Real Estate
Near Myrtle Beach

Coastal Grand Strand of North & South Carolina
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Myrtle Beach Foreclosures

A Foreclosure is owned by the Mortgage Company, Bank or Lender who provided a loan for someone to purchase real estate.  A Short-Sale is an effort by the real estate owner to sell the property for less then what is owed.  To be a true short-sale the neccessary documents and information must have been given to the mortgage lender by the seller prior to their listing the property for sale as a short-sale. 

  If you are looking for a Mediterranean style neighborhood and do not want to pay the prices of the Grande Dunes you may want to look at North Village in Little River, SC.  Only minutes from North Myrtle Beach there are several homes in foreclosure but even normally priced homes are a great value.

Throughout North and South Carolina there are great values in homes and some like the one pictured above are brand new and may not have even been occupied. 

  Raised Beach Homes
Every size you can think of located on the ocean or inland are available.

  The Single Story Home - 2 Car Garage
These style of homes are available throughout the coastal Grand Strand.  Average heated square footage 1100 to 2200.

If you email me at or call me at  843 655-4619 we can find you the perfect home.

Myrtle Beach Real Estate
  Oceanfront Condos

Today there are oceanfront condos available for prices less then those we saw before the real estate "boom".   There is a wide selection of those condos in foreclosure.  You need to be aware that if a condo was purchased during the "boom"  there may be an exact regualar sale unit available with a lower "Asking Price" .    If the foreclosured condo does happen to be the best value in the building, then your Realtor, not the Sellers will act in your best interest to help you through the, what can be a long, process.  Your Realtor should find out if there are any delinquent fees or property taxes due on the condo.

If you email me at or call me on my cell  843 655-4619 and provide just a few search items like how many bedrooms, bathrooms, preferred location if you have an idea (Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Surfside, or the North Carolina islands in Brunswick County).  Since there are currently thousands of condos on the market any information would be helpful.  I will send you live-time listings directly from the Coastal Carolina Association of Realtors (CCAR) MLS system.   The listings I send could be listed with any real estate company, not just mine, and I will send you the lowest "Asking Price" units within each building or complex.

You already know this is a Buyers Market so when you see the "Asking Price" it seldom means you would pay that much.

  Condos on the Intracoastal Waterway or Inland

Today there are all types of condos available on or off the ocean.  If you do not want to be directly on the ocean but want more then a little pond to look at, consider a condo on the Intracoastal Waterway. 

In todays market you can find them for a fraction of the price many paid a few years ago.  There are those in foreclosure and those that are being sold for a variety of reasons.

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