What is more exhilerating than walking into an oceanfront condo, throwing open your sliding glass doors, and looking out over the shimmering blue Atlantic Ocean? Vacationing in a beachfront rental condo is fabulous. Owning your own oceanfront condominium is the ultimate feeling of pride and satisfaction.
But if you are on a tighter budget and want to own your own Myrtle Beach vacation home, you might consider looking through the condos that are ocean view instead. "Ocean View" usually means a unit that looks DOWN the beach from a side angle instead of directly facing it. Ocean view condos are usually many thousands of dollars less expensive, although they will offer the exact same amenities as any Myrtle Beach oceanfront condo. It's a great alternative to consider if you are buying your starter vacation spot or can't spend quite as much on a condo. In fact, many ocean view units are as inexpensive as golf course condos that are not on any type of water.
When you are searching the Myrtle Beach MLS, check closely at the property description to see if it's listed as an Oceanfront Condo, or an Ocean-View condo. Either way, you can't lose!
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