Are you looking to rent property on the beach? Find out about water quality, options for building boat docks, area bases, and other aspects of having the house above the water. The water façade is often the main consideration on which the price of the ‘properties for rent’ (also known as ‘Proprits A louer’ in the French Language) is based.
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If the facade is high, the property has a higher price. You can build a pier on a rental property on the beach. Find out if boating is allowed or only a limited number of boats are allowed on the property.
You can also get permission from the district office to build boats and scraps of paper for non-aquatic houses. Explore the wildlife near your rental beach property. Animals can use this area as drinking water or as a food source.
Be aware of wildlife in the area by talking to your local wildlife manager. How about the coastal area? This is an important aspect besides soil drainage works, sewers, etc. If the beach is sandy and rocky, the waters around it are usually cleaner than clay beaches.
If the rocky beach is a little slippery, it can be dangerous for children. You also need to pay attention to the safety aspect of water. Consult a water test specialist in an environmental testing laboratory.
What industries are there in the area? See local area records. Contact an experienced home inspector who can help you understand structural rigidity and determine if there is a problem with installation, mechanical or electrical.