Guides

    • Pawleys Island

      Often described as “arrogantly shabby,” Pawleys Island offers a casual and simplistic lifestyle that appeals to its most diverse population. Located 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach and 70 miles…

    • DeBordieu Colony

      According to local legend, the name ‘DeBordieu’ was given to this area by the Marquis de Lafayette when he landed here in 1777 and exclaimed ‘This land is so beautiful,…

    • Prince George

      Prince George, a unspoiled, 1,900-acre, gated community in Pawleys Island SC, extends across highway 17 and consist of an ocean community (Prince George Ocean) and a riverfront community (Prince George…

    • Georgetown

      Mere miles and whole worlds from amusement parks, high-rises, theatres, and sprawling shopping malls, the historic city of Georgetown rises in antebellum grace. Established in 1732, Georgetown is South Carolina’s…

    • Litchfield Beaches

      Looking to relocate along South Carolina’s Grand Strand coastline can lead to a satisfied decision of finding a home in Litchfield Beach. Bordered by wildlife sanctuaries, Huntington State Park to…

    • Murrells Inlet

      From creeknfront mansions to cozy condominiums, the “Seafood Capital of South Carolina” provides a beautiful home and happy lifestyle for everyone. Originally a bustling port town during the early history…

    • Myrtle Beach

      With an estimated 14 million visitors each year and over 30,000 residents, Myrtle Beach has become one of the most popular beach destinations, hosting tourists from all over the United…

    • Surfside/Garden City

      Located just a short 8 and 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach, the neighboring towns of Surfside Beach and Garden City Beach offer the perfect combination of city entertainment and…

    • Waterfront

      The Low Country is defined as the low-lying coastal plains region of South Carolina and Georgia. For over 200 years, water has defined the life and economy of the area.…