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Lifestyle Asset Group is Changing the Way We think About Vacation Home Ownership; Starting with 30A, Florida.

30A, Florida

In recent years, there have been many “game changers”in the world,  defined by people or companies who are reinventing and revolutionizing long established beliefs and practices in certain industries. As an example,the introduction of automobile leasing  changed how automobiles were acquired. Prior to the 1980’s, 100% of all automobile transactions were purchases. 100%! Today, nearly 40% of new automobile transactions are leased. A simple, yet great example of a "game changer”. 

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Real Estate Investment Purchases Outweigh Vacation Home Purchases in 2015

Why choose? You can have both a return on investment and a return on enjoyment with Lifestyle Asset Group

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5 ways Lifestyle Asset Group Improves Upon the Fractional Real Estate Model

 

 

A breed of vacation home ownership is once again gaining steam that allows individuals to share ownership of a vacation property. Think of it like this: A whole pie may look delicious, but it doesn’t make financial sense to buy the entire dessert if you are just having a few bites. However, if you split the cost among several buyers and ensure that everyone gets a slice, then the purchase makes sense.

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Lifestyle Asset Group Offers Fantastic Vacations, Smart Real Estate Investing and Great Returns

 When it comes to real estate investing, two key factors lead to success: finding the right location and timing the market.

Lifestyle Asset group got both right with the NYC acquisition for their LifestyleOne shareholders. After months of searching, the team toured 14 apartments in NYC and rejected every one due to lack of charm, undesirable location, and many other factors.  Then, in October of 2104, they found the perfect apartment in the right location and knew the time was right to buy. And good thing, because after our full price, all-cash offer was accepted, four other offers came in within the next 24 hours. This decision proved to be a very good one, as evidenced by the increases in the Manhattan real estate market in 2015.

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Real Estate Continues to Appreciate and Beat Inflation

 

Case-Shiller recently released their report for the month ending June 2015, and the appreciation trend in real estate continues. For the period ending June 2015, home prices showed a 4.5 percent appreciation nationwide over the prior year ending June 2014. This current gain in appreciation is nice for investors who find real estate as a safe investment to protect their money and ward off inflation. 

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Thinking of Buying a Beach Home? Read This First.

At some point, nearly everyone fantasizes a bit about the allure of owning a beach home. And why not? Time at the beach with family and friends ranks on the top 3 wish list for most people as the sights, sounds and smells of the ocean are undeniably hypnotic. But behind the romance of all this lies a stark reality that stuns most when they discover this one fact: the cost of insurance in hurricane zones.

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Los Cabos is Coming Back - So Come Back to Los Cabos

Los Cabos is back -- like a shining jewel -- and the future looks brighter than ever. That's the word among savvy real estate specialists and resort developers, according to the recent Wall Street Journal Article: "Luxury Real Estate in Los Cabos Is Coming Back".

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The Vacation Home Market is on the Rise - Why Not Invest in 6 Properties?

The vacation home market has rebounded in a big way, according to recent statistics released by the National Association of Realtors. It accounted for just over one fifth of all home purchases last year, up a whopping 53% over 2013. The good news isn't quite as rosy for other segments of the real estate market, but those in a position to buy vacation property exhibit a newfound confidence that points toward future growth and increased stability in the second home market. One of the reasons, notes an analyst, is that many second home purchasers today plan to make that vacation property a primary residence upon retirement.

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