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Walton Global Acquires Nearly 100 Acres Near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Walton Global, a real estate investment and land asset management company, announced its new land acquisition of 99.76 acres in Conway, South Carolina, near the Myrtle Beach area.

Known as the Todd Tract property and located in central Horry County, the land represents one of the last remaining parcels for residential development near the coastal areas of Myrtle Beach and is intended for single-family homes that promote affordability.

“The Todd Tract property is a favorable plot of land that supports housing demand for a variety of buyers across the first-time buyer and move-up buyer spectrum,” said Mike Doherty, senior vice president of land for Walton Global. “It’s ideal location within Conway offers residents relative affordability for the region and the feel of a small town, while still being just a short drive away from Myrtle Beach and its many attractions.”

The company claims that the property site location is ideal for prospective residents with suitable access to grocery, retail, dining, conveniences, and entertainment offerings. It should also appeal to the region’s top demographics of both retirees and young families. The property is also located near Coastal Carolina University, one of South Carolina state’s major universities.

The Todd Tract property joins Walton Global’s seven additional assets throughout South Carolina and follows closely on Walton’s recent land sale to D.R. Horton. Additionally, as previously reported by The DI Wire, the company also recently launched its North Carolina Growth 1 DST offering.

Walton Global is a privately owned land asset management and real estate investment company with $3.4 billion in assets under management and more than 93,000 acres of land under ownership, management, and administration in the United States and Canada.

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