Aaron Pugh, with SEC Marketing, is the webmaster for CondoInvestment.com. From the small Gulf Coast town of Robertsdale, Aaron was an outfielder for the South Alabama Jaguars while he studied business management and marketing. Following college, Aaron worked with one of the area's most accomplished real estate developers, collaborating on projects from Gulf Shores, Alabama to Panama City, Florida. Aaron created CondoInvestment.com in 2001 and began learning the ins-and-outs of online marketing. Ten years later, in 2011, he began working full-time on business development through online marketing and created the area's most popular condominium sales websites. CondoInvestment.com ranks #1 for almost all condo and many subdivision sales searches in Baldwin County, Alabama and Perdido Key, Florida and is constantly being worked on and updated to provide users with as much helpful information as possible. Mobile, AL and Destin, FL are the two areas being bolstered. Today, this huge network is not only a place to market real estate, but also helps clients supplement revenue and promotes the Children's Miracle Network's partnership with Remax to millions and millions of people every year. Aaron's background in real estate, web development, and current efforts in professional aerial imagery and video production helps to promote the beautiful Gulf Coast while providing helpful area info and local resources. Follow us socially and keep in touch at:
Visitors and residents in the Foley area will have already noticed that the construction on the new OWA amusement park has been making some impressive progress since the start of the year. The first phase of construction on the expansive family-friendly amusement park is nearly complete and some of the most exciting attractions planned for the area are nearly complete.
When completed, OWA (owa means "big water") will take up 520 acres of prime real estate right off the Foley Beach Express. Part of the first phase of construction includes an amusement park with over 20 rides and exciting attractions for visitors of all ages. Right next to the amusement park is a shopping and dining area that was inspired by traditional Southern towns, with a distinct
Baldwin County, Alabama is rich in history. From the time it was settled, Baldwin County played a pivotal role in the military, social, and economic history of the entire state. With areas settled by French, Spanish, English, and Germans all over the county, each town in the area has a distinct personality and there are numerous houses and districts that are part of the National Register of Historic Places.
Fairhope is easily one of the most desirable small town communities in Baldwin County and there are a number of historic districts where you can purchase a home. Some notable houses in Fairhope include the Beckner House (also known as the Baker House). Built in 1906, the home is still in use as The Fairhope Inn. Near the end of the 19th century, 28
The image below shows the westernmost portion of West Beach in Gulf Shores, Alabama. From the intersection of Highway 59 and Beach Boulevard, Laguna Key is the subdivision at the end of West Beach and approximately eight miles from Gulf Place, which is the public beach area in Gulf Shores. The condos in the image are listed throughout this blog and visitors can click through to view more aerial images, revenue info, recent sales info which includes both the SOLD price and the closed date, and the option to sort by most recently closed. We've created a quick search allowing users to quickly find SOLD condos in any building.
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This photo was taken from the Holiday Harbor condos in Perdido Key with the Lost Key Golf Club in the background, along with the Gulf-front condos that comprise the downtown Perdido Key beaches.
Perdido Key, Florida is a beautiful area that sits right on the Alabama/Florida state line. Lost Key Golf Club is one of the most popular golf courses in Escambia County, boasting fantastic views of the water and surrounding area. Located in the eastern region of Perdido Key, this golf course is just a few minutes away from Johnson Beach, an undeveloped and protected portion of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Find more info for Lost Key condos
The Lost Key Golf Club was redesigned in 2006 by the
The East Beach area of Gulf Shores, Alabama sits right next to Gulf State Park. Home to the Gulf Shores Hangout, this area of town is the site of the annual Hangout Music Festival, which takes place right on the beach over an entire weekend once a year. Some of the most popular condos in Gulf Shores are located in the East Beach area, including the Lighthouse and Phoenix All Suites. Gulf Place, which is right next to the Hangout, is the public beach area, which is currently being renovated and improved as part of the Gulf Shores Small Town, Big Beach Vision 2025 for Sustainability. At the far end of East Beach, where the Colonnades and Royal Palms condos are, you can see the Gulf State Pier. The Gulf
The above image is the Western-most section of Orange Beach, AL and the Palm Beach condominium is 3.5 miles from downtown Gulf Shores and Gulf Place. A great Orange Beach seafood market is behind Sugar Beach in Lartigues; they offer wonderful homemade gumbo along with fresh gulf seafood.
This is our first post in this section of the website and we were thinking, what better way to start a category for fun in the sun, than to talk about the places on or just off of the beach. We've recently gathered aerial video for some great spots in downtown Gulf Shores and Orange Beach and will start the first parts of this section by including posts from Waterville, the Hangout and the Track in Gulf Shores and Tacky Jacks, the Gulf, San Roc and Perdido Pass in Orange Beach, AL.
These are just examples of our recent posts for fun things to do and places to enjoy while visiting the beach. The Tacky Jacks video was for our restaurant menus page which offers menus for every restaurant in both Gulf Shores and Orange Beach - the Alabama Gulf Coast.
Terry Cove is a small area of Orange Beach that offers some of the best features in town. The waterways pour into the Gulf of Mexico here, making it a popular area for taking the boat out for the day to go fishing or just enjoy the sights. Ono Island is just east by Perdido Pass and the end of Highway 61. Perdido Pass is the most popular place on the Alabama Gulf Coast to beach your boat or hop around to one of the numerous watering holes in Orange Beach. This area is close to the Florida state line, which sits approximately two miles east (left in the image) from Perdido Key, FL. In the other direction, Gulf Shores is a short drive away at just six miles or so from this area. The central location and spectacular views make Terry Cove one of the most
The architecture world was shaken last year when renowned architect Dame Zaha Hadid passed away in Miami, Florida. Hadid, born in Iraq in 1950, is known all over the world for her work. She won the prestigious Stirling Prize in 2010 an 2011, was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize in 2004, and was also the first woman to be awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects' Royal Gold Medal in 2015. Some of her notable designs include those for the aquatic center used in the 2012 London Olympics and the Guangzhou Opera House in China. She was appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for the contributions she made to the world of architecture.
Hadid is leaving her mark on Miami with the construction of the One Thousand Museum,
Just down the road from The Track Family Recreation Center, about a quarter of a mile north of the beach, Waterville USA offers some of the best water attractions on the Gulf Coast! Waterville USA is both a waterpark and an amusement park spread out over 20 acres near the Gulf State Park. The park originally opened in 1986 and, since then, it has become one of the most popular destinations in all of Baldwin County, Alabama.
The waterpark portion of Waterville USA features over seventeen water attractions, including pools, a lazy river, waterslides, and a wave pool, just to name a few. The Dune Racer, one of the most popular waterslides, features several different tubes so the whole family can race down these 55-foot tall slides. Little kids