Real Estate in Branson: Cabins, Homes, Condos and More...
It's not uncommon for visitors to Branson to completely fall in love with the area. In fact, some travelers fall in love with the area so much that they decide to move there or purchase vacation property in the area. It's no wonder that Branson real estate has become such a hot commodity. When you consider Branson's moderate cost of living, prime location, excellent entertainment and mild, comfortable weather, it's only natural that people should want to move to the area after seeing the city during their Branson vacation. No matter what type of home you're looking for, Branson has something for everyone.
There are a number of condominium developments in Branson, and these developments are surprisingly affordable. The less expensive condos can sell for as low as $30,000. Interested in living on a golf course? You can get a 3 bedroom golf-view condo for about $160,000. If you'd rather have your condo overlooking the scenic Table Rock Lake, you can get that too! Lakeside condos in some of Branson's most exclusive lakefront communities are available in the low $200,000s.
There's nothing more charming and rustic than a log cabin, and living in a log cabin in Branson is about as good as it gets. Gone are the days when log cabins were a way of 'roughing it' and enter the days when log cabins feature all of the conveniences and amenities of even the most modern of homes. A 1200-square-foot, two-bedroom log cabin located within walking distance of the Branson Variety Theater will only set you back about $115,000.
Single Family Homes
Branson may be one of the few places left in the United States where you can purchase a nice home for under $100,000. There are numerous single-family homes available for sale in Branson at very reasonable prices. Depending on where you want to live, you can get a nice two-bedroom home for about $70,000. Want your house to overlook the fairway? You can get a 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home with fairway frontage for just under $260,000.
If you'd rather rent before you decide to purchase property in Branson, there's numerous rental opportunities in the area. Depending on what size rental and type of rental you need, you will generally be able to find a nice apartment for around $500 to $800 per month and houses can range from $600 to $1200 per month on average.
If you decide to move to Branson after enjoying the sights when staying in a hotel in the city, there'll be no lack of property types and locations to choose from. When it's time to find the perfect property, find a licensed, reputable Realtor in the area to help you find the property that's perfect for you.