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Old 02-27-2008, 03:21 PM
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Yeah, we've got a house in the dunes.. Can't believe how much prices have fluctuated in the area lately... If you have the means to buy one you should. Once the market slump is over, the prices are only going to go up.. Just furnishing ours now, but for the location and price, it can't be beat!!! Once it is all set up we'll probably actively throw it on the market at the 2.5 price, but fully furnished. if times weren't getting tighter, I'd love to hang onto it for a year or two more since I think it's really going to pick up in the dunes.. But I think the whole area is growing, which is a positive thing for the market (which is undervalued I think)...

You can see more photos of the house here grand dunes
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Old 02-27-2008, 09:00 PM
Location: Pawleys Island, SC
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Nice digs! Not exactly my style but very impressive. If you don't mind me asking, what are the property taxes on something like that? And how far from the beach is it? I looked it up on mapquest but it bellasera circle isn't listed.
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Old 02-28-2008, 05:49 AM
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We own waterfront properties, none of which have pillared garages. This architectural style with the gold detailing and spanish baroque will some day be laughed at as so 2003. There are so few really elegant homes in this price range.
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Old 02-28-2008, 10:04 PM
Location: Vacation central.. :)
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From what I've learned recently, you can find high end custom homes in Grande Dunes in the 700K range and up.

Most of the Grande Dunes is a Mediterranean theme, so expect to see barrel tile roofs and natural colored stucco exterior finishes.

Whole heartedly agree with normie71 about the market slump, especially given that real estate, as a whole, is undervalued in Myrtle Beach in comparison with 'like' areas. Why do you think there are so many people from outside the area buying here now?

The condo market seems to be on a slight uptick from what I can tell. It's only a matter of time before the entire housing market begins to level out and gain forward momentum again. If you have the means, buy something now, especially in an area identified as one of the fastest growing areas on the eastern seaboard..

Then again, I'm in real estate.. what do I know? ;-)
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