Myrtle Beach New Homes

Demand for property in the Myrtle Beach area is up, the inventory levels of available homes for sale in the Myrtle Beach area are down, and the land costs in the Myrtle Beach property are also down. This mixed with the fact that the cost of materials are down from what they were during the real estate peak and the affects of Hurricane Katrina in the mid 2000's, makes for the perfect storm for new home communities.

In the Myrtle Beach area currently most buyers are searching for foreclosures and short sales. These are the buzz words that investors and 2nd home buyers are interested in pursuing, and these distressed properties make it difficult for current home owners to sell at today's prices. New home builders on the other hand have stumbled across a unique opportunity to build homes at competitive prices in the Myrtle Beach real estate market. The nationwide home builders as well as a select few local builders are purchasing tracts of properties through bank sales and some options at bargain prices.

This new home phenomenon stretches to all areas of the Grand Strand. From Pawleys Island to Little River as far west as Conway, buyers can find great real estate deals in the new home's market. Many Realtors will back us up on the fact that the best way to purchase some of these new homes are to seek out the existing inventory homes. The inventory home market is also depleting, and many builders are now offering great discounts on options, lot layouts and structural upgrades to gain your business.

If you are interested in purchase in new home in the Myrtle Beach area, view some of the communities listed to the right. Also, call us at 843-267-4627 and we will be more than happy to give you are 10 minute spiel on the new homes market in the Myrtle Beach area.

 

Available New Homes Myrtle Beach

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