You might have noticed that the majority of new communities built in the past decade have included both green and blue features – namely, lots of landscaping and lakes. The interesting thing is that developers went down this road because that’s what people are looking for, but few stopped to think about why people wanted them. The reality is that people don’t even know exactly what it is about waterfront real estate that is so appealing, but studies have shown that there are health benefits involved, so perhaps our instincts lead us in the right direction.
So, is promoting mental health, overall wellbeing, and reducing stress enough to look into waterfront real estate? Most say yes! However, those are not the only benefits involved. For example, because so many people vie for waterfront real estate, these properties tend to appreciate in value at a higher rate than those that do not have a view of the water. They also tend to sell more quickly, so when it comes time to sell your home, you should have fewer delays.
Of course, waterfront real estate is simply more enjoyable for many people, and that alone makes it something to consider if you are looking to purchase a home. If you are ready to learn more about everything waterfront real estate has to offer, turn to me, Chris Kirkman, to begin your search for the ideal location and home for you and your family. I am happy to answer your questions and assist in any way I can to make your dream home a reality.