Murrells Inlet foreclosures offer a great opportunity for real estate shoppers searching for a home or condo in our area. There are a few more items to consider when purchasing a foreclosure in Murrells Inlet rather than any other area of the Grand Strand. Murrells Inlet is split by two counties. Georgetown County is the southern tip along with Garden City Point, and Horry County is to the north and West off Highway 707 toward Prince Creek. Because the area grew so rapid during the real estate boom of the mid 2000s, the Murrells Inlet area offers some great advantages for buyers searching for a deal. Several of the homes that are being offered as a foreclosure in the Murrells Inlet area are less than 10 years old. Some of the popular communities that have seen a spike in foreclosures of Murrells Inlet are Prince Creek, International Club and Wachesaw Plantation.
Not only are single family home communities seeing a spike of bank owned properties, so are some of the more popular Murrells Inlet condo communities. A few Murrells Inlet condo communities that have seen recent foreclosures are Park West, Marcliffe at Blackmoor and Wynbrooke. For more information on foreclosures in the Murrells Inlet area, call Beach Realty Group 843-267-4627.
Recently upgraded home in the Collins Creek Landing community at Prince Creek. This 2 story home includes 4 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths and a floor plan to adore with high ceilin...
Listing courtesy of Enterprise Realty , Patricia Parker.
REDUCED! Fantastic Ocean Front building the unit has a wonderful ocean view with a very large balcony, pool, grilling area and underground parking. Beautifully remodeled ...
Listing courtesy of Ocean Breeze Properties, LLC , Lori Reid.
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