North Myrtle Beach home prices second most expensive in South Carolina

dbryant@thesunnews.comDecember 28, 2012 

North Myrtle Beach is the second most expensive place in South Carolina to buy a house, according to Coldwell Banker Real Estate’s 2012 Home Listing Report.

The average listing price for a four-bedroom, two bathroom house in North Myrtle Beach is $373,710, second to the $378,164 average price in Mount Pleasant, according to the real estate agency’s survey of 40 S.C. markets. The average price is $243,347 in Murrells Inlet, $221,367 in Little River and $191,810 in Myrtle Beach.

The average price nationally for a four-bedroom, two bathroom house is $292,152, according to Coldwell Banker’s report.

Los Altos, Calif., is the country’s most expensive market, where the average listing price for a four-bedroom, two bathroom house is $1,706,688. The most affordable market is Redford, Mich., where a similar house is listed for an average $60,490.

The report analyzed more than 72,000 home listings on coldwellbanker.com in more than 2,500 markets in the United States between January to June.

Contact DAWN BRYANT at 626-0296 or at dbryant@thesunnews.com or follow her at Twitter.com/TSN_dawnbryant.

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