"What's the winter like?" is one of the questions people who are thinking of moving to Myrtle Beach ask.   

We have lived in so many places, from Alaska to New York, and this is the first time in our lives where we don't have to worry about shoveling snow or warming up the car before going to work.  Moving to Myrtle Beach was the best decision we ever made.  The best part about the Myrtle Beach weather during the winter is that even on the few days that it gets kind of cold, the cold spell never lasts for more than a couple of days.  Today, January 3, 2019, we're expecting a high of 65 degrees!

So Many Happy Places to keep you out of the Doldrums

Speaking of questions I hear about Myrtle Beach, one such question that is often asked is this: what's Myrtle Beach like?  Because Myrtle Beach has been voted as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States, you can find just about anything your heart desires.  There is a Ferris wheel that bring back your fond memories of childhood. There are concerts, to remind you of your exciting youthful years.  There are lots of great restaurants, featuring everything from fine dining to fast food.  Even in the winter, when the swollen numbers of tourists dwindles down, there are still plenty of entertainment options available to keep the residents refreshed and entertained.

Buying a Home

Myrtle Beach is one of the fastest growing cities in South Carolina. Myrtle Beach is also one of the most popular tourist spots in South Carolina, and even when compared with other destinations throughout the United States. However, unlike some neighboring areas, such as Charleston, home prices in Myrtle Beach are still very affordable.  Buyers can still find a real nice home under $200,000 and even oceanfront condos for less than $100,000.  Some people who have done well for themselves buy one of each.  And, why not?  The beauty about buying a home a little further away from the beach is having a little bit of yard space, yet when you feel the urge to walk barefoot in the sand or take a dip in the warm sea water during the summertime, your oceanfront condo is no more than a few minutes drive away.  What's more, you can rent out your condo and it can help pay for itself.  It's all a matter of strategy and planning.  That's were I come in.  I am your local expert, who will walk you through everything that you need for a smooth and happy process of locating your dream property, getting a contract to buy it, and closing the deal.