Springtime News for Myrtle Beach Real Estate

Greg Harrelson - Myrtle Beach Realtor

January has started off strong for the Myrtle Beach real estate market. Our office has experienced a measurable increase in buyer call volume which has resulted in over 60 sales for the month. The clients that we have been working with seem to be very motivated and ready to make a purchase.

So, why are we seeing an increase in buyer sales?

The buyers are telling us the following…

  • The market seems to be stabilizing and the quality properties are starting to sell. We don’t want to miss the opportunity.
  • With Prices this low, Myrtle Beach condos are providing more cash flow than ever.
  • Homes in Myrtle Beach are selling at prices below $100 per square foot in very nice communities.
  • They are worried that the interest rates will climb in the next year therefore making the real estate purchase less affordable.
  • They want to take advantage of banks that are willing to liquidate their foreclosures to get them off the books. Sometimes they sell these properties for cents on the dollar.

There are many reasons why 2011 will be an active real estate market in Myrtle Beach. If you are looking to buy or sell in Myrtle Beach, now is the time to start looking at the numbers. We anticipate a spike in sales leading up to Spring and then a possible slow down after the summer season.

If you are looking for a home for sale in Myrtle Beach or would like to own a piece of North Myrtle Beach real estate then you need to start your search today. There are condos, homes, land and other investment properties for sale at deeply discounted prices.

Give us a call or send us an email and we can forward the Top 20 Myrtle Beach Real Estate deals available.

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