BOAT SLIPS SLIPPING AWAY
Recently I discussed the problems of finding boat slips and boat docks on Table Rock Lake. For the past two weeks I have been advertising several waterfront lots I have listed in the Shell Knob area. The ads have resulted in my receiving several calls and emails from potential buyers.
So what's the problem? I wanted new clients, of course, and I now have 20 new potential buyers wanting to buy waterfront lots. The problem is that these lots do not have any boatdocks.
Most people not only want to have a great view of the water, they want to be able to have easy access to their boat and other water toys.
As this is a Corps of Engineers lake, it is governed by The Corps rules and regulations. Attempting to keep the lake in pristine condition, The Corps approves only new large community boat docks in pre-determined coves.
This way, they hope to avoid the problems other lakes have encountered with docks coming loose from bad weather in the winter, and floating aimlessly. This usually is coupled with absentee owners, who not available or on site to care for their summer cottages and to care for their docks.
Docks, and boatslips in the docks, are now a more valued commodity than ever before.
For additional information, please call Joan or leave a comment. I'm never too busy to talk.
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