Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living is very proud of the caliber of beach real estate agents we have recruited and hired to service our clients who are seeking their dream homes to either rent, use as a second home or be their permanent home on the Grand Strand. The Grand Strand is a gorgeous 60-mile stretch of beach from Little River to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina—where our home office is located—and all the way to Pawleys Island.
Each week we will feature one of our North Myrtle Beach real estate agents. This week, we would like to introduce you to Leah Haywood who grew up in Central North Carolina. Her family owned a steak house, the only place in the county that you could brown bag—bring your own adult beverages.
After finishing high school, she attended a Catholic college, graduating third in her class and becoming a labor and delivery (L&D) nurse. She is married to a local contractor who services the North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach areas. She has two handsome boys who are now both college graduates.
After 25 years in L&D, she moved to here and became a Myrtle Beach real estate agent at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living. We were curious as to why she would change careers after 25 years…..
Q: Why did you decide to become a Myrtle Beach real estate agent?
A: I always wanted to be a beach real estate agent. I like helping people find their dream home and I enjoy the flexibility of the hours.
Q: What is your favorite thing about selling Myrtle Beach property?
A: I enjoy spending the majority of my time showing beach property for sell in North Myrtle Beach, Crescent Beach, Windy Hill and Myrtle Beach. The ocean view is always beautiful and I like it when my clients get excited over the beach property for sale that I am showing them.
Q: Why did you decide to choose Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living help people buy and sell real estate in Myrtle Beach?
A: I chose this company because it has a great reputation when it comes to Myrtle Beach real estate, it has wonderful values and is a household name.
Q: What do you need to be a successful North Myrtle Beach real estate agent?
A: Knowledge of North Myrtle Beach real estate and the North Myrtle Beach community.
Q: What do you find most challenging when you accompany prospective clients on tours of beach property for sale and why?
A: Finding them their perfect Myrtle Beach property is the most challenging part of the property tours because I know how important it is for a family to feel at home in what they’re seeing in the houses for sale in Myrtle Beach that they have chosen. When I help them find their home, I want it to be perfect for them.
Q: Do you use social media marketing in your business to reach other Myrtle Beach real estate agents and potential clients?
A: I use Facebook to post listings and articles that would be helpful to prospective clients.
If you would like to get in touch with North Myrtle Beach real estate agent Leah Haywood of Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Elliott Coastal Living, please contact her direct at 843-280-5704.