Category - Relocation

Disability Services in the Myrtle Beach Area

Wednesday, December 20, 2017 12:00 PM by VisitMyrtleBeach SC

The Horry County Disabilities and Special Needs Board (HCDSNB) supports residential and vocational programs, adult activity centers, early intervention, respite and case management for those with special needs. A variety of residential programs are available, such as two eight-bed facilities, ten four-bed facilities, one 10-unit apartment complex and an independent living program. New Ideas Industries is the day services component of the HCDSNB, with a work activities center in both Conway and Loris. These facilities offer support center…

Opening a Business in the Myrtle Beach Area

Wednesday, December 20, 2017 12:00 PM by VisitMyrtleBeach SC

The Climate is Great. Wish Your Business was Here! You’re just plain sick and tired of the cold and the snow. The heavy tax burden that so erodes your income has become unbearable. And dealing with governmental red tape is driving you mad. If this sounds like your situation, you are not alone. Many business owners and would-be proprietors are motivated by similar issues to pack up and head to the sunny south, where the business climate is warm and inviting. Finding the resources that provide guidance and support to entrepreneurs, whether they…

Living Like A Local in the Myrtle Beach Area

Wednesday, December 20, 2017 12:00 PM by VisitMyrtleBeach SC

Even as a visitor, living like a local in the Myrtle Beach area can be a cinch, especially with the multitude and variety of beach homes and condos so many families choose to stay in while on vacation. But for those interested in making the Myrtle Beach area their new home or second home, an insiders guide on how to live like a local in the Myrtle Beach area can be helpful. We’ve tried to round up the top ten things you can do to ‘live like a local’ in the Myrtle Beach area below. Invest in Flip-Flops. Even when you live in the Myrtle Beach…

Houston, TX (October 11, 2016) – Myrtle Beach, SC, has been selected a top retirement destination by Where to Retire, the only magazine in America geared toward helping people with retirement relocation decisions. Myrtle Beach is profiled in a feature titled “7 Low-Cost Cities” in the November/December 2016 issue, available nationwide today. Where to Retire Editor Annette Fuller said the annual low-cost cities feature is for those who want un-plundered financial accounts and no shortchange in lifestyle. “Many places across the country have…

Myrtle Beach was included as one of the great places to retire in the south on Nasdaq.com. The southern states can give you a lot of comfort in your retirement. In many desirable locations, the mild climate and natural offerings can help get you out and active all year long. You can also enjoy lower-than-average living costs and great tax advantages in the majority of destinations in both the southwest and southeast regions of the U.S. Read more >>…

To those looking at relocating, the Myrtle Beach area offers a wealth of options in real estate, education, health care and amenities. In the past, websites such as NerdWallet.com have listed the Myrtle Beach area as one of the best places in South Carolina to start a business. Others, like TripAdvisor, cite the region as one of the best destinations for homeowners to rent out their home. “The Myrtle Beach community offers great tax incentives and a number of support programs, in addition to affordable health care, exceptional award-winning…

Myrtle Beach is ranked No. 2 on TripAdvisor’s list of the 13 best destinations for homeowners to rent out their home. Homeowners in Myrtle Beach have an average weekly earnings potential of $762.80, according to the rankings. “A number of our visitors enjoy the option of renting a beautiful beachside home for their stay, and the Myrtle Beach area has plenty of properties from which to choose,” said Brad Dean, president and CEO of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. “Visitors benefit from the large selection, and the homeowners do as…