Since Myrtle Beach is home to oceanfront condos and hotels, it would be a crime to let your property just sit there after your vacation is over. Whether to ensure return on investment or you just want to add another source of income, it would be wise to turn your vacation condo into a long-term rental
Long-term rentals are highly recommended if you want a stable source of income from your property. Long-term occupancies also let you save on operational costs since you don’t have to do maintenance as often as you would with short-term or vacation rentals. Residential rentals, however, provide less income compared to vacation rentals and they don’t guarantee that you’ll be able to use your unit whenever you need an accommodation for your vacation.
Determining the best option for your property depends on a number of factors like the location, the local market, and how much you are willing to invest for the upkeep of your property. If you’re having a hard time deciding on how to make your property more profitable and cost-efficient, a skilled property agent can guide you.