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Myrtle Beach Real Estate
Post date: 05/14/2013
There are many thing that might indicate a bad house, but what are those things? If only someone had a ... list of sorts to help find out. Well that's where we are here to help. Whether you are thinking of buying, or selling and want to know what to look for ... this list is for you!
So the list is as follows:
- Cracked heater exchange
- Failing air-conditioning compressor
- Environmental hazards including radon, water contamination, asbestos, lead paint,
- and underground storage tanks
- Moisture in the basement
- Defective roofing and/or flashings
- Insect infestation -- termites or carpenter ants
- Mixed plumbing
- Aluminum wiring
- Horizontal foundation cracks
- Major house settlement
- Undersized electrical system
- Chimney settling or separation
Now, there is no specific order to this list. These are all bad signs that would indicate a house you don't want to be part of. To be fair, most of these can be fixed, but the costs can be downright awful. The important part is to make sure that you include a back-out in the contract if conditions are that bad. You don't want to be stuck with a clunker! So an important step to take: Hire an inspector.
Shell out the good money to get a qualified one. $300-$500 will be around the cost, but it will be WELL worth it. Considering just a new AC unit will cost a few grand. So hire an inspector, and bring the results to the sellers. If you feel that's it's substantial, back out. A lot more times than less, sellers will pay for the cheapest fixup, and will run you issues down the road!
So to wrap this up, understand the back out section to the contract, and hire an inspector to do a thorough survey of the property!... Read More
Post date: 05/08/2013
Many people ask us a lot of questions about the if's, how's and what's for moving to Myrtle Beach. We decided to dedicate an article for packing up and moving down to Myrtle Beach!
Now this is probably obvious to anyone, but it's more in depth than most people give credit. Important steps are to make sure you take a good long walk through the new house. It's easy to over estimate size and bring too much stuff. The ideal thing to do would be to take pictures, and plan ahead of time where you want most things. Mainly do this for larger items, smaller items will be easier to figure out what to do with.
Also while you are at the house, make sure to take pictures of everything if you plan on renting/leasing. It sucks when leaving a place, and they try to nickel and dime you over everything. Don't be the victim, take pictures before hand as proof!
Do it yourself, or hire someone?
This is always a big question. The question is usually preference. Do you want to drive all the way to your new place? Are you going to be able to afford to pay someone to move your stuff? We don't have a decisive answer, but our suggestion would be to pay someone. Take the stress out of moving! For a few extra dollars, make sure to pay for insurance on your truckload of stuff. This is a necessity, because if a tv falls and shatters, it's no fun regretting that you didn't pay insurance!
The great thing about movers, they help you move it all to a truck, they take it across country, and help unload it all! It's a pain moving all that heavy furniture. Why not get people who do it for a living?
However it's not a bad thing to do it yourself! It's great to save money, and you don't have to stress someone else with you family belongings. Make sure to budget it out properly if you plan on driving, and always round up. If you don't budget properly, you may be in a world of hurt once done.
Consult your realtor.
This can't be stressed enough! A realtor is here to help you throughout the process! Don't worry about asking the wrong questions - because there are none! Make sure to have your realtors contact information, and to let them know about anything that bothers you with the house. They will know the necessary steps to take, and will guide you through any process!
For now those are our tips, and make sure to stay tuned for more guides on Myrtle Beach and it's Reality!
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Post date: 04/30/2013
Myrtle Beach is a beautiful town, prone to the weather from time to time. However many people who decide to move here can get lost in how to protect themselves from things such as mold, weather damage, etc.
We've compiled a short list to get you started in the right direction for your Myrtle Beach home, or prime piece of real estate. First thing is first, contact your insurance agency. Make sure to clarify what it is that your insurance plan actually covers. Many homeowners have been left in the dark from assumptions of coverage, when in reality, there is less coverage than they paid for.
A prime example is insurance to cover mold. How protected are you? The issue lies in the fact that mold is usually hidden, and insurance companies will only cover it for so many days. An average is fourteen days. So if you don't discover it in that time, you're on the hook to pay for any damages. Make sure to get anything in writing, and to have all (important) items in your house documented. This way there is no if, ands, or buts. An 'extended' flood insurance might be beneficial considering regular flood insurance has a cap of $100,000 for personal homes. That will more than likely not pay for everything, so extended flood insurance will.
Those are just a few tips for people moving onto the coast and wanting to protect their home, and savings!
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Post date: 04/19/2013
There is a lot of confusion in the market currently as to what to do, which has caused quite a mix of misunderstanding of the Real Estate Market. So today we're here to clear up some thing, and give tips for picking the best time to buy and sell.
Don't Overestimate Value
Firstly please take your agents advice on selling price. Many people have tried riding the wave of rising prices and selling their property for too high of a price. Also, this may cause your house to sit, and it's not a valuable strategy to have a house grow stagnant on the market. A good tactic is to start off at a reasonable price and take in many offers, then let the price rise on it's own, as people push up the price for the property.
