Re: July 21 article, “Nature, or error?”
I’m a real estate appraiser and broker and I live in Lakeway