Reasons Why a Vacation Home Might Be a Bad Investment

When you have the perfect vacation in a great location, it is tempting to dream about owning a vacation home. However, an article in Realtor.com points out that a vacation home may not be such a great investment

Purchasing a Vacation Home with Friends or Family

Vacation homes can be costly to purchase and time consuming to maintain in addition to your main family home. This is why realtor.com has pointed out that purchasing a vacation home with friends or family can be a good solution. While purchasing a primary residence with family or friends might not be such a great

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Buying the Right Vacation Home

The summer vacation season is well underway and quite a few people will be thinking about purchasing a vacation home. For most this won’t be a decision that is taken on the spur of the moment, but is more likely to be something they’ve dreamed of doing for many years. An article in aol.com highlights

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REMI’s Top Tips for Investing in a Vacation Home

The Real Estate Marketing Insider has announced its top four tips for budget conscious buyers who are considering purchasing a vacation home as an investment property. A recent Trip Advisor survey showed that nearly half of all US travelers have stayed or are planning to stay in a rental home this year, up from 46% last year and 40% in 2011.

Vacation Homeowners Turn to the Rental Market

When Karen Logan received zero offers on her Lake Tahoe home last year, she decided it might be a better idea to rent it out instead. “I’m retired, living on benefits, so I need the extra income,” she told us. Logan’s 3-bedroom lakeside home now rakes in $1,800 each month, and sometimes $1,200 per week

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