In the wake of Hurricane Florence, it was very impressive how fast the National Guard, emergency responders, and the whole community pulled together to help and bring aid to the Grand Strand. The Coastal Insider and Real Living Home Realty Group support donations to the Red Cross, and we encourage you to contribute your time and resources as well.
Our front page article this month puts a spotlight on Carolina Forest as well as the ways that the community has rallied in the aftermath of the storm. Be sure to take a look at the ways that the Carolina Forest Civic Association, a non-profit community-driven volunteer organization, is supporting a lot of great advancements in Carolina Forest. This month, they’re hosting a Business Expo to help garner interest in the small businesses in the area, as well as helping them to network with one another while making the services that they offer known to the community. You can find the date and time on their web- site, www.cf-ca.org.
Carolina Forest has been a significant part of Horry County’s growth over the past twenty years, with a lot of national developers participating in that growth. Commercial development has matched the pace of residential expansion, and continues in that market to address community needs. Today, there are retail stores, banks, restaurants, and grocery stores in abundance.
We want people to know about this area, what makes it unique, and how it shapes the fabric of the Grand Strand as a whole. We mention more about the culture as well as statistical facts and data in this month’s Coastal Home Insider. We’re excited to bring attention to this still-developing part of the Grand Strand
As always, we invite your feedback about our paper, and the content that you want to read.
Jim Parker, Co-owner, Coastal Insider & President, Real Living Home Realty Group
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