Living on a golf-course can have many advantages. Golf properties in Tampa, FL
are more valuable than other similar homes that are not on a golf course. They usually
have expansive views of the course, are convenient for golfers and often come with
special membership benefits. There are a few things to consider before deciding
to invest in a golf course home.
Depending on your price range, agolf course home in the city will go up in value
more than in a new community in the suburbs. The new communities have newer golf
course designs and lower priced homes than their older counterparts in the city.
You may also want to consider where the home is located on the golf course. Do you
prefer to live on the green, tee, or the fairway? Is your house far enough from is
the fairway? What is the likelihood of a ball landing in your yard? Do you want to
live near the cart path where you may hear the golfers’ conversations?
For questions about developer of a community or if the golf club is private or public
along with membership fees, ask your Lightning Realtor . You realotr can find what
special offers developers are being offered at the time.
Your Lightning Realtor can also let you know where the new golf communities are located
and can tell you who designed the golf course. If it is a brand-name designer, like
Nicklaus or Palmer, the property will have more value. Some of the golf course communities
in the Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg are:
Avila, Cheval, Diamond Hill, The Eagles, Heritage Harbor, Heritage Isles, Hunter’s
Green, Heritage Isles, lake Bernadette, Lake Jovita, , Lexington Oaks, Meadow Oaks,
Pebble Creek, Plantation Palms, River Hills, Saddlebrook, Summerfield, Tampa Palms,