Whether you’re buying a starter home in Market Common or selling your raised beach house in Garden City (or both), your success will likely depend on finding a knowledgeable and dedicated, full-time real estate agent.

I’m Deb Lewis and I am committed to providing my clients with professional services based on my experience, knowledge and skills.

I’ve filled this website with tips, ideas and know-how to help you quickly understand how to navigate the fast-paced Myrtle Beach real estate market.

Many people find shopping for a home stressful frustrating and time-consuming. My goal is to make this a fun and exciting experience while making the process as smooth as possible.

If you’re selling click here to learn more about the process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.

If you’re buying click here to discover how to find your next dream home and get it, without overpaying.

I specialize in the Myrtle Beach real estate market with more than eleven years of experience. Any time you want information on the Myrtle Beach market or are considering buying or selling your Myrtle Beach property – contact me. There’s no obligation.

I’m looking forward to being your real estate advisor.

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Dealing With A Home Inspection Issue

As you may know, it’s common to include a home inspection as a condition of an offer you make. It protects you from issues that you might not otherwise see during a viewing. What do you do if the home inspector finds something wrong? The inspector might find a leak in ...

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Home Shopping And The Four-Legged Stool

What kind of stool is most likely to keep you from toppling over when you sit on it? Of course, two-legged stools won’t even stand on their own. Three-legged stools are okay, but still unstable. Four-legged stools are rock solid. What does that have to do with shopping for a new ...

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Should You Worry About Market Fluctuations?

You turn on the television and watch a news story about housing prices going down. Then you receive a flyer in the mail about a property around the corner that sold for a decent price. Next you read a newspaper article about the housing market on the upswing again. It’s a ...

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Shop for Insurance Before You Close

After purchasing a new home, buyers are often focused on securing a good mortgage, hiring a reputable moving company, and preparing for moving day. Those are all important. Just don’t forget about home insurance! It’s an easy detail to miss. If you wait until the last minute to make those arrangements, ...

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