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Purchasing a Vacation Home
Purchasing a vacation home
A few things one should consider


Purchasing a vacation home
It's vacation season. Whether you're enjoying a beachfront house, country cottage, or mountain chalet, chances are you have a vision of calling your favorite vacation spot "home" one day. With an expected increase in demand, today's favorable interest rates, and creative vacation home mortgage options, it's a great time to invest in a second home. In fact, it's a wise investment.

CNN recently reported that homes in 13 top seasonal (vacation) counties appreciated by 49% between the fourth quarters of 2000 and 2003.*

This trend will likely continue. As baby boomers begin to retire, it's expected that more than 30 million Americans will buy a vacation home within the next decade.

Here is a few things you should consider before purchasing a vacation home:

  • Family appeal: How does it fit the needs of your family? Will there be space and activities for family members who visit?

  • Travel time: If it takes all day to get to your vacation home, you may not visit it as frequently. Two to three hours travel time is ideal.

  • Climate: What is the area like year-round, especially during off-season? What are the political and tax issues? Browse through local newspapers as a guide.

  • Healthcare facilities: If your vacation home becomes your primary residence one day, quality healthcare may be one of your top priorities.

It has never been easier to bring your vision of beachfront, mountain, or lakeside properties into focus. With the proper planning and home financing we provide at
Quickerlend, your dream of owning a vacation retreat can be a reality.

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