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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a coastal city of 27,000-plus residents with the feel of a much larger metropolis. Myrtle Beach has numerous condominiums for sale in a variety of sizes and neighborhoods. You can find these beautiful two- and three-bedroom condos in both modern high-rises and smaller, more intimate buildings. There are also single-family homes available in some parts of the city.

Pine Lakes Estates is one community in Myrtle Beach that hosts many single-family homes. These houses have anywhere from three to five bedrooms and are located near the Pine Lakes Country Club. North Beach Plantation offers condominiums with ocean views. They come in all different sizes, and residents have access to indoor and outdoor pools, outdoor cabanas and bars, a full service spa and two tower restaurants on site. Another great location is Grande Dunes, a 2,200-acre planned community. This high-end community is divided into several different neighborhoods, each with its own unique style. Kingston Plantation is another community that encompasses beach living with all the best amenities. The Canterbury Court Villas come with garages, and screened porches allow residents to relax in comfort and style. Condo owners in Richmond Park Villas have access to a large community pool and a lake for fishing.

There are a number of large employers and a variety of career options available in Myrtle Beach. The largest employer in the city is the Horry County School District, which employs more than 5,200 people. Coastal Carolina University is another major employer in the education field at just over 1,200 employees. Other industries include medical, pharmacy, law and financial. Nearly 14 million people visit Myrtle Beach each year, opening the doors for careers in a variety of fields including hospitality, retail sales and food service. The greater Myrtle Beach metropolitan area has just under 500,000 residents, providing ample job opportunity for the young professionals and families who make the city their home.

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