With Several Great Options to Choose from, There’s a Perfect Neighborhood for Everyone
When relocating to the Hot Springs area, there are countless options in choosing a home. Whether it’s a single family home, condo or apartment, Hot Springs has a wide variety of types of homes, price ranges and living amenities.
With more than 40 local real estate agencies, finding someone to assist in buying that perfect abode is easy. Working with a local realtor is beneficial to people moving to Hot Springs, because a local realtor knows the area when the client does not. They can listen to the needs and wants of the buyer to find that perfect home.
By using a local realtor, buyers work with community experts. Local realtors track real estate trends, share neighborhood concerns and participate in community events. They also concern themselves with local matters to assure the best real estate market for Hot Springs.
Real estate in Garland County is on the rise.
For the month of January, Garland County ranked fourth in the state in
In January, 130 new and existing residential units were sold, which was a 54.76 percent increase from January 2017, according to the Arkansas Realtors Association. There were a total of 1,591 units sold in the year of 2017, which was a 9.5 percent increase from the previous year.
The Hot Springs area offers a wide variety of living options.
For those looking for more security, Garland County has a great deal of gated communities. The gated communities vary in size and amenities. Hot Springs Village is a 26,000-acre community and boasts many amenities like multiple hiking trails, golf courses and lakes. There are also many gated community options for those wanting something small and intimate or in between.
With two lakes that allow lakeside housing in the Hot Springs area, finding a perfect lake home is easy.
Built in 1932, Lake Hamilton is 7,460 acres and is lined with many homes, condominiums, resorts and restaurants. Lake Catherine is 1,940 acres and nestled into narrow valleys among the Ouachita Mountains. It was built in 1924, and residential homes dot its shoreline.
There are also many options for finding a home near shopping, hospitals and/or schools.
For those looking for more of a city vibe, there are also many homes located in and around the vibrant downtown area and the Quapaw/Prospect, Whittington, Park Avenue and Gateway historic neighborhoods that surround downtown. However, for those looking for larger lots with more room to spread out, the greater Hot Springs area is expansive and offers many options of home with more acreage on all sides of the City of Hot Springs and throughout Garland County.