Affordable Outer Banks Condos for Sale These two bedroom, two bathroom, 942 square foot condominiums in Charlotte, North Carolina are available for a mortgage payment of less than $300 a month. These units are a great investment opportunity. Just three miles from the beach, this great location is a walk away from a premier 36 hole golf course. The three condos are a stacked unit and the buyer would be purchasing the entire set, including one condo each on the first, second, and third floor. Each unit comes with one reserved parking space in the lot in front of the building. Each unit also has a good sized balcony. This is the perfect purchase for someone who wants to live in his or her choice of the units and rent the other two out.
High End Outer Banks Condos for Sale This six bedroom, seven bath, 4,913 square foot condo stand alone unit in Corolla, North Carolina, is available for just over $1 million. Built in 2005, this condo has its own private walkway to the beach. The cathedral wall of windows on the third floor provide a view of the ocean that can be seen above the trees that fill the back of the property. Hardwood floors throughout and granite and travertine counters bring an updated look to beach living. The wrap around deck looks over the pool which fills the space between the back of the house and trees. The two enormous master baths have unique tile showers and floors. The downstairs includes a game room with a walk out to the pool area. This is the perfect location for a permanent residence for a family, but is also zoned to use as a rental.
Don’t these Outer Banks condos for sale sound terrific? And, different from each other? The decision to move to the Outer Banks of North Carolina is a decision to move to a location that provides beautiful scenery, active lifestyles, and relaxing sunsets. While realtors will try to sell the area for its vacation lifestyle, the fact of the matter is, North Carolina also has many planned communities that are also perfect for families.
While the Outer Banks condos for sale may get a lot of the tourist attention, realtors in the area are also in love with the permanent housing areas that make up much of the area. Families who want to be near golf, the ocean, and lots of open space find that the neighborhoods and planned communities are great places to live.
The advantages of living in a community that is designed so that schools, shopping, medical care, entertainment are all within a few miles of each other are obvious. These planned neighborhoods are full of cul-de-sacs that provide safe areas for children to play. Often backed by miles and miles of walking and biking trails and wooded areas, these homes are every realtor’s dream. If all of the 2 million realtors with active licenses had units like these to sell, they would feel lucky.
The truth of the matter is though that not all real estate agents get to spend all of their time selling upscale homes and lovely condos on the beach. But no matter where they are working real estate agents are working in an economy that is indicating great growth. In fact, Forbes magazine predicts that nearly 1.5 million new housing units will need to be built each year to accommodate America’s projected population growth. Each one of these housing units will need to be sold by the builder to a new owner, everyone of those transactions will likely involve a realtor. Whether the new units are on the beach of North Carolina’s Outer Banks, along the Pacific coast of California, or on the plains of Kansas, research shows that 98% of the buyers see real estate agents as a useful source of information.