Many real estate professionals and home sellers hesitate to list their homes for sale during the holiday season but it has the potential to be just as good a time as the traditional spring selling kick-off. Our sellers in the Myrtle Beach area getting great results this time of year and through the holidays. Here’s why selling your home during the winter months can be a great time...
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Wondering what's Halloween and happening in the Myrtle Beach area this week? There are plenty of places to go and things to do with the whole family in celebration of this spooktacular holiday! Our coastal communities will be hosting Halloween events that you won’t want to miss including costume contests, trick-or-treating, and other haunted happenings. Here’s a list of fun, scary, and crazy things to do for Halloween in the Myrtle Beach area...
Our annual Home Harvest Festival is happening this weekend in Myrtle Beach! Mark your calendars to join us this Saturday, October 21st at the Pelicans Ballpark. Celebrate autumn with your friends and family at this FREE fundraiser benefiting the Heroes For Children of Horry County featuring live music, food, activities for the whole family and FREE pumpkins (while supplies last, of course!).
Okay, you might be more excited about getting settled into your new home than the actual process of moving. Let’s face it: it’s long, tiring and just plain stressful when you can’t find what you’re looking for, or things aren’t where they’re supposed to be.
So you decided on buying a property along the Grand Strand, now what about property taxes? South Carolina has the 6th lowest Real Estate taxes in the country for 2017. If you are not familiar with the term “Grand Strand”, it consists of many areas and cities along the northern coastline of South Carolina. The most recognized area along the Grand Strand is Myrtle Beach, SC. Other areas include North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Litchfield Beach, Pawleys Island, Conway, Carolina Forest, Grande Dunes, Briarcliffe, and Socastee.
This St. Patrick's Day, quit searching for that pot of gold and get inspired to go green! But what does it mean to go green and how can we be environmentally friendly when remodeling or building a new home? CRG Companies believes in building and construction practices that go beyond the industry standards with a team that is knowledgeable and experienced with designing homes that are both sustainable and energy efficient. By preserving water and reducing energy consumption in your Myrtle Beach home, you can not only reduce your impact on the environment but save money by lowering your monthly utility bills. Here are some of the ways our team can make your new or existing home green.
While most are getting excited for the warm Spring weather Myrtle Beach is famous for, CRG Companies is focused on The Art Museum’s 17th Annual Spring Tour of Homes where our recent oceanfront renovation has been selected to join some of the finest custom homes on the Grand Strand in a showcase of unique properties to benefit the local arts.
Our team recently joined building industry professionals from around the world at the NAHB 2017 International Builders’ Show. Through networking, educational classes, and vendor exhibits, members of our design, construction, technology, and marketing departments experienced some of the newest and best products on the market. Aside from the endless learning opportunities, we were honored as Preston Guyton was also selected to represent the Top 40 Under 40 in the industry on a panel discussion.
Preston Guyton was selected to join a panel of some of the industry’s best to share their challenges and successes, as well as their thoughts on the future of the home building industry. He joins three of his Top 40 Under 40 colleagues selected to lead he discussion at the 2017 International Builder Show in Orlando.
This recently completed Myrtle Beach home designed and constructed by the CRG team began as a renovation project. Like many, especially on new home purchases, once the remodel work begins issues arise that are impossible to detect ahead of the project. Often these unforeseeable problems make renovations more expensive and cumbersome than a new construction home. For this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath beach home, our team quickly realized that the original home was poorly constructed and building new would be a more viable option for the homeowners.