Branson is surrounded by three lakes...so there’s no shortage of Branson lakefront homes to choose from. There have been more than a few exciting developments in the area in recent years, probably the most notable of which has been that of Branson Landing
Reeds Spring, MO (PRWEB) April 21, 2010
Barron’s, one of today’s leading financial magazines, reports that luxury real estate prices are on the rise in various areas across the country, particularly those that are traditionally sought-after due to location, quality of life and projected appreciation. According to seasoned Branson Realtors Joe and Billie Cockrell, this is an indication that the market is already bottoming out, making now the best time to invest in Branson lake homes.
The Barron’s article stated that “scattered bidding wars are breaking out and prices are turning upward” in desirable areas as investors are beginning to eat up bargain-priced properties in prestigious vacation and second-home locations. Like many of the vacation real estate markets mentioned in the article, the city of Branson in Missouri’s Tri-Lakes area has long been attracting vacation and second-home buyers. While prices here did not inflate as much as they did in other areas in the country – and thus have not required dramatic adjustments – they are still lower now than they have been in years.
“Branson and the Tri-Lakes area has been a popular vacation destination for generations,” said Billie Cockrell, “and its long-term prospects for growth remain as strong as ever, notwithstanding today’s economic conditions. Now is truly the best time to invest here.” Located in the Ozarks, the Tri-Lakes area enjoys the advantages of a spectacular natural setting and Branson is also well-known for being the “Live Show Capital of the World.”
“Branson is surrounded by three lakes,” said Joe Cockrell, “so there’s no shortage of Branson lakefront homes to choose from. There have been more than a few exciting developments in the area in recent years, probably the most notable of which has been that of Branson Landing.”