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If you’re planning to put your Myrtle Beach home on the market this selling season, it pays to make sure you’re maximizing your investment. Whether it's a fresh coat of paint or making sure the kids room is tidy, these simple improvements to your home can often reap BIG rewards when it’s time to sell. It can also make the difference between selling your home quickly vs. spending months on the market. Here are some tips from our Real Estate experts on the DO's & DONT's on how to help sell your home for the best price as quick as possible.

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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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The Myrtle Beach Market was Competitive Our Realtors are always up for a challenge and in 2014 when Stacy met the Guyers, they were looking to relocate to the Grand Strand permanently. Her first job was to list and sell their second home, a townhouse, located in the Fairways of Wild Wing Plantation. The Myrtle Beach real estate market had begun to turn so the neighborhood was competitive with numerous homes for sale…

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Making the Sale! - Proactive real estate marketing is more than a listing agreement, a for sale sign, and a lock box. Proactive real estate is an ongoing commitment to market and sell a client's property no matter the economic condition or competitiveness of the local market. Success in any real estate transaction involves a well placed strategy, team work, and an ability to communicate with all parties involved in a transaction.

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Curb Appeal The moment that a potential buyer pulls up to your home and takes a look for the first time they make a decision as to whether or not they can see themselves living in the house. A beautiful first impression of lush landscaping and a well manicured lawn will let the buyers know that you have loved and cared for the home. On the other hand, poorly maintained shrubs and plantings, along with a yard full of weeds, will lead the buyer to…