here. With many Real Estate Buyers moving into Myrtle Beach from other States buyers are looking for a lower cost of living and looking to maintain an active and healthy life style. Many Horry County Real Estate Buyers are happily surprised by the great location and lower cost of owning a home close to the beach.