Myrtle Beach Real Estate

Are you considering a home purchase in the Myrtle Beach area? If so, have you considered hooking up with a real estate agent while visiting Myrtle Beach. Buying a home in the Myrtle Beach area while you are on vacation can be one of the most rewarding feelings of your life. We at Beach Realty Group are here to assist you in doing just that. Take advantage of our knowledge of the Myrtle Beach real estate market, and our strong work ethic to assist you in finding the perfect home.

Some of the best values currently in the Myrtle Beach area are standing inventory within new home communities.  Also there are some great buys on Myrtle Beach home foreclosures and Myrtle Beach short sales. We have a working knowledge about all the communities in the Myrtle Beach area, and a working relationship with foreclosure specialists in Myrtle Beach to make your home purchase a breeze.

Myrtle Beach Homes

Myrtle Beach homes for sale stretches from the north end near Briarcliffe all the way south to Surfside Beach, and as far west as Carolina Forest. Also, most of Highway 707 toward Murrells Inlet is also considered Myrtle Beach. Within this area that we call Myrtle Beach, there are a few hundred single family home subdivisions. Whether you are searching for a luxury home or a mild fixer upper, we have the home for you.


Luxury Myrtle Beach Homes

Luxury and lifestyle meet along the sandy shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the breathtaking views over the deep blue horizon, and relax while you take it all in. This is paradise, and finding the right oceanfront home in Myrtle Beach will be one of the largest purchases you may ever make. We lay out a plan of action to find you the right oceanfront luxury home in the Myrtle Beach area the first day we meet. We develop a strategy based on market trends, activity and the current absorption rate to find you the “Buy Now” properties on the oceanfront.


There are numerous developments with what we would consider luxury homes. From the amazing lifestyle offered in the Grande Dunes, to the gated golf country club feel of Prestwick, you will be sure to find the home that you are searching for in Myrtle Beach. Entertainment and amenities centers are also a contributing factor to why buyers choose some of these luxury home communities. For example Cypress River Plantation and Plantation Point both have direct Intracoastal Waterway access for you to enjoy boating and other water sports. Let us know what features you are searching for in a home and we will set you up to receive emails as these amazing homes come on the market.


New Homes Communities


Myrtle Beach is one of the most desired retirement destinations in the country. With that comes development, and hence new construction communities. We keep an extensive list of the changes going on within the Myrtle Beach housing market and syndicate that information into this website for a great user experience. Some of the more popular new home communities of Myrtle Beach are Cipriana Park at Grande Dunes and Emmens Preserve at Market Common. Both of these communities offer a great lifestyle with a short drive to the beach.

We also offer a Myrtle Beach real estate blog to keep home buyers in Myrtle Beach up-to-date on changes in the market, and we keep our “Frequently Asked Questions” page up to speed. The most important aspects about purchasing a home in the Myrtle Beach area are taxes, insurance, home owner’s insurance, utilities. Property management fees are also important for the real estate investors out there. Call a Beach Realty Group agent today for information to make your Myrtle Beach home buying experience a delight.

Myrtle Beach Condos

Condos make up just over half of the real estate in the Myrtle Beach area. There are many reasons why a condo is many times the selection of choice of those searching for a property in the Myrtle Beach area. Of the condos to choose from, one may choose oceanfront, oceanview, a few blocks from the beach, on a golf course, gated community or just a condo to live a more maintenance free lifestyle.

Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Condos

Much of the oceanfront skyline of Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach is speckled with high rise condominium resorts. Most of the condos are privately owned as either second homes or investment properties. There are few that claim their primary residence as an oceanfront condo in Myrtle Beach. The advantage of having an oceanfront investment condo is that the properties rent to vacationers more frequently. Some of the golf course condo complexes in the Myrtle Beach area offer vacation rentals, but don’t bring in nearly the number that some of the oceanfront resorts do.

Myrtle Beach Golf Course Condos

There are several golf course communities to choose from in the Myrtle Beach area and across The Grand Strand. Some of the more popular ones selling today are Magnolia Pointe and many of the golf course condos of Barefoot Resort. Most of the condo complexes on the golf courses allow the owner to lease the properties to vacationers, and many have onsite or nearby rental companies to handle this for you. Golf course condos are typically more spacious and the association fees are less than condos on the ocean.

Trending Myrtle Beach Communities

Listed to the right are communities that you may consider when purchasing a home in the Myrtle Beach area. Emmen’s Preserve is currently one of the  hottest new home communities in the area. Some other Market Common communities are Highlands at Withers Preserve and Sweetgrass Square. If you are searching for a luxury home in Myrtle Beach you may want to consider Grand Dunes, Dunes Club or one of the more elaborate homes of Plantation Point. There are many options for those searching for a home in Myrtle Beach.

 

Featured Myrtle Beach Properties

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