The Myrtle Beach metro area, commonly referred to as the Grand Strand, has over 60 miles of wide, soft sandy beaches. With that much beautiful oceanfront and the recent recession, you’d think there would be ample oceanfront land available for development or residential construction.
Unfortunately, that is not the case. Oceanfront land inventory in Myrtle Beach is at an all-time low. And though prices have risen and are high by local standards, they’re still below pre-recession levels and still represent some of the best oceanfront land values in the United States.
If you’re thinking about building your oceanfront dream home in Myrtle Beach your opportunities are limited. This past year has seen a surge in the construction and sale of million dollar oceanfront homes. With only a few “prime” residential oceanfront locations available, now is the time to act.