Highlands and Cashiers Real Estate, Is Now Time To Buy Vacation Home?

When it comes to Highlands and Cashiers Real Estate, is now the time to buy a vacation home?  Leading indicators say that it just might be.  An article in Saturday’s Wall Street Journal, “Vacation Homes: Why It May Be Time to Buy” by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, demonstrates that while vacation areas may be far from boom time activity there is movement.  The article points out that desirable areas represent areas where real estate is moving, less desirable areas not so much.  Highlands real estate and Cashiers real estate has a lot to gain from this simple factor, after all where is there a more desirable place to call “second home”?

Factors that make it a great time to buy a Highlands vacation property or a Cashiers vacation home include affordability, inventory, and timing.  First and foremost it is a buyers market and buying real estate in Highlands and Cashiers today you can be assured that you are not buying at the height of the market.  In addition, taking advantage of today’s low mortgage rates can save a great deal of money over the lifetime of a loan, adding to a home’s affordability.

There are some great values with regards to vacation homes in Highlands and Cashiers.  Please contact us today if you have been dreaming of owning a second home in our unique area.  We know the local real estate market, where homes are selling, where the best bargains are located, and can help locate a Highlands property or Cashiers property that best suit your needs.

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to read “Vacation Homes: Why It May Be Time to Buy” by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, from the Wall Street Journal.

For more information about Highlands and Cashiers North Carolina, and for access to the HighlandsNC/CashiersNC MLS, contact Meadows Mountain Realty today, 828-526-1717 or email us today at [email protected].

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