Horry, Georgetown, and Brunswick Counties

Horry County, SC

Well known for our beach and golf tourism, the Myrtle Beach MSA has evolved into an international destination with 13.8 million visitors annually. With 60 miles of white sandy beach shoreline, 100 acclaimed public golf courses, discount and theme shopping centers as well as world class cuisine, we offer one of the most exciting and diverse tourism experiences possible. Since the area is home to The Carolina Opry, Alabama Theater, The Palace and numerous amusement and theme parks the business of having fun is a primary focus of the local hospitality industry. As such, we attract loyal families to return annually to enjoy their favorite retreats and to discover new ones.

Myrtle Beach has seen continuous growth over the past 25 years making it one of the fastest growth regions of the country. The planned expansion of I-73 corridor from Detroit into Myrtle Beach promises to add easier access to Myrtle Beach to foster greater growth for our economy. If you are considering commercial or development options within the Carolinas, Horry County offers many diverse options for serious considerations.


Georgetown County, SC

Known historically as Colonial Rice Plantation Country, Georgetown carries centuries of early colonial history as the third oldest city of South Carolina. Pawley’s Island is a barrier island which was a colonial beach retreat established before the revolution! Rice planters maintained summer homes there to escape the heat, insects and humidity of their inland plantations. Because of its tranquil beauty many tycoons of the last century established family enclaves here. The Vanderbilt’s, Huntington’s, and Barouche's were prominent property owners who preserved their estates for wildlife, cultural, and research sanctuaries. Thus, Brookgreen Gardens, the largest outdoor sculpture gallery in the United States, was established and surrounded by thousands of acres of scenic low country land.

Placid and serene, Georgetown County offers many of the beach and golfing experiences as Horry County but in a more casual, laid back style. Because the quality of life is so rich, many compare the “Waccamaw Neck” region of Georgetown County to other coastal resort destinations of Hilton Head. As a result, The Communities of Pawley’s Island, Litchield Beach and Murrells Inlet offer a seaside community atmosphere that appeals to families and retirees seeking a piece of earthly heaven. Due to the growth and up-scale demographics of those relocating here this community offers a variety of commercial and development opportunities for astute investors.


Brunswick County, NC

Sandwiched between Myrtle Beach, the tourism capital of the Carolinas, Myrtle Beach, SC and historic Wilmington, NC, Brunswick is evolving with continued development. Many quality golf communities developed during the past 20 years offer citizens and visitors an attractive quality of life experience. As the seventh largest county of the 100 counties in North Carolina, Brunswick has more incorporated municipalities than any other county in the state!