This Thursday, June 25th, will bring a big bank-owned real estate auction in Myrtle Beach.
According to the announcement in the local paper, there will be fifteen properties auctioned, including North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach condos, and some single family homes in Georgetown, Longs, and Shallotte, North Carolina. Shallotte is about 35 miles north of the state line in Little River, straight up Highway 17. Located in Brunswick County, it's convenient to Ocean Isle, Holden, and Sunset Beaches on the NC coast.
Prospective buyers should come early to view the properties before the auction, and will need $2500 in cash or certified check to buy. The sales will close between 30 to 45 days from the sale, according to a firm spokesperson.
This week is bringing around 120 foreclosed homes to auction in both Carolinas, with the majority of them in Charlotte (26) and Raleigh NC. (24)
Also included in the auctions are Charleston, Hilton Head, and Greenville. SC.
Myrtle Beach foreclosures are starting to level off, and the time to buy for the best deals is quickly running out.
For representation and more information on the Myrtle Beach real estate auctions, contact Richard Brooks at 843-333-0470.
Greenville home buyers can contact Lee Cunningham at 864-679-0707.