According to the National Golf Foundation, over 24 million people played golf in 2019. Were you one of them? ...or have you fallen out of love with the sport? Since it's February (the month of love), we're here to help you fall back in love with golf again. Here are 10 reasons to get back into the swing of things (pun intended.)
Location, location, location. It's the main requirement for almost all homebuyers. But there’s one unique selling point that we discovered from our record-setting real estate sales last year. Many of the people who bought homes in our community did so to be closer to family. Of course, we have plenty of young families moving into our neighborhood, but we're also seeing an increase in the number of "empty nesters" putting down roots here at Harbor Club. Here's why:
2020 was undoubtedly an insightful year as far as house plans are concerned. The pandemic prompted all of us to stay home more than we could've ever imagined. And even though it's now 2021, many of us continue to hunker down at home. Much like our Southern Living-Inspired Community, our houses have also become integral places where we live, work, and play.
The way we work is quite different now due to the pandemic. Many of us work from home and are likely to do so for the foreseeable future. If you live at Harbor Club, your house probably already has an impressive home office and a highly-functional "Zoom Room." But whether you work remotely at Harbor Club or from anywhere in Lake Country, sometimes you have to get out of the house.
You’ve heard the old saying by Isaac Newton, “What goes up must come down.” Well, the opposite is also true, especially for home mortgage rates...what goes down must come up. We’ve been enjoying rates at record lows for years, but now we’re starting to see an uptick. What’s prompting them to rise? Here are some key indicators to watch: