The year 2015 is looking to be a banner year for home purchases here in South Carolina. Nationally, the state is ranked second, with 61 percent of moves being inbound. There is also promise for houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC as they set a record for volume in single-family home sales in 2014.
According to the analysis, the "baby boomers" were among the strongest buyers in 2014 because they were starting to retire. It was noted, however, that younger buyers were also taking an interest in the market, with hope that this trend would continue. It is expected that there will be no change in interest levels this year and that the market will continue to be strong.
In 2014, home sales in the state increased to 19.5 percent in all regions except for the southern Midlands. This year, a steady growth is anticipated, especially since South Carolina was named a top destination last year. This should drive more people to move in especially over the continuing affordable market.
Those looking for a change of scenery or who are simply out to buy a new home should seek the help of real estate companies. They can help you find houses for sale in Myrtle Beach that will suit every need and want for your family. South Carolina wasn’t named a top moving destination for nothing, and it’s time for people to find out why.