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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Keeping Pace with Real Estate Values is Dirty Business

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        Once again in 2017, sales volumes are up in the quality golf communities we follow and so too are selling prices, an average of 8% in most of the best communities in the Southeast. What this means for a couple contemplating a home in one of the better golf communities is that a $300,000 house today could cost nearly $400,000 in three or four years.
         There is a hedge against this real estate inflation, and it involves dirt. In the latest Home On The Course newsletter, our free monthly insight into all things golf real estate in the Southeast region, we explain how an investment in a home site now could provide a way to protect a couple’s buying power three or four years from now. Home On The Course subscriptions are free. Sign up today by simply clicking the “Subscribe” button above and we will send you this month’s issue and all others into the future. Thanks.

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Larry Gavrich

This blog was conceived and is published by me, Larry Gavrich, a former corporate communications executive who founded HomeOnTheCourse, LLC, in 2005.  Our firm advises baby boomers and others seeking a lifestyle in which golf is a major component.  My wife Connie and I own a home in Connecticut (not on a golf course) and a condo at Pawleys Plantation in Pawleys Island, SC, on a Jack Nicklaus layout.  We began our search for our home on the course more than 15 years ago, and the challenges of the search inspired me to research golf communities and write objective reviews of them.


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