Archive for December, 2008
The point of sale assessment for real property in South Carolina has resulted in many home buyers receiving suprisingly high tax bills since it passed into law in 2006. This writer thinks a change in the law would help the housing market. Let me know what you think!
In the old days Murrells Inlet Real Estate consisted of creekfront cottages and single family homes scattered about and vacant land from Highway 17 East to the Inlet and West of 17 to the river. Of course there were seafood restaurants on the waterfront along with marina’s and places to launch boats. Today when searching for Murrells Inlet Real Estate this area is considered to be ‘Old Murrells Inlet’ in the MLS and Historic Murrells Inlet in advertising.
It is not suprising that Murrells Inlet is a popular spot to live with all the amenites we have at our doorstep. Funny that ‘Old Historic Murrells Inlet’ has little left of the old and historic but the draw still remains. Somewhere along the way the boundary expanded towards Garden City, Burgess and Socastee. Today a residential search for Murrells Inlet Real Estate reveals a whopping 503 active listings with an average list price of $403,433.
While it appears to be a buyers market for the time being if you are looking to purchase Murrells Inlet Real Estate weeding through 500 plus listings could be quite a task for any buyer without the help of a buyer agent. Searching listings online is for most the beginning of finding a piece of Murrells Inlet Real Estate. Hiring a Murrells Inlet buyer agent to work you throughout the process might be a better idea. Copyright©2008 Sandra Bundy, Broker-in-Charge, B&P, Inc. This work may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the express written consent of the Author.
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