New home in an amenity packed community just west of Savannah Georgia. Honey Ridge Estates. Pool, tennis, fitness, and a community room are available for the residents.
This home features four bedrooms with a split bedroom plan. All brick exterior, screened in back porch, private .70 acre wooded yard. Builder adds many upgrades with wood flooring in main areas, ceramic tile in baths and laundry area.
If you are considering a new home in the Savannah area and would like more information on this home please contact ERA Southeast Coastal RE, 912-927-1088
Like many vacationers you probably have visited one of the beautiful coastlines in the USA. It’s so hard to leave when the week is over, so here are some tips to get you on the path to owning your own little piece of paradise.
To begin you have to decide where to buy. I like to suggest somewhere that is easily accessible to your home since you will want to enjoy it as much as possible for yourself.
Decide on a price point within your budget and prepare for cost that you would not consider when purchasing a primary home. After those decisions are made determine your short and long term goals especially if this will eventually be a retirement home. There are many vacation rental sites that can offer assistance to determine market value of seasonal rates for selected areas.
Owner expenses to consider:
Mortgage fees may be higher and a larger down payment may be required for a second home and real estate investments.
State and Local property taxes
Parking permit fees
Homeowners association or Owners Regime membership dues
Property Insurance that may include flood and wind
Special assessments for compliance of exterior maintenance and architecturally approved appearance
Mandatory utility charges such as a community wifi and or cable company
Recreation use fees for yourself or your visitors
Permit fees for repair or remodeling contractors
Business license fees if you are going to use your property for short term rentals
Local taxes on the rental income you receive
Advertising cost for your rental
Cleaning and laundry fees
Reserve for replacing appliances and furnishings as needed
Rental management fees
Reserve for vacancies and cancellations
Not all of the above may apply but are noted to assist you in making an informed purchase
Collect the rent and pay the bills!
With good planning you’ll own a piece of your vacation paradise with no reservation required!
Throughout the years techniques used to attract home buyers continuously changed with new trends coming in a old ideas never leaving.
Since real estate internet sites have now surpassed the “for sale sign” as the most effective way for a buyer to find a property listing a lot of effort is put into making the ad look attractive.
The use of photography has evolved from a front view placed in the newspaper, on to virtually tours and now the use of cameras on a drone to showcase a listing.
All of these methods are definite time savers for a buyer
and can easily shorten their “must see” list.
If you are the seller of a property keep in mind that whatever is photographed does not go to a limited audience. Once it hits the internet not only prospective buyers are looking at what you have to sell. Co-workers, relatives, your neighbors, school friends, church friends and on and on will be able to step into your personal space. Take the time to discuss this with your agent and consider areas of your home or property that you would not be comfortable with anyone other than a prospective buyer viewing.
Regardless of how the property is presented the one thing that never changes is the price being in balance with the value. A property that is priced in line with the current market values for the location and condition is the most effective way to have a successful sale in a reasonable amount of time. Over priced properties will be a great challenge to sell for the asking price regardless of how many billboards, magazine ads, virtual tours, websites they are advertised on….
Advertised pricing based on the condition and location= sold!