We look forward to providing the Myrtle Beach real estate market with the service and trust that made us stand out in North Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) June 13, 2011
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living is proud to announce the grand opening of their Myrtle Beach office on Thursday, June 16. Located on 1902 Oak St., this new office will encompass real estate within the heart of the Grand Strand. With offices already in North Myrtle Beach, Windy Hill, Ocean Drive, and Crescent Beach; the Myrtle Beach office is poised in expanding the Elliott Realty name. Services include Myrtle Beach real estate listings, seller’s guides, buyer’s guides, relocation materials as well as complete property listings in Myrtle Beach, SC. A full service real estate firm combining several knowledgeable local real estate agents with research and marketing tools that are unrivaled around, continues the Elliott tradition in maintaining all their clients' needs.
When asked about the addition, CEO Brian Griffin commented, “It is very exciting times here at Elliott Coastal Living. We look forward to providing the Myrtle Beach real estate market with the service and trust that made us stand out in North Myrtle Beach. The Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate franchise has provided support and revolutionary strategies that has allowed Elliott Coastal Living to grow during any type of market.”
Mr. Griffin added that there are plans in place to launch virtual offices for Brunswick and Georgetown County soon after the Myrtle Beach office.
Join the celebration at their new location (1902 Oak St.) on Thursday, June 16th at noon for the ceremonial ribbon cutting. Guests will include members from the Chamber of Commerce as well as members from the local media.
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living is a division of Elliott Realty. Other divisions include Elliott Beach Rentals whom provide Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach oceanfront condos, beach homes, townhouses, and other vacation rental throughout the Grand Strand.