North Myrtle Beach, SC — October 14, 2008 — Rick Elliott, President of Elliott Realty, recently announced that the firm has opened a new office located at 706 48th Ave S in the Windy Hill Section of North Myrtle Beach. A Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on October 8th.
"Even in these tough economic times, we are looking toward the future and have confidence in our community. When the businesses of our community hurt, the people hurt as well. We take great pride in attracting customers to the area that will live, work, play and eventually retire here and will ultimately improve the quality of life" said Mr. Elliott. "Our new office is a vision that we saw in cooperation with the property owner, Mr. Morgan Lewis.Instead of developing another high rise on this property, we saw the beauty of the building with its gorgeous marsh views, and decided that it would be best suited to use the existing office to best serve our customers and aesthetically keep the natural beauty of the property intact. "
"The new office symbolizes our commitment to the local economy and our community" said Senator Dick Elliott, founder of Elliott Realty. He attributes part of the company's success to a great relationship with the City of North Myrtle Beach, its residents and officials and the surrounding communities. "Our vacation rental division collects hospitality and accommodation taxes that are paid for by tourists. Those taxes go to the City, County and State for assistance in funding Fire & Police that serve and protect our residents and visitors, and fitness & aquatic centers. The taxes we collect from visitors also help keep our property taxes low. We love the community that we have lived and worked in for many years, and we look forward to more economic diversification coupled with strong tourism that will make this an even better place to live and work" stated Senator Elliott.
Elliott Realty specializes in vacation rentals, real estate sales, and golf packages. Elliott Realty's main office is located at 401 Sea Mountain Highway in North Myrtle Beach.For additional information, go to www.elliottrealty.com
A North Myrtle Beach City Ordinance, passed in the summer of 2007, prohibits items on the beach overnight. Be sure to keep this in mind before leaving that cabana out overnight. Except for municipal beach service equipment, it is unlawful for any person to leave upon, put, place or set an equipment including but not limited to, chairs, umbrellas, windbreakers, surfboards, air floats, life rafts, tents, cabanas, pavilions, volleyball nets, etc. between the ours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:30 a.m., or to build or erect any fence or other that will obstruct, impede or retard the free and unconstrained use and occupancy of the public beach by the public or so as to interfere or obstruct any maintenance operation of the beach.
Violations of this ordinance can result in a penalty of up to 30 days in jail and/or a fine up to $500 plus court costs.