The Prices there were at the bottom about a year ago. They have actually gone up. You can keep an eye out on foreclosures in that building but i haven't seen much activity in there. There are other units that might be a better purchase if your looking for price, but if you want the best, then the Grand is a good choice. I have a lot of resources and information about the units if you would like to reach out to me I would be happy to send some over.
I will also be happy to add you to my Gateway Grand list and send you new price reductions and listings when they come on the market.
Simply email me your information to TheRoops@TheRoopGroup.com and let me know what you are looking for.
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I see there are already 5 answers to your question but I'll offer my 2 cents as well.
Someone once said you never know when you've hit the bottom until you're on the way back up. There's no real way any of us can know. Plus, "bottom" can be relative. What I can tell you is that generally speaking the Ocean City market has experienced price levels reminiscent of 2002/2003, pre-boom. Understand that this is a generalization and there will and are exceptions. There are buildings or developments in town where the prices have risen as mentioned by Carmen.
If you're specifically inquiring about Gateway, the questions you should be asking yourself is "Can you afford it? Can you qualify for a loan in that amount? Is it what you want? And to elaborate on Monica's response, have you seen other oceanfront units or buildings in town? The Gateway may appear to be a "bargain" compared to their inital pricing of a few years ago but there's the argument that those prices may have been inflated.
As I'm sure my colleagues would agree working with a Buyer's Agent is the best way to ensure that you have the representation and information you need to make such a decision. Hopefully you are.
Best of luck.
I agree with the agents who have already responded in regards with pricing.
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Prices are on the rise in the area - but the interest rates are still so low - So now is the time to buy and take advantage of the low rates. We never know what an election will do to the rates or prices.
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