Is now the right time to buy real estate on the Gulf Coast?


gcThere are no such things as bad investments; there are only bad prices. After all, you could have bought a house in Gulf Shores in 2007 at the top of the market and still had an asset worth something in 2010. Sure, the market value might have been less than your cost, but someone would have been willing to pay you something for it.

Read the full article as previously published in the Montgomery Advertiser July 19 2013

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