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3 Bedroom Lowcountry Home for Sale in Myrtle Beach Located in a quiet Myrtle Beach community, this 3 bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom home offers a spacious,open floor plan in a great location. The high, vaulted ceilings and abundance of windows allow for plenty of natural light. The master bedroom sits conveniently on the first floor with two large bedrooms on the second floor. The home features new carpet, ceramic tile, new paint, and granite countertops. Enjoy a gorgeous home with beautiful landscaping on a quiet lot minutes from the beach. 

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Outdoor ActivitiesStarting from the South Strand, bike or jog through miles of beautiful nature trails to explore the Litchfield area or visit the two national parks: Myrtle Beach State Park and Huntington Beach State Park. From beaches to bird watching, you're bound to find something the whole family will love!

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Myrtle Beach is a haven for golfers looking to challenge their game while enjoying the ocean and a coastal lifestyle. For this reason, Myrtle Beach golf course real estate has become extremely popular for those looking for a new home, vacation property, or a real estate investment. Here are a few reasons why now is the best time to buy a home situated on or near a golf course in Myrtle Beach.

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  Everyone is aware of the state of the real estate market throughout the country. How can you not be? Every newspaper and expert is telling you why it is not a good time to buy or why the nation is going to go into a recession because of this real estate downturn. Maybe I am biased because selling real estate is my profession, but I feel like there is no time better than now to buy real estate. Today we will discuss why new construction can offer you a better opportunity than resale property!

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Today’s condo market has seen a shift in the prices; many of the condos are priced where they were in 2004-2005. Many of the oceanfront condos that sold for $150,000 in 2005, are now selling for $150,000. The large increase in price from 2004-2006 has almost been wiped out with many oceanfront condos. What does this mean? Buyers can now make a smart investment and actually see some rental income comparable to the price.