Gulf Shores Alabama Condos

This blog section will be used to provide additional, highly organized sales information for the condominium market in Gulf Shores, AL.  Blogs will consist of general info along with links to quickly identify recently SOLD condos with closed prices and dates, aerial imagery, floor plans, revenue info and other helpful sales info.

Found 3 blog entries about Gulf Shores Alabama Condos.

Gulf Shores condo fees

Based in Orange Beach, Alabama, CondoInvestment.com is the top real estate site for Gulf Coast condos and an excellent resource for property research whether it's for a future purchase or upcoming beach vacation. Helpful information on our site includes current sales listings, brief description for each condo development, interior/exterior photos (including aerial imagery), amenity lists, maps, rental revenue projections, and SOLD prices of recently closed condos. Historically, the busiest time of the year for condo sales is early spring (March and April). The majority of these buyers are closing the deal before peak season to maximize their condo's rental income. As the busy season nears, we receive many inquiries concerning HOA dues and other

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Covering an impressive 40 acres along the Fort Morgan Peninsula, Gulf Shores Plantation has been a longtime vacation destination on the Alabama coast. For over 30 years, this gulf front family-friendly resort has been home to wonderful and memorable vacations with 4,000 feet of pristine beaches and an endless list of amenities for guests to enjoy year-round. Gulf Shores Plantation is made up of several condominiums with each offering nicely furnished condos comfortably accommodating any size family or group. The resort's initial development, Gulf Shores Plantation East, was built in 1983 and features a series of beachside buildings with 1 or 2-bedroom condos overlooking the gulf, pool area, or property grounds. A year later, Royal Gulf Beach &

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Little Lagoon Gulf Shores

Sugar white sands and rolling surf come to mind when you think of Gulf Shores, AL. The town’s iconic beaches are a popular destination for vacationers but another attraction seemingly less talked about is Little Lagoon. Sitting just opposite of the Gulf of Mexico, this brackish lake spans 10 miles long and 1/2 mile wide running parallel between the Gulf of Mexico and Bon Secour Bay. Little Lagoon is a great place for numerous outdoor recreational activities including boating, fishing, kayaking, and wildlife photography among both residents and tourists.

In West Beach, numerous developments sit along Little Lagoon ranging from low-density condominiums to luxurious high-rises. A majority of these complexes were built in the 1980s and consist of two-

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