Monday, August 31, 2015
For many centuries now, people have always been attracted to living near the sea—or any body of water for that matter. Some are attracted to the pushing and pulling of waves, others to the open blue water, and some to the calmness it gives. There are those who would try to explain this attraction through science – negatively charged ions affecting the body’s serotonin levels; while other explanations are borderline pseudoscience – a need to connect with nature. Whatever the true reason may be, it can’t be denied that the being near a body of water is relaxing and rejuvenating. According to Zenhabits.net, creativity can be enhanced in two ways. The first is through solitude, and the second by social participation – two things that you can achieve by living at oceanfront condos in Myrtle Beach.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Many homeowners who have taken the leap into property investing naturally expect good returns. While leasing out property is a good way to generate passive income, you need to proceed wisely to avoid potential money pits. Tap the expertise of realtors such as Coldwell Banker Chicora Real Estate in Myrtle Beach, SC when it comes to marketing your property for rent. Do your homework Among other things, you need to sort out the rental rates. Research the market value of rental houses within the area and account for potential fixes to your property. Your realtor may connect you with a property manager to help hammer out a rental fee that is competitive and mortgage friendly.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
If you’re looking for a good investment, one that offers great potential is a new house – specifically a vacation house in a beautiful beachside community. This venture requires a bit of prudence, however, and one of the first things you need to do is find a skilled property agent who can guide you through the process and avoid the pitfalls. One of the most promising communities to invest in is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Proudly boasting a tourism-heavy atmosphere every day of the year, the city’s Atlantic shoreline gives vacationers that much sought-after beach time followed by a relaxing evening at an oceanfront home. If you are aiming to invest in a quality vacation house, the top agents in the area, like those at Coldwell Banker Chicora Real Estate, can show you the best houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
During your search for homes for sale, one of the important considerations you need to decide on is the number of bedrooms in your home. Will you need several rooms for your big family, or would a two-bedroom home be enough? Will you sacrifice a larger home with four bedrooms for a smaller house in a much better location? Another issue to consider is the bedroom for the children. It’s easy for children of the same gender to share the same bedroom which gives them many opportunities to bond. However, you’ll have to decide on getting another bedroom when taking to account gender and age differences between or among siblings. Generally, when siblings already enjoy each other’s company with similar interests and hobbies, they can develop even greater emotional connectedness when they share a room.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
If you’re planning to buy a second home, consider getting one in a beautiful vacation spot like Myrtle Beach, SC. You can use this vacation home whenever you want to unwind on weekends or holidays, or if not, you can rent it out. Couples, families, or friends on an outing can use your property while on tour in the Myrtle Beach area, and arrange to use the place on a daily, weekly, or even monthly rate. If such an investment presents great income potential for you, you have to set out to find the right property that you can afford to purchase and maintain. If your budget falls short of a large beachfront property, you can opt for condos for sale in the Myrtle Beach area, which continues to be a location with dynamic and vibrant communities. With condos in Myrtle Beach, you can still have the beach nearby while being in proximity to other tourist destinations. Consider investing in desirable features like spacious rooms and modern amenities.
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
In late June, 2015, Myrtle Beach officials implemented a “floating zone” downtown—referred to as the south mixed-use area—that will allow real estate developers to suggest projects that don’t necessary fit the current zoning in the area. The officials hope the move will inspire creative, mixed use development in that part of town. The south-mixed use area begins at First Avenue North and goes all the way to Seventh Avenue North and covers the Atlantic Ocean to Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach. Mixed Use High-Intensity (MU-H) is the current zoning in the area, and allows for commercial and retail developments. “It’s amazing when you go down there and you wander around and see the potential for what it could be,” said John Pedersen, City Manager.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Look back to your childhood. Do you remember running around your neighborhood with a pack of other kids, without care or worry that any harm will come to you? Don’t you want that same feeling for your own kids? When you take the time to find the right community to live in, you’ll find it soon enough. Places like Myrtle Beach overall, have plenty to offer for children and adults alike. Amusement parks, beaches, amusement rides, and a multitude of attractions and events make real estate in the area an ideal place to raise a young family. MyrtleBeach.com lists a few local sights and sounds where ‘kids from 1 to 92’ can have the space to freely enjoy themselves:
Monday, August 3, 2015
A combination of good upkeep, visual charm and attention to detail, curb appeal is often enough to draw a person to a home with just a single glance. Though undefinable, it’s actually something that 71 percent of homebuyers look for when buying a home, thus it’s only prudent to have eye-catching curb appeal, which can either make or break a deal. Even realtors and real estate agents consider curb appeal as among the five most important factors when selling a home, since it could add as much as 10 percent to a home’s value. Without it, prospective buyers will either want to settle for a lower price or reject your home altogether. You only need a small budget to do these simple jobs that can contribute to raising your home’s curb appeal.
Sunday, August 2, 2015
With the Federal Housing Administration reducing annual mortgage insurance premiums by 50 basis points, buying a home is best done sooner rather than later, when house prices can get more expensive and interest rates go higher. Thanks to more options for cheaper mortgage insurance premiums, you’ll find that investing in a house is a better idea than renting and losing more money in the long run. These conditions make for a perfect opportunity for you to buy among houses for sale in Myrtle Beach, SC, an opportunity that you definitely shouldn’t miss before it’s gone. You can seek help in your home buying endeavors with the help of real estate experts like those from Coldwell Banker Chicora Real Estate.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
First of all, when you're looking for a house, don't be tempted to buy something that's too big for your needs. Some houses look so good that it’s all too easy to just buy the one that catches your eye. The problem with that approach is that you have to live in the house and keep it well-maintained. If you're a couple with modest income and no children, you don't need multiple bedrooms, a large lawn and a dining room that looks like it's fit for a mansion. As you consider the available Myrtle Beach homes for sale, look for one that you can be comfortable in and also be certain that you can pay for its upkeep.