This is good news for professional Myrtle Beach realtors, further backed up by the fact that single-family home sales in Myrtle Beach set a record last year for volume. It reached 5,843 in sales, which was 500 more than that of 2013. This should somewhat come as no surprise since earlier in 2014, Myrtle Beach was on a housing streak, though experts then were unsure how long that would last. Sales of single-family homes seemed to flatten out in May but picked up since then, to establish the current record.
Situated near the convenience and appeal of the famous Grand Stand of South Carolina, having real estate in Myrtle Beach is a great investment. The cost of living is low and the quality of life is high, which is why more people are deciding to transfer there. Also, with the cost of living somewhere around 7 percent lower than the nation as a whole, the dollar has a higher buying power here than any other place.