Monday, July 28, 2014

Landing a Beachfront Condo

Can you think of any places on the Atlantic seaboard that offer an unobstructed view of the coast and allow you to savor the sea breeze at the same time? If your answer is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, you are right on the mark, but taking advantage of the above from a high-rise tower on the waterfront? Even better, especially when you run your preferences with expert Myrtle Beach Realtors®. Even so, there are still some hoops you have to hurdle.

Size Does Matter
In choosing a new beachfront apartment, think about just how much space you need and work out your budget from there. Do some research on your prospective condo complexes and your agent can draw up a list of units fitting your price range. Sometimes, a few hundred thousand dollars will spell the difference from, say, a studio unit near the Robert Grissom Parkway to a three- or four- bedroom penthouse right on N Ocean Boulevard.
Scoped Out

If you’ve narrowed down the list of units, inspect all of them with your agent and take note of various deciding factors, such as your lifestyle preferences, the neighbors, and the monthly association dues. Some of the gated condo blocks will have advanced security systems to boost your peace of mind.

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