Distinct parts of town, neighborhoods, and lifestyles on the Texas coast
A resort town, resort city or resort destination, is an urban area where tourism or vacationing is the primary component of the local culture and economy, like the Texas coast barrier islands! In most cases just being where one can easily walk to the view is enough, especially since the best views of the natural attributes are an order of magnitude more expensive to own or rent.
We’re evolving from just showing listings to providing a genuine feel for what it’s really like to live in distinct parts of our coastal areas that significantly affect lifestyle. Buyers told us that the right part of town and lifestyle is just as important as the home itself, so we reimagined Texas Beach Homes to bring our coastal market areas and neighborhoods to life online.
Location is important for ownership enjoyment and to the resale value of your home. The idea is to buy a house that you’ll love and that will appeal to the largest number of potential future homebuyers. A careful choice of location can minimize potential negative influences on future resale value and maximize positive influences.
Buyer’s Remorse. Buying in the wrong part of town is the biggest mistake people make in our market, you can avoid this kind of mistake by knowing more about our parts of town and lifestyles.
State and federal laws prevent us from publicly discussing some of the more relevant details pertaining to lifestyle and part of town, yet we can as members of this site. Tell me more about membership.
Coastal Criteria that make a difference
|Views (what you look at or do)||Parts of town (where you live)||Lifestyles (who you are)|
|Beach, Bay, Canal, Golf course, Lake, Park, Town, Interior||Live-in own/rent, Resort, Second home, RV own/rent, MF||Senior, Family, Sports, Nightlife, Worker, Alternative|
|Coastal property criteria (views, parts-of-town, lifestyles) should be considered along with real estate statistics such as price, property type, age, and HOA restrictions; in addition, storm resistance should be considered for climate change. How you prioritize these criteria depends on your specific needs and if you’re a developer, investor, owner, or renter.|
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