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The reason why homeowners come to Randy Wallace for their first vacation or retirement home is because he cares. Randy takes the time to get to know you, to understand your wants and needs. And then he works hard so you can find the home you’ve always wanted.
Randy Wallace, New Homes Division Director at Keller Williams in Myrtle Beach and Murrells Inlet, has been active in the greater Myrtle Beach real estate market and the community since moving here permanently in 1977. A native of Marion, South Carolina and a graduate of Wake Forest University, Wallace worked at the beach for many summers before starting his career with a small development firm. He then organized his own firm, Litus Corporation, in 1979 at the age of 24. The company developed a number of oceanfront, golf course, and residential properties during the 1980’s, with offices in Brunswick County, NC; Myrtle Beach and Charleston, SC; and St. Simons Island, GA. In the late 1980’s Wallace sold the Litus name and created CANA Corporation in 1988 to focus more in single-family subdivisions and providing consulting services.
Wallace partnered with a few builder-developers in the early 1990’s to acquire multi-family properties for rental or conversions. In 1993, the group began acquiring land for single-family development, which over the years became the sprawling 900-acre Hunter’s Ridge Plantation success story. In the 2000’s, Wallace expanded CANA’s reach by partnering with and/or representing other local developers to produce single-family neighborhoods and condo-conversion projects throughout Horry County and the Charleston area. In 2011, Wallace invested in the Myrtle Beach Keller Williams franchise and started the Keller Williams New Homes Division and the Cana Development Group Team to bring a new homes focus to this fast-growing real estate franchise, now the largest in the world. The Cana Group has now grown from 4 agents to a bustling team of 12 agents and 2 full-time and 1 part-time staff, while handling on-site sales for several builders and new home communities all over the Grand Strand region.
Born and raised in Conway, SC, this true southern native grew up spending summers running and playing on the golden beaches of the Grand Strand, or boating and tubing on the Intracoastal waterway.
Her vast knowledge of the area, combined with a genuine passion to help others, has been the driving force for her real estate career for nearly 4 years. Her Southern heritage and love of the land can also be attributed to her client’s success in finding the perfect home, time and time again.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, Jessica got her first taste of commercial real estate within her first few months in the business, by selling her first multi-family apartment complex. Since then, she has continued to help investment clients in the identification and acquisition of income-driven properties, with many of these being off-market properties!
When she isn’t busy helping clients buy or sell, Jessica is still real estate-focused. As founder of Real Estate Courier and Safety, LLC, she is constantly looking for ways to improve and innovate the processes involved in the industry. In her spare time, you can find her on the range, working on her golf swing, or on the course fighting for par.
Taylor is from Ansonia, Connecticut, a small town outside of New Haven, CT and 65 miles from New York City. Ansonia is known for its High School Football Program. Taylor was the Captain of the Ansonia High School Football Team in 2006-2007, which went on to win the state championship and achieve the #1 ranking in the state of CT. Taylor went on to Springfield College in Massachusetts to pursue Football and study Exercise Science – Athletic Performance and Coaching. He graduated in 2011 with his Bachelors of Science.
After spending most of his life in the Northeast, Taylor took his first career internship with the University of Missouri Tigers as an Athletic Performance Coach in the Spring of 2011. He primarily worked with the Football program but assisted with as many other sports as he could. In 2012, Taylor took a more specific role pursuing Football with the University of Maryland Terrapins. After spending the spring with the new coaching staff at Maryland, Taylor took his first lead role as an Assistant with Coastal Carolina University which landed him in Conway, South Carolina.
Taylor took the role as Assistant Coach with Coastal Carolina University in July of 2012, where he joined his mentor from the University of Missouri who took the Director spot and Coach Joe Moglia, the new head football coach in 2012. After his first year at CCU, Taylor was promoted to Assistant Director of Athletic Performance. In that role, Taylor was directly responsible for Football & Baseball at CCU, as well as overseeing Volleyball, Lacrosse, Track & Field and Men’s Tennis. As Assistant Director of the Staff, Taylor was responsible for assisting with Staff Meetings and Staff Development along with the Management, Marketing and Technology. He also developed the Pro-Player Development Program for former CCU Athletes who were in the NFL or MLB, or pursuing a professional career. From 2012 to 2016, Taylor was the Director of the NFL Pro Days for Coastal Football.
In 2016, Taylor decided to leave CCU to pursue opening a business inspired by some of the work done during his time in the NCAA. The original plan was to bring Myrtle Beach it’s first Sports Performance Facility. His passion was to help his athletes achieve their dreams and goals. After speaking with a handful of former athletes turned professionals, they joined up in downtown Myrtle Beach to create Myrtle Beach High Performance Center. Later known as MBHPC, the facility became the premier location for not just professional athletes, but a headquarters for Horry County Collegiate Athletes, Horry County High School Athletes and eventually a destination for NCAA teams traveling to the area. MBHPC was the location for CCU teams following the hurricane, as well as the Universities of Maryland, Virginia Tech, Kansas State, Washington to name a few. MBHPC was not only the location for premier athletes, but it later became a spot for premier people. The facility opened its doors to everyday athletes in Horry County, which sparked a vibrate community of individuals and families from the area. Taylor attributes the incredible success in such a short time to his amazing partners, incredible staff and his outstanding clients turned friends and family. In 2020, Taylor and his partners decided to part ways and pursue individual passions.
In 2021, Taylor pursued his Real Estate License in the state of South Carolina. After passing the exam, Taylor found his way to SC Beach Real Estate in North Myrtle Beach. Taylor hit the ground running right away, working with residential and condominiums, as well as investors looking for properties in the Grand Strand. He attributes his early success in real estate to Lynn Blevins, Larry & Linda Willis and the BIC David Willis. Taylor has lived in Myrtle Beach for 10 years, and now finally, calls North Myrtle Beach his home for the future. Taylor has lived all along the Grand Strand from Pawleys Island all the way up to North Myrtle Beach. He believes this is only the beginning for Myrtle Beach. He sees Myrtle Beach being the next, leading Metropolitan community of the Great United States of America. His next venture will be pursuing commercial real estate, as well as working with business consulting and development. Lets make Myrtle Beach Great.