Nice subdivision. High end restrictions. Some waterfront lots - minimum size of one acre. Relatively new - as far as neighborhoods go - only a few years old. It takes a while for building to take hold in a new neighborhood. Then once it starts, it grows steadily. As far as it being a safe investment, only someone with a very, very reliable crystal ball can say so. (I'm not being flip) It is just that while we think of real estate as being a good place to put money, it does not come with a guarrantee. And of course, we hope that the worst is behind us for many years to come. Also, just because there is a developer representative, doesn't mean you shouldn't (or can't) have a real estate agent who is looking out for YOUR interests-to represent YOU and negotiate the sale with the developer. Hope this helps.