Gulf Of Mexico Real Estate

Written by Gregg Ruais
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Owning real estate near the Gulf of Mexico is a boat lover's dream come true. The Gulf waters are clear blue, and the coast is lined with palm trees and white sand. If you live in Texas near the Gulf, you can expect weather in the high 60s and low 70s during daytime in the winter. In the summertime, you can expect the thermostat to reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit on a regular basis. Sport fishermen take their boats out on the Gulf nearly every day, all year round.

Fishing and Water Sports in the Gulf of Mexico

Not only are the scenery and weather great, the fishing is phenomenal. The Gulf of Mexico marine life has made the Texas coast and New Orleans famous for seafood cuisine. The residents don't have to eat out, although there are plenty of dining options if they want to, because they can always go fishing and catch dinner themselves.

Avid fishermen from all over the country take fishing vacations in Texas. They either go out on chartered fishing tours or rent boats themselves. A large portion of the residents in cities like Corpus Christi own their own boats.

Some boaters just enjoy being on the water. With such consistently perfect weather, people take recreational cruises in Corpus Christi Bay and the Gulf all the time. The heat is rarely a problem in this area, because there is always a steady breeze. When you start feeling too hot, you can always stop the boat and take a dip. High speed water sports, like water skiing and tubing, are very popular in this area.

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Consistently good weather minus the occasional hurricane

Real estate puffing should not lull people into a sense of non reality.