Thinking of a Move? Once You Visit Myrtle Beach, You'll Want to Stay!

    Ranked the number one beach in America in a 2016 Google Consumer Survey, Myrtle Beach is undoubtedly one of America’s favorite vacation destinations. With all the fun, sun and sand – not to mention a thriving culinary, culture and art scene – why limit your Myrtle Beach area experience to a short vacation? Discover why this growing region is fast becoming the most ideal environment to live, invest and retire! 


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    You mean besides living each day like you're on vacation? There are a lot more reasons why.

    For starters, a low cost of living makes your money go further in Myrtle Beach.

    Find a local expert on the Myrtle Beach area real estate market and you'll get the inside scoop on the area's best options.

    Here are some top tips and resources for planning your move to Myrtle Beach.

    Do the math and see why Myrtle Beach is a great choice.

    Many choose to rent first before buying when moving to the area.

    Learn more about the living in Myrtle Beach.

    Myrtle Beach has great educational choices for families looking to relocate to the area.

    Not only is Myrtle Beach a great place to visit and live, but it's a great place to invest.

    Explore Myrtle Beach Area Communities

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    Myrtle Beach

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    Garden City Beach

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    Murrells Inlet

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    Litchfield Beach

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    Pawleys Island

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    Surfside Beach

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    Atlantic Beach

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    North Myrtle Beach

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    Little River

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    Carolina Forest

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    Opportunities for the perfect vacation are endless in Myrtle Beach, from relaxing on the shore to a variety of shopping, thrilling rides, exciting...

    Located directly south of Surfside Beach, Garden City Beach stretches south to the entry of Murrells Inlet and straddles the county line between Horry...

    Once the lair of the infamous pirate Blackbeard, Murrells Inlet is now widely known as the "Seafood Capital of South Carolina" and is an ideal place...

    Established in 1978, this popular unincorporated beach community took its name from Litchfield Plantation, a lovely rice plantation on the Waccamaw...

    The popular community of Pawleys Island boasts unique shops and restaurants sure to please every palate, but the slower pace encourages spending hours...

    Surfside Beach, known as The Family Beach, has a variety of oceanfront beach homes perfect for large and small family gatherings along with hotels and...

    This small, seaside town continues to be a community rich in heritage and historic identity and hosts events to celebrate the area's culture year...

    North Myrtle Beach is a thriving area and a favorite among tourists. Throughout the year, festivals celebrate everything from St. Patrick's Day to the...

    This small fishing village, located in the northernmost part of the Myrtle Beach area, provides a relaxing, laid-back destination for travelers.

    Historic Socastee is home to one of only 10 swing bridges in the state and the one-of-a-kind T.I.G.E.R.S. Myrtle Beach Safari, a world-renowned...

    Just west of Myrtle Beach, this master-planned community offers some great golfing, dining and shopping opportunities, including Tanger Outlets on the...

    Conway is the county seat of Horry County, and has all the charm and grace you'd expect of an older, Southern town.

    This small Southern town is known for much more, including the popular Aynor Harvest Hoe Down Festival.

    A revitalized downtown offers shopping, dining and southern hospitality. The local farmers market is a feast of fresh produce, home baked goods and...