North Myrtle Beach
While North Myrtle Beach has beautiful sparkling beaches and breathtaking scenery, the communities and citizens of North Myrtle Beach are close and strong. Behind the many tourists who visit North Myrtle Beach each year, is a thriving community with open arms to welcome new residents to the area.
As a new resident of North Myrtle Beach, you’ll enjoy the friendliness and hospitality of your neighbors who also live and work here. Even with all of the many exciting venues and attractions nearby, North Myrtle Beach moves at a slower pace and will truly give your family a peaceful environment to live.
North Myrtle Beach is consistently receiving awards for growth and quality of life. That is why we believe North Myrtle Beach is the perfect place to relocate your family. It is a perfect location to take a long walk on the beach, soak up the sun and scenery almost every day of the year and create memories which are full of life and meaning that will last a lifetime.
North Myrtle Beach residential real estate is in high demand, as relocating retirees, second-home buyers and families looking for oceanfront living at a reasonable price are increasing each year. With a growing number of affordable properties being built throughout North Myrtle Beach, growth and property values are likely to continue on an upward climb. Resorts, gated communities, townhomes and condominiums near the ocean are oftentimes being sold out within the construction stages. North Myrtle Beach has it all.
Courtesy of the North Myrtle Beach Chamber
Little River residents enjoy slower, more serene communities, less traffic, and an escape from the hustle and bustle of the greater Grand Strand.
Yet all the amenities of a larger metropolitan area are a short drive from our peaceful town.
Today Little River is widely known for its deep-sea fishing, charter boats and commercial fishing. One of the sights of the day is to watch fishing and shrimp boats going out in the early morning for the day's catch, with the sun coming up and mist rising from the calm inlet waters.
Little River remains unincorporated, with a 1990 census count of about 4,000 residents, but it is a fast growing community. A new post office, consolidated schools, golf courses, new homes and condominiums, motels and bed-and-breakfast inns attract new residents. Seafood has always been a drawing card, from the days when the Indians came.
Courtesy of the Little River Chamber