Website Offers Second Home Purchasing

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Baby Boomers have one thing in common – they all want a great second home or recreational retreat which matches their individual lifestyle needs and interests.

They want a place that can serve as their ideal getaway or “summer place,” for fishing, hunting, or to serve as a home away from home during their retirement years. 

Until now, however, it has been a difficult and time-consuming task to discover places that suit specific lifestyles interests.
SecondSpace has created two Web sites – ResortScape.com and LandWatch.com – to serve people looking to purchase their dream property, be it a home on the beach, a lakefront cabin, hunting or fishing property, rural or mountain retreat, farm, ranch or city condo.

“When looking for a second home or piece of land to call their own, people are primarily looking for the right combination of activities, amenities and pricing to meet their individual needs,” said Gary Cowan, director of marketing at SecondSpace.

“ResortScape.com and LandWatch.com provide easy-to-use, intuitive search capabilities and the largest selection of land, recreational properties and vacation homes to buyers across the Americas and around the world.”

Additionally, he explains that they can quickly search hundreds of thousands of listings, zero in on communities that match their interests, and connect with real estate professionals and service providers who can provide the local expertise essential to the second home buying process.


 

 


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