The biggest thing happening right now in Myrtle Beach is the opening this Spring of Hard Rock Park. Less than 1/2 mile away are some new Villas - Fountain Pointe, and they seem to be reasonably priced. Look at their website at: http://fountainpointevillas.com
From the press section of their site:
By now, everyone is aware of the problems that have plagued the real estate market. The effects of the sub-prime mortgage crisis have been felt all across the country. But behind every boom and bust cycle, thereâ€™s always another wave of opportunity waiting. And nowhere is that opportunity more promising than in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Over the past decade, growth has defined the area. The Myrtle Beach of 10 years ago would be almost unrecognizable today. Vast tracts of undeveloped land have transformed into vibrant sections of the community. Yet, for as much as the city has already changed, thereâ€™s a strong sense that things are just getting started. Major projects, unlike any the area has ever seen, are nearly complete and promise to shape the economic landscape for decades to come.
Everywhere you look, new life is springing up in old areas. Developments like the Market Common, with its â€œurban villageâ€ style combining residential and retail areas, are leading the way in Myrtle Beachâ€™s shift from a seasonal to a year-round destination. And the Hard Rock Theme Park off of Highway 501 has punctuated the areaâ€™s inland growth. An explosive economic environment is taking shape. And promising opportunities for anyone looking to invest are coming into focus.
The chance to invest in property around a world-class attraction before it opens doesnâ€™t come around often. The Hard Rock Theme Park will soon draw thousands of visitors with its amphitheater, roller coasters and restaurants. And the Fountain Pointe Villas put luxury living within walking distance of it all. Real estate is about location. Investment is about timing. And right now, Fountain Point Villas offer the best of both.