Daily Real Estate Deal in Myrtle Beach South Carolina

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1285 Stalvey Ave.,  Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29577
Price: $69,900
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.00
FORECLOSURE! BANK OWNED! Handy-Man Special! This home has good bones and needs a loving family!  Big Fenced In Back Yard w/Mature Landscaping! Large Back Deck! Located in Establish View Details
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Listing courtesy of Tracy Turner of RE/MAX Ocean Forest
202 N 70th Ave 702,  Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29572
Price: $58,900
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.00
Great location in St Clements Unit has a great oceanview. Sold AS-IS. View Details
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Listing courtesy of Timothy Gabriel of Gabriel Financial Real Estate
2315 Lodge I 2315,  Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29572
Price: $67,000
Bathrooms: 1.00
Be a part of one of Myrtle Beach’s premier oceanfront communities.  Ocean Creek has 57 acres of beautiful grounds on the ocean across from Barefoot Landing.  Close to shopping, res View Details
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Listing courtesy of Jan Rusenko of Leonard Call- Ocean Creek
100 Fountain Pointe Lane 201,  Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29579
Price: $57,900
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.00
Lovely end unit on second floor with lake view.  Close to major highways, golf courses. beach and shopping.  Located in desirable Ocean Bays school district View Details
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Listing courtesy of Barbara Worrell of Carolina Shores Real Estate
100 Fountain Point Lane 201,  Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA 29579
Price: $57,900
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.00
This unit is close to golf courses, entertainment and the beach.  Relaxing lake view.  In desirable Ocean Bays schools View Details
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Listing courtesy of Barbara Worrell of Carolina Shores Real Estate

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Things you should know about your deck-

May is Deck Safety Month.

 Attached is a printable Deck Safety Check Lists DeckSafetyCheck

Deck inspections can be very detailed.  Manufactures (such as Simpson StrongTie) are very specific in the design, materials used in deck construction and installation methods.

Below are just a few examples where decks and balconies can fail from material wear from age or substandard installation.

 

Metal joist hangers supporting the main deck.  Certain chemicals

used to treat wood cause excess corrosion.  Corrosion weakens

the metal supports which cause the deck to fail.

 

Unsupported balconies or multi-level decks have a higher failure rate.

This type of deck should be carefully inspected for wood rot and

fastener failure.  Railings should also be thoroughly inspected.

 

This deck was not secured properly to the house framing. 

Note the support posts were not set in concrete.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding deck or home inspections

Courtesy of

Wayne  D. Jones   Senior Professional Inspector
Buyers Protection Group 

Direct Line: 513-673-5292

Schedule Your Next Inspection: 513-561-3552

1-800-285-3001

mail to:wjones@bpgwi.com

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Further Reasons Why to Buy a home NOW!

 

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Buy Now and Not Later….
 
 
1.   The $8000 or $6500 tax credit available to buyers
2.   Rates will rise at some point in the near future…so first 4 months of the year could be the most ideal time to purchase
3.   FHA proposing to raise upfront mortgage insurance premiums from 1.75% to 2.25% in the very near future
4.   FHA proposing to reduce the amount of seller paid contributions from 6% to 3% (in high cost states this could increase out of pocket to buyers)
5.   Potential further credit tightening by FHA
 
Great time to buy!

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