Some people paid as little as $21,000 for a vacation home, according to a recent National Association of Realtors report.
However that price point is found in remote stretches of states like Maine and Michigan. If you want a vacation house in cachet destinations like Martha’s Vineyard, Aspen, or Hawaii, the price will be closer to the $1.8 million median sales price.
“My big takeaway is we have a lot of vacation homes in little-known, local places," says Gay Cororaton, NAR's director of housing and commercial research. They’re not big names. [But] I was surprised how relatively inexpensive those properties are.”
To see the counties where there may be bargain and the median home prices in the most sought after vacation destinations …