Myrtle Beach, with its balmy summers and mild winters, is a great place to live. The place also offers many enticing features that attract prospective homeowners: beautiful waterfront properties, nearby national parks, verdant landscape, and its energetic community lifestyle. For many potential buyers, the question is not whether to move in the city or not, but which home to move into—a condominium or a house. New settlers won’t find a lack of homes and plush condos for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC, many of which are ready for occupancy.
An article on Realtor.com outlines various factors to help you decide between a condo or a single-family house, and one of these considerations is how you prioritize location.