Myrtle Beach Brokers Predict Strong Spring


myrtle-beach-state-parkThe third consecutive brutal winter in the Northeast has brought a flood of calls and emails to Grand Strand Realtors and developers who are expecting the best spring real estate season in years.

The spring buying and selling season reawakens the area’s real estate activity, which is at its slowest pace of the year during the winter months. It can also be a precursor to sales for the whole year, and so a forecast for a bang-up spring spreads smiles across the faces of real estate professionals.

Almost none, though, are willing to use the “b” word to describe what’s about to happen, but it does get into conversations. “I do think it’s a boom,” said Cherie Hardy of SC Real Estate Network.

Hardy’s view of things may be colored by what’s happened at her own agency in the past two years. She said the company had $6 million in sales in 2013, its first full-year of pounding the street. Last year, sales jumped nearly 400 percent to more than $23 million, and she’s expecting it to climb more than 200 percent this year.


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