2020, That’s all folks!

2020 was quite a year! I’m happy to report we exceeded our goals and expectations, despite the setbacks all small business owners suffered.

The numbers are in. Last year we captured 130 properties, 34 virtual & 3D tours and 2 hurricanes!
2020 was quite a year! – 2020 Instagram Top 9 @GoldStarPhoto
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$20 Off
Real Estate Photography

Special offer to realtors in the Triangle area, announcing our relocation to Durham from Myrtle Beach.

To let my work speak for itself, I am offering new clients $20 off your first listing photography session!

We’ve been in business 5 years and photographed over 500 properties, including 75 virtual 3D tours & video walkthroughs.

Collector’s Cafe Catches Fire

We had already heard the fire engines from our home, 5 blocks away, when a call from the newsroom came in. That’s never a good sign.

Collectors Cafe & Gallery was damaged in a fire on July 16. Myrtle Beach fire crews worked to battle the blaze near 77th Avenue North. THE SUN NEWS, MYRTLE BEACH – BY PROVIDED BY LAUREN EMPEY
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“Your marketing rocked! I got two calls from the video.”

Lori Lentz-Widner Real Estate
This new listing hit the market with our branded photo & video package, skyrocketing it’s online traffic, producing real results.
In less than 24 hours, the realtor had multiple offers to present and was under contract. Only 14 days later, the homeowners closed and walked away with every penny of their asking price, 200k!
Want your listings to sell faster?
We consistently deliver incredible results.
To get SOLD, Go with GOLD!
281 Nature Trail, Little River, SC 29566 – MLS 2001208

Happy 4th Anniversary Gold Star!

2019 was our biggest year yet with more than 100 new listings.
2020 will be even bigger!

404 Listings
  48 Virtual Tour Videos
  40 clients
  20 in first 20 days of 2020

2019 (c) Gold Star Creative
2019 Instagram Top 9 @GoldStarPhoto

Thank you to all our clients and mentors (who are often both at the same time), together we push each other to new heights.

Feature: Myrtle Beach Bounces Back from Dorian

‘What’s Dorian?’: Myrtle Beach back to business as usual after little damage

It was business as usual in Myrtle Beach on Friday following Hurricane Dorian.

Despite the strong winds and flooding the area experienced when Dorian slammed the South Carolina coast on Thursday, residents were out and about on the beach, either soaking up the sun, exercising, seashell hunting or using metal detectors to discover what washed up along the shore.

Photo by Lauren Empey, for The Sun News
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