Top Travel Spots For Purchasing Your Next Vacation Home

Posted on November 29th, 2017 by Dave in categoty Travel

Start dreaming of your next home away from home, and begin looking for the perfect vacation spot.  It is difficult to know where to begin when the world offers so many beautiful landscapes and communities to experience.  

The decision would be easier if the choices were a bit more narrow.  Let us simplify your troubles, and check out a few of the most popular rest spots in the land.  Here is a quick overview of a some of the top travel spots for purchasing your next vacation home.  

Haines City, Florida

Contrary to popular belief, Central Florida has its perks too.  Just because there is no beach access, there are plenty of positive past times to behold.  Haines City is a small town that keeps its head above water by playing on its close proximity to Walt Disney World.  

One of the most inexpensive places to purchase a seasonal home in the nation, Haines City properties sell for an average price of $120-130,000.  The low pricing makes a perfect situation for a rental property as well.

Nashville, Tennessee

The country music capital of the nation is also one of the most affordable places to purchase a home.  The perks of being close to all of the music action in the city are exceedingly numerous.  

Home of the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Johnny Cash Museum, Nashville offers an array of fantastic things to do, see, taste, and hear.  The median price of the average single-family home in the city is around $235,000.

Kennewick, Washington

Full of culture and Native American heritage, Kennewick, Washington is home to a piece of the Sacagawea heritage trail, a slew of different museums, and more than 150 wineries.  The area is also well-known for its multitude of sunshiny days throughout the year at an average of 300.  

Kennewick is a great place for those who love spending time outdoors.  Hiking, biking, fishing, and many other leisurely activities will keep your days full of nature, fitness, and inner peace.  The average home price in Kennewick is currently around $215,000.

Kingsland, Georgia

Kingsland’s greatest asset is its proximity to Savannah, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida.  Located smack in the middle of the two, Kingsland is a short 30 minute drive from both well-known destinations.  

Purchasing a vacation home in this sleepy coastal town will put you within a stone’s throw of white sandy beaches, fishing spots, sailing, and kayaking.  The average pricing of a home in the area is the best thing about this location at $134,000.

Lake Norman, North Carolina

Lake Norman offers recreation, beauty, and water; Three things that every vacation home needs closeby.  The lake is a 34-mile, man-made, body of water that dates all the way back to the 1950’s.  The lake is now host to boat races, water sports, and all sorts of people.