How’s the water?Posted by Eric Carvajal on Sep 13, 2011 in Lake Austin Real Estate, Lake LBJ Real Estate, Lake Travis Real Estate | 0 comments
With the drought comes stagnant water and with stagnant water we often times we see bacteria which can cause a concern for swimmers. This month, however, Lake LBJ scored excellent on water quality with dissolved oxygen levels being optimal for sustaining fish population and bacteria levels remained relatively low. Lake Austin and Lake Travis also received similar water quality rankings which is very good for waterfront real estate values. These favorable ratings are being attributed to some of the rain seen in West Texas this month which creates fresh inflows of water into the Highland Lakes.
When purchasing waterfront real estate in Austin or Lake LBJ real estate it is important to understand all aspects of waterfront ownership, including water quality levels. This can be a very important factor and can seriously affect demand for waterfront real estate and thus drive pricing. You can always monitor the water levels by visiting the LCRA’s website .
Be sure you are working with a knowledgeable real estate expert when purchasing Lake LBJ real estate. Contact us today for assistance with all your waterfront real estate needs in central Texas.