We often talk about the incredible surge in property values over the last five years in the Great State of Florida. Hurricane state, if you will, as it is so flat that there is almost nothing to slow the massive hurricane. But some still wonder why anyone would pay that much to live on a giant Sand Bar?
In fact, most of the Florida sand bar, except the Panhandle and above the Orlando area. There are several places with the rock under which pass that along I-95, but lets face Florida with a & # 39 Giant Sand Bar, which is a & # 39 is tall, thin and flat. your perfect Runway Model if you're that good analogy, because it's a great sand bar on that? Claps in Real Estate with a & # 39 is one thing, but that is the only kind of surge we should consider it?
But why would anyone want to live less than 12-18 feet above sea level, when the Cat IV and V Hurricanes are known to put up 20-foot storm overtake. Can you say, lost the cash desk? And as we know, the whole of this will not be fully move ever? Shifting sand is well known in the shallows you see?
If you have a Florida real estate I'm not trying to hurt your property value, and I sincerely wish you well, but from a philosophical stand point, you know, that really does not make much sense does it? Perhaps you will consider all this in 2006.