Hank Thomas

Hank brings many years of real estate experience and local knowledge to his company. Having lived in North Myrtle Beach since 1956, Hank may be considered a native. 'My love for this area runs deep. My family came to the beach when just a few beach homesdotted the oceanfront and long before anyone had conceived of the idea of a condominium. It's difficult to imagine today that after Labor Day the beach looked like a ghost town. Everyone disappeared except a handful of locals.

He is an active real estate developer, and served in 2002-2004 as the President of the Grand Strand Board of Realtors. In 2004 the board recognized him as the 'Realtor of the Year'. Hank is member of the National Association of Realtors and currently serves as Regional Vice President for the South Carolina Association of Realtors. He is a Rotarian and is a member of the North Myrtle Beach City Planning Commission.

'I'm proud of our CENTURY 21 Thomas sales team. We have some top-notch sales people in our company. In March of 2004 we were awarded by CENTURY 21 as the #1 top producing CENTURY 21 company in both North and South Carolina and received the GRAND CENTURION award designation in 2005. I work with some of the best sales associates on the beach and everyday they make coming to work a real joy.'
Conway, SC
Real Estate Market Information
Homes Owned: 4,339
Homes Rented: 2,854
Median Home Price: $127,500
Area Schools: 15
Best Score: 5/10
Average Score: 2.7

Service Areas

North Myrtle Beach Regional Office

625 Sea Mountain Highway, North Myrtle Beach SC 29582

Conway, SC

Take a closer look

Closest Airport
Myrtle Beach International
Closest College
COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
Closest Major Sports Team
MYRTLE BEACH PELICANS (A)
Closest Junior College
HORRY-GEORGETOWN TECHNICAL CLG-CONWAY

Demographic Data | Conway, SC

Median Age: 34.14
Married: 30%
Households: 7,193

Overview

Population by Sex
9,016 Male
10,311 Female

Occupancy Types
996 Vacant
4,339 Owned
2,854 Rented

Employment

White/Blue Collar Jobs
34% White Collar
66% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
92% Drive
2% Public Transportation
4% Walk/Bike/Other
1% Work from Home