Location is critical in real estate. So much so that we often need to say it two more times for emphasis. So, seeing Charleston, SC, and Charlotte, NC, make the top 10 of Southern Living’s The South’s Best Cities 2022 makes us happy. Really, we’re “happy, happy, happy.” Though, of course, we already knew these were great places to be.
Southern Living’s “The South’s Best 2022” celebrates “the people, places, and communities that make our home more vibrant than ever.” The publication lets readers vote annually in several categories and shares the results in splashy spreads in the magazine and online. In the sixth annual roundup, Charleston and Charlotte come out looking stunning — as we’d expect them to.
Southern Living describes the South’s Best Cities as “hubs of excitement and entertainment,” and notes, “there’s so much to do in each one of these cities, you might just have to stay a little while longer.” We’d suggest moving here!
The Queen City is a “city with charm to spare,” readers are told as the magazine highlights:
Southern Living readers admire “its picturesque streets and vibrant dining scene.” Visitors are recommended to
We’d add to that list. We’ve written about:
There are many reasons to move to Charleston, including:
Moving to Charleston lets you enjoy Lowcountry living while choosing a quality home with a chic, modern design.
Myrtle Beach, SC, earned the #4 spot on The South’s Best Family Getaways 2022. The magazine credits this new Saussy Burbank location with access to “miles and miles of beaches with room to roam.” The writers also note, “Myrtle Beach has as its calling card a beachfront boardwalk with eateries, arcades, a Ferris wheel (one of the tallest in the United States), and an old-fashioned amusement park called Family Kingdom.”
That’s part of the appeal for Myrtle Beach residents too. They know they’re finding their new home in an area where friends and family will want to visit them!
Not used to seeing Myrtle Beach on Saussy Burbank’s blog? Well, we’re excited to be among the three builders selected for SayeBrook, a new community encompassing nearly 730 acres two miles from the Atlantic Ocean.
SayeBrook’s 1,700 homes are being developed as a “true community – a legacy for the family and the Grand Strand.” Construction is set to begin this year, so we’ll be sharing more about that along the way.