With an estimated 10,000 baby boomers retiring each day, the Coastal Carolina's represent an attractive destination for Northerners tired of high taxes and low temperatures. 

Both Brunswick County and Myrtle Beach are poised to welcome plenty more boomers due to the region’s pleasing climate, reasonable cost of living and improved housing market, with developers and Realtors inviting prospective retirees to come on down, look around and buy into the market.

While the cost of living for retirees in Myrtle Beach stood at 3.5 percent below the national average according to a recent analysis by Kiplinger, an analysis by Forbes places cost of living in both Brunswick County and Myrtle at 1.7 percent above average, still appreciably better than in the North.

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