Myrtle Beach Home Sales up 15.6% in 2015


sales up graphHome sales in the Myrtle Beach area were up 15.6 percent for 2015, a continuation of steady increases over previous year sales that suggests the Grand Strand real estate market remains on steady ground.

Sales statewide were up nearly 11.7 percent, and 12 percent for the entire coastal Carolina region, which Realtors hope will carry over into 2016.

Nick Kremydas, CEO of South Carolina Association of Realtors, said “sustainable” is the word to define their hopes for this year.

“Overall, Realtors are pretty optimistic about the new year and don’t want the roller coaster ride of the 2000s, but we’re expecting a normal, solid, real estate market with healthy gains and healthy sales,” Kremydas said.

“Builders are starting to build again, prices continue to climb, days on the market continue to shrink, and that is almost exclusively tied to the limited inventory we are dealing with in our state,” Kremydas said.



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