Development Plan - North Shore Lake Marion SC

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Real Estate Agent with CENTURY 21 The Moore Group

The proposed development along North Shore Villas and Marina at Lake Marion in Santee SC will be an expansive site offering custom home sites at Polly's Retreat, townhomes, hard & soft trails with fitness stations and leisure areas located along the way.  

While the amenities are extensive at North Shore Villas & Marina, offering a wellness center, club house, tennis court and shelter, as you can see...future development hopes to incorporate a lifestyle environment suitable for any number of housing requirements.   

North Shore Future Development

 Plans are to include a commercial and restaurant site as well!

Contact Tina Goddard for information on the condominiums available at North Shore Villas & Marina or to be added to a list for information on the future development plans.

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Lisa Friedman
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Tina, sounds like a nice project. What price to the condos start at? How far is it from Myrtle Beach?
March 23, 2008 12:31 PM
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Tina Goddard
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Lisa,

Lake Marion and the condos are about 2 hours inland to the southwest of Myrtle Beach.  The units start around $300k - $500k depending on whether they are 2-4 BR, upgrade packages and water view. 

March 23, 2008 02:27 PM
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JOHN KNEECE

About the market in and around Orangeburg SC....  I stated once before that rates have been so low for so long that the general public and some 'Johnny-come-lately' agents are not motivated;  this morning on MSNBC it was stated that while there are still some holes (those were the places where people got greedy and over-built) in the housing GLORY STORY that overall NATIONWIDE home prices were up 2.9%...   this is a good sign for sellers who thought they may never see a good price again- BUT- those buyers who have remained 'on the fence' wating for the market to get better (not what they should have been doing) can now come on out of the woods and fall off of the fences....  still rates remain very low:  I suggest that the buyers will come in groves and when they do they will make loan applications and then we will see rates go up- no magic here-- it is called SUPPLY AND DEMAND-- it is easy for rates to be low when no one wants a loan--  when things get right(er) rates will RISE to the occassion-- bet on it!

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