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PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2013 5:51 pm 
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Hi i currently live in Indiana but my husband and I are considering moving to myrtle beach next year and I wanted to know if they have any kind of extended stay hotels or whats the best way to find a place to live? I have moved to south carolina in the past but cant remember how i did it! We have very little money and want to know what the best way to go about moving in such short time. our lease is up march 31 and i dont even know where to start. please help!


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:50 pm 
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Hi, beachgirl! Welcome to our message board.

We do have some extended accommodations here:

Suburban Extended Stay
http://www.suburbanhotels.com/hotel-myr ... lina-SC316

Value Place
http://www.valueplace.com/extended-stay ... -Beach-SC/

Affordable Suites
http://www.affordablesuites.com/afforda ... -sc-hotel/

Extended Stay Hotel - list from hotels.com
http://www.hotels.com/de1447135-br94/ex ... -carolina/

Staying at an extended hotel should give you some time to look around the Grand Strand and decide where you want to settle. Many people also rent apartments before deciding on a permanent location, but that usually requires a longer time commitment.

Best wishes on your decision to move to the beach. Since this forum began back in 2002, we have had several people who made the decision to move here, and worked to make it a reality.

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