There are a lot of gulf homes for sale that are good real estate investment because of their locations and affordability taking into account of the region’s overall geographical resources, sceneries, and commercial prosperity.
Being the ninth largest body of water in the world, the Gulf of Mexico has abundant natural resources. The wide array of natural resources includes fisheries, minerals, and ecological habitats. Specifically, fisheries such as shrimps and oysters account for half of the U.S.’s fisheries products. Mineral resources such as petroleum in the Gulf produce a quarter of the U.S. domestic natural gas and one-eighth of its oil. Lastly, ecological habitats like coastal wetlands, submerged vegetation, important upland areas, and marine/offshore areas have great commercial values to the region.
The Gulf region is famous for its beautiful sceneries. Florida beaches are one of the hottest spot for vacationing or local recreations. The spectacular beauties and first-class facilities and services are the best features of Florida beaches that have drawn million of people there monthly. Mississippi river is another beautiful spot in the Gulf Region where people can visit Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, and national historical parks like Natchez National Historical Park, and New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park. Down to the more southern part of the Gulf region, one can visit the El Cielo and other attractions in Mexico. Even more south, you can also enjoy Cuban beaches such as Varadero Beach, the Eastern Havana Beaches (Playas del Este) which are also famous for its sunshine and great facilities.
In addition, geographically, the Gulf of Mexico is surrounded by Gulf Coast states of the United State such as Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas; regions from Mexico such as Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan; and also the inland of Cuba. Because of its unique geography, the Gulf region definitely has tremendous commercial potentiality. Tourism is one of the most important commerce in the region. The beautiful beaches and shores are popular spots for tourists and local alike that generates billion in revenues for local businesses.
Ports and shipping industries, on the other hand, are also commercially important in the Gulf region. The entire region is approximately 600,000 square miles which is measured of about 995 miles from east to west, 560 miles from north to south. Specifically, the area from Cape Sable, Florida, to the Yucatan peninsula is more than 3,540 miles, with another 236 miles of shore on the northwest tip of Cuba. And the total shoreline will be more than 16,000 miles in the U.S. if bays and other inland waters are also counted. Seven out of top ten sea ports in the U.S. are located in the Gulf of Mexico. For instance, the Port of South Louisiana in New Orleans and the Port of Houston are two of world’s busiest sea ports.
Residential real estates in the Gulf region offer you varieties of styles from villa to townhouse. And investing in Gulf homes is a wise choice not only because of the region’s rich resources, and commercial values, but also because of the many beautiful sceneries and mild weather.