New Jersey beaches have received much praise this year—Keansburg, N.J., is the latest town to be honored.

REALTOR Magazine—the official magazine of the National Association of Realtors—recently released their “Cheapest Beach Towns in America, list and placed Keansburg as No. 8, with a median list price for beachfront property of $140,000. The magazine looked at areas with a population of at least 1,000 to come up with their top 10 list.

 “We take pride in being an affordable beach town—with all the beauty and appeal of some of the larger resort towns—and we’re thrilled to be recognized REALTOR Magazine,” says Keansburg Mayor George Hoff.

The square-mile, coastal town boasts affordable real estate opportunities for young couples, families and first-time home owners alike.

“Keansburg offers a serene, safe, affordable and appealing lifestyle to its residents,” says Councilman Arthur Boden. “We are open for new business as well as pleasure, and we welcome people to enjoy Keansburg and see for themselves that we are a borough on the rise.”
 

Wyoming’s Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole has introduced the results of a major renovation in time for summer season. All suites, guest rooms and public hallways have been fully refreshed utilizing subtle colors and earth elements such as woods and metals. 

 

Mountain Meetings had the good fortune to connect with Eric Veraguth, director of golf at Resort at Squaw Creek in Olympic Valley, California. He wrote this helpful guest article about holding outstanding golf outings for groups. 

By  Eric Veraguth

 

New Mexico’s mountain towns provide an environment like none other—a mix of rich culture, artistic influences, and scenic beauty sure to boost your team’s creativity.

“It’s something that’s in the air, it’s just different. The sky is different, the stars are different, the wind is different,” noted American modernist Georgia O’Keeffe when describing the mountainous terrain of New Mexico. The renowned painter was captivated by—and for good reason—the Land of Enchantment, which reflects the intersection of cultures over the years.