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Happy Earth Day! Today feels like the perfect time to discuss one of our company’s core principles of design and construction: BEING GREEN. As a Myrtle Beach custom home builder, we believe in building and construction practices that go beyond the industry standards in order to design homes that are both sustainable and energy efficient. It's a team effort to decrease our overall impact on the Earth, so we’re sharing five ways you can easily reduce your effect on the earth starting in your own home!

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Spring is FINALLY here! And with it comes not only the lovely warmer weather but also an influx of pollen making this the perfect time to get started on your annual spring home maintenance routine. Unfortunately, too many homeowners believe “spring maintenance” is all about the cleaning. And sure, although spring cleaning comprises a large chunk of any spring home maintenance routine, home maintenance should be more specifically aimed at various structures, appliances, and systems within the home that are, arguably, just as important. To help you keep the value of your investment and properly care for your Myrtle Beach home throughout the seasons, our experts have shared their top ten list of…

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Remember, the goal is to show off your house as a home where a buyer can envision themselves living. Here are what we consider the top nine things-to-do before showing a home for sale... Curtains Drawn, Blinds Open Natural light is your friend and you want to allow as much of it as your home gets. Open windows will make your home feel more open and less closed…

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  In this video CRG's Broker-In-Charge, Preston Guyton, discusses what we feel is the 2nd step to building a custom home, as well as three helpful tips for you to use throughout the process. Step 1: Secure A Construction Permanent Loan, Then Move Onto Step Two

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    Let’s take a simple look at the two largest monetary charges involved when it comes to getting you through the door of your first home: the down payment and the closing costs.   Down Payment The most well-known cost associated with home buying is your "down payment," which is the cash you are required to pay upfront. Serving as beginning…

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CRG's' Broker-In-Charge, Preston Guyton, discusses what we feel should be your first steps in the custom building process, as well as three of the benefits to choosing a construction permanent loan. According to Preston Guyton, your first step towards building a custom home should start with meeting a local lender, especially one that specifically handles construction permanent loans.

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  When is the best time to prepare and list your home for sale on the market? CRG Companies' Broker-In-Charge, Preston Guyton, weighs-in on why NOW is a good time to ready and list your home for sale on the market.   Maximize Your Exposure

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  Three Benefits Of Selling Your Home During The Holidays #1. Though many buyers back off their search during the holiday season, the serious ones remain. As a seller, your time is far better spent with the most serious buyers in the market and these clients will continue to eagerly browse in hopes of finally finding the perfect property.


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Whether you’re considering buying or selling a home now, or plan to in the future, familiarizing yourself with common acronyms, terms, and definitions frequently used in our industry is an asset to you. Often times real estate lingo sounds like a foreign language and can be intimidating. While your CRG Realtor will walk you through every detail you need to understand, we’ve simply defined some popular acronyms and terms you will come across along your journey. Let this be your guide to preparing for the process ahead. 

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As a southern coastal community, Myrtle Beach enjoys year-round warm weather, long summers, and many days of sunshine. The ideal temperatures and way of life attracts newcomers relocating to the area every year and we continue to see the Myrtle Beach area real estate market thrive. It’s important for those relocating to the Grand Strand to ensure their home purchases are a wise investment and that includes understanding flood zones and what that means for you. As a buyer, understanding the possible costs and risks associated with coastal living is a necessity but don’t let flood zones deter you from purchasing your dream home on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront! Whether you live right along the beaches or miles inland,…