All Blog Entries by Hunter Croan

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People tend to ask me what makes one lake more popular than another. Take Lake McQueeney for instance. The main contributor to Lake McQueeney’s popularity is the Lake Breeze Ski Lodge. The Lodge has been around for since the mid 1900’s and continues to grow in popularity to this day. For those of you who do not know about the Ski Lodge, it is a private club located on Lake McQueeney. This wonderful place has put the area lakes on the map, especially Lake McQueeney. The great benefit of this private club is that you can boat or drive up to the Lodge any day of the week (in the summer) and grab a bite to eat, swim in the pool, fill up with gas, and even grab a drink at the bar. There is also an amateur ski show on Thursday nights in the summer put on by the

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A lot of people have been contacting me with questions about the area lakes (Lake McQueeney, Lake Dunlap, Lake Placid, Meadow Lake). One of the most common questions I receive is, “Are the lakes big enough to put a boat on?” So to answer their question, I have made a Video Tour of Lake McQueeney. I will be making a video tour of Lake Dunlap, Lake Placid, and Meadow Lake very soon, so check back soon to see the new videos.

I have even labeled most of the neighborhoods and roads. Including: The Bandit Golf Course (Long Creek Subdivision), The Condos, Cypress Hill, Elm Grove, Gallagher, River Haven/Happy Haven, Laguna Vista, Lake Bend, Lake Ridge, Lakeview Trail, Las Brisas, Las Hadas, Ridgeroad, River Springs, Terminal Loop, Treasure Island, Vista Del

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Visual tours have been a great tool for the past few years by providing a feel for what the house is like prior to viewing it personally. However, as technology progresses, potential buyers are demanding more. Real Video Tours have recently become the latest and greatest thing in residential real estate marketing. With a video tour, prospective buyers can tour the house from the comfort of there own home or office. A virtual tour is basically 4-6 pictures pasted together to form a panoramic view. A video tour is about 30 plus pictures (frames) per second. If the video is 3 minutes long then that is the equivalent to 5400 pictures! For example, take a look at some of the Lake House Video Tours on my current listings. It is very hard to capture the true

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