North Myrtle Beach foreclosures and short sale opportunities are as diverse as the properties themselves with distressed properties in the Myrtle Beach area starting as low as $10,000 and going to nearly a million dollars. Beach Realty Group can assist you in finding the oceanfront home foreclosure or beachfront condo short sale you are looking for. We are local to the region and all of our agents have unequaled knowledge and experience in real estate of the Grand Strand.
From Cherry Grove to Surfside Beach and all points in between you will find numerous foreclosures and short sales here on the Carolina Coast, although the market is beginning to bounce back. We urge would-be real estate investors seeking to capitalize on this exciting real estate investment opportunity to act quickly for the best bargains and available selection.
Although there are numerous locations around the country with large foreclosure inventories there are few that can match the availability of so many upscale and luxury short sale and foreclosure opportunities like those found in abundance in the North Myrtle Beach area. If you are looking for an oceanfront condo short sale you have the chance now to invest in one at a fraction of the cost that it once sold for with some condos that once sold for well over a million dollars now on the distressed properties market for less than half that in some cases.
At Beach Realty Group we keep our distressed property listings in Myrtle Beach updated as frequently as possible with every type of foreclosure and short sale listing available in the Grand Strand including REO (bank owned properties) which have already gone through the foreclosure process and are now up for sale, foreclosure auctions, pre-foreclosures and short sales. Whether you are looking for an upscale single family home in Carolina Forest or an Oceanfront condo on Myrtle Beach we can help you find it.
Foreclosures on average nationwide have begun to return to pre-recession levels according to Real Estate industry sources. Banks repossessed 45,000 homes in February 2013, according to RealtyTrac, which is an industry leading real estate and foreclosure firm. This number of foreclosed homes was the fewest since September 2007 and was down sharply from the peak of 102,000 in March 2010.
In 2010, just over 26% of home sales in the United States were foreclosures. In Myrtle Beach, foreclosures are at an even higher rate. Because of the volume of inventory in this situation, you need a Realtor who is experienced in handling distressed properties – which include not only foreclosures, but short sale properties as well. Every Beach Realty Group Realtor is experienced with foreclosures and short sales, and several have been certified in these unique transactions. We are qualified and seasoned in the process, and will provide all the guidance and expertise needed when navigating through the purchase of a distressed property.
Beautiful home in Barefoot Landing Cedar Creek section. This home boast 3 bedrooms 2 baths very large living room, carolina room, private office , good size dining area, ...
Listing courtesy of Gabriel Financial Real Estate , Timothy Gabriel.
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Listing courtesy of Owners.com , Paul Arterbury.
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Listing courtesy of RE/MAX First Choice , The Greg Sisson Team.
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