Give Your House a Face-lift
Too many times sellers forget to fix up small issues with their homes. Every small detail has an impact on a buyer, and shows that you don't care for your property, and you more than likely didn't care when you lived in it. So make sure to fix small things, lights, holes, cracks, etc. Make it a home someone wants to move into, and be happy being there. Many people are already squeezing their wallets for every extra dollar to pay for the property, so small fixes are a sign of good faith, and to a buyer shows the house was probably in some good condition to move into.
This point goes with the previous one, but is a bit off the mark. Many people forget we are in the age of technology, and with that many people will use websites, apps, etc to see your listing. Do yourself a favor and hire a professional photographer to snap pictures of the house, as this will boost the selling price thus making your money back. A study by Realtor.com finds that 90% of people judge a listing based by web appeal first. So if your listing is bad online, don't expect many offers!
Include Your Agent in EVERYTHING
It's easy to get conned by others who will try and appraise your home for a low price. If you have an agent with you in the process it's a lot more safe of a process so you don't get undersold! This is happening because of old data, that can be months old! Also make sure to inform your agent of any important decisions to make sure it's a smart move and not gonna impact the homes value.
These are just a few bits of information. For more make sure to contact your agent or find one here.
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Post date: 04/05/2013
There is an interesting website in development, that we happened to step on today. It is known as WikiRealty . I'm sure at this point you're asking "and why should I care?". With the influx of people moving to Myrtle Beach, because of the Myrtle Beach Real Estate and construction markets picking up, it's there is a need to know the identity of Myrtle Beach.
By Identity, we mean what the actual local town is about, along with tactics of buyers, sellers, and the Real Estate professionals. This website will serve as a connection to these three people, in the form of crowd sourcing. For those unsure of what crowd sourcing is, it's the act of getting a community to contribute information on a certain "topic".
The main reason we are talking about this site today, is because of the great effect it will have on the housing market here. There will be no confusion, and people can expect honest (hopefully) answers from a community driven listing site. It will be interesting to see how this takes effect, and what comes of it, but there is no sure fire way to know how it will work out. There are already many websites that do something similar and may trump Real Estate this Wikipedia. So make sure to be part of this community, and pay a visit to the site. The site is not complete yet, but they expect to have beta testing soon! Exciting news for the world of Real Estate down here in Myrtle Beach.... Read More
Post date: 03/26/2013
Our hearts go out to the victims of these recent wildfires. There was over one-hundred homes burned to the ground, leaving many families no time to grab personal belongings. Insurance agencies have began to attempt to help these victims pick up their lives after this incident. State Farm has been the biggest support in situation, and are pushing out more agents to help accommodate victims of the fire.
Please do make sure if you got damage from the fire, keep receipts from any purchases you have to make for repairs. You can push to get reimbursed, but you would obviously need sufficient proof that you needed it for repairs. Also make sure to check in with your insurance company if anyone comes to your door claiming to be from your insurance company or hired by. This is the time for scams, and as sad as it is, be proactive.
Make sure to also take pictures of damage, just to document the process. It is unclear how this fire and destruction will have an impact on the housing/renting apartment, but time only time can tell what the aftermath of this was. So once again, our heart goes out to the victims of the fires, and hopefully all of it can be sorted to help the victims out.... Read More
Post date: 03/20/2013
For a while, Myrtle Beach (like most of the nation) had been caught up in a housing slump. Home values were slipping, and demands for housing was down, and things started to look a bit unstable. However, the Myrtle Beach housing market is getting life once again!
Single Family homes are up 16% from February 2012, and the sales prices have made a come back from $160,000 to $175,000 in January! However with all this an interesting problem has arisen from all this ... Builders and Realtors are having an extremely hard time keeping up with the demands for new housing. Although not your average run of the mill problem, it has certainly sparked some controversy in the Real Estate realm.
The main issue is the restrictions imposed on builders making it difficult to build many homes at a time. Banks are hesitant to give the clear on loans, and a lot still comes into play when applying for one. For instance debt to income, is an important factor taken into consideration when applying. It is in our hopes that Myrtle Beach lenders will loosen up on restrictions to allow Myrtle Beach to keep flourishing!
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Post date: 03/05/2013
Here are some very good tips for sellers who are looking to sell their home:
- Make sure your home has curb appeal. Keep the lawn manicured add a pop of color with flowers.
- Make sure the inside of your home is neat and organized. Make sure it is not cluttered.
- Remove the.... Read more Myrtle Beach real estate tips from Dargan Real Estate.... Read More
Post date: 02/06/2013
We are constantly getting calls and emails asking what is the market doing in Myrtle Beach? Well, things are MOVING! Ever since the election the emails have been pouring in with people looking to buy now. There are so many great deals out there right now and people are....
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Post date: 12/28/2012
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