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Myrtle Beach, SC Home Builders

Listed in alphabetical order below, the Myrtle Beach Area features 23 homebuilders currently building new construction homes in 77 communities.

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RS Parker Homes, Beverly Homes and DR Horton are the three largest builders working in the Myrtle Beach Area. These builders bring their passion for quality to construction to more than 10 Myrtle Beach new home communities each, allowing home shoppers the ability to pick the right builder to make their dream home a reality.

Beachfront living is easy and fun. New home communities in Myrtle Beach are clustered along the coast, through the area. North Myrtle Beach has a major cluster of neighborhood. Sunset Beach, in South Myrtle Beach, has the largest group of new neighborhoods.  

People looking to build a new house in Myrtle Beach can choose from 23 homebuilders to help make their dream home a reality. These Myrtle Beach builders have a passion for quality construction, and have 830 new homes available for sale in 77 Myrtle Beach communities.

Prices for new homes for sale in Myrtle Beach range from $40,630 to $780,000. Because Myrtle Beach has a diverse collection of homebuilders, home shoppers can easily find a builder that has a floorplan they love within their budget.

Large Myrtle Beach homebuilders have large floorplan libraries that encompass a wide range of home styles, and can further customize their plans to meet your needs. Myrtle Beach’s custom homebuilders can also design a beautiful new home for your needs.

Beachy vibes meat traditional East Coast charm in the Myrtle Beach home styles. Pastel siding, accented with stone detailing, shingled siding, and faux shutters, set off these homes. Wide porches let homeowners enjoy Myrtle Beach’s great weather.