Myrtle Beach Condo Sales Surge


myrtle beach condoThe Grand Strand’s spring home-buying season is showing significant growth over 2014, extending the time of the area’s robust real estate market and reaching from inland to the coast.

“It’s a good bit better than last year,” said Realtor Bill Wilhelm of Surfside Beach Realty who specializes in beach home sales. “It’s probably up 30 percent to 40 percent.”

Wilhelm said he recently closed a deal on a second row, six-bedroom home for about $800,000, the same price a four-bedroom, oceanfront home would have brought last year. This year, that oceanfront home likely would command a $1 million-plus price tag, Wilhelm said, a testament to the continuing strength of the Strand housing market.

“I think people have got the money saved up and aren’t concerned too much (anymore) with what the stock market is going to do,” he said.



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