No one ever said shopping for beach condos was going to be easy. While it certainly is not a hard task, it is one that makes you want to look at everything that is available so you can make sure that you are getting the best deal. Did you know that there are so many different properties available that it would be virtually impossible for you to look at them all unless you started your vacation planning several years in advance? Who has the time to commit to that amount of research? Here are a few things that will make you search much faster and easier.
It will be best to look into the size of a condo that is being used. A variety of different high rise buildings offer condos of different sizes in Toronto. Some condos offer one bedroom and one bathroom. Others offer two of each. It will help to limit one’s search to areas that are large enough for one’s needs.
Le Grenier at 1034 Spruce St: Sitting on the corner of 11th and Spruce Streets, this mid-rise condo building is stunning both inside and out. A quiet 19 unit association. No two units sit adjacent to each other- all are separated by either a bank of elevators, or common emergency staircases- so you won’t hear your neighbors! Petite one and two bedroom units with a modern hip design, floor to ceiling window. Floors 6 and 7 provide sweeping skyline views. Rental parking across the street. A tastefully appointed non-doorman building with existing tax abatement. Very close to Jefferson Hospital.
When it comes to looking for a beach front condo, you may think that they are all basically the same. However, you can still get different styles of beach Yonge and Bloor Condos and so it is important to realize that you will need to do a little research in order to find something to suit your needs.
As you start looking around for a property to purchase condos for rent, think about what things are most important to you. Do you want a location that is close by so that you can keep an eye on it? Do you want units that have plenty of different amenities? There are plenty of options to consider as you go about looking for the right place to invest. Make sure that you also investigate the property values and make a sound financial decision.
You may be asking how and why do I believe things will happen soon. Lets start off with new condos in downtown San Diego and around the region. Bosa is one of the biggest developers in Downtown San Diego for Condos. He has built beautiful condos such as Park Place in the Marina District, Horizons in the Marina District, Discovery in the Cortez Hill District, The Grande in the Columbia District, Electra in the Columbia District, The Legend in the East Village and his most recent baby is Bayside in the Columbia District.
Perhaps Longboat Key is not your cup of tea. Maybe you need something a little more casual. Consider the Lido Regency building on Lido Key. This lovely building offers some fabulous water and beach views. There are condos on both the west side and east side of the building. The west side buildings have stunning water views while the east views of the south Lido Key preserve and if high enough in the building the downtown Sarasota skyline. Regardless of the views all of the residents of Lido Regency are within footsteps of the beach. Another fabulous feature is the close proximity to St. Armands Circle and downtown Sarasota. All of the restaurants, shopping and fun of the “the circle” are within walking distance. Prices in Lido Regency are starting around $300,000.
The condos around the Bramalea City Centre are older than the ones being built around downtown Brampton. Due to their age, there is a huge price advantage over the newer condos being built in Brampton or Mississauga. They are not only cheaper but also quite large. It’s not uncommon to find a 1,150 sq. ft. or larger 2 bedroom condo around the Bramalea City Centre, whereas the same 2 bedroom condo in a newer building might be around only 750 sq.ft. or so and yet costing almost double!