Thursday, 23 March 2017

Spring Break is Coming: How to Find the Perfect Beach-Front Home

Written by Posted On Friday, 27 January 2017 16:19

While the snow and cold aren't going away too soon, before you know it, the first signs of spring will appear. You aren't the only one waiting to embark upon a spring-break journey, so you should start to find your beach-front home now. The multitude of options can feel overwhelming, so follow some tips to better define your plans.

Ascertain Your Needs
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Re/Max River & Sea shows that beach-front homes are not all the same. For example, you may want to play a trip with several families to a luxury home that includes a gourmet kitchen and a pool. On the other hand, you may want to get away from campus for a week but are on a limited budget. Therefore, you and your friends are happy to choose a smaller space and to just spend the days on the beach. During this stage of the process, you should also figure out your budget.

Read the Requirements
When you're browsing through some beach-front properties, you may feel inclined to hastily send an inquiry to the owner. As a flood of responses starts to appear in your inbox, you may wish that you took the time to read the requirements for the home. For example, you might discover that a 50 percent deposit is due at the time of booking, but you have only 10 percent available. You may learn that the house is available only to those 25 years of age and older when you and your friends are all still in college. Reading the house policies more closely will allow you to eliminate some of the options.

Proximity to Activities
Staying a couple of miles away from the actual beach can help you to cut down on costs, but it is likely impractical if you will not have a way to get around once you arrive at the spot. In addition to seeing how close the house is to the beach, you'll also want to see where the nearest restaurants and grocery stores are. Whether you plan to dine out or cook, you don't want to have a trek to the restaurant or have to lug grocery bags back to the house by foot.

A vacation at the beach is an exciting way to relax and spend time with your relatives or friends. The decision to rent a house means that you have the freedom and the space to enjoy the trip even more.

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Lizzie Weakley

 About the Author: Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. She went to college at The Ohio State University where she studied communications. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and long walks in the park with her 3-year-old husky Snowball.

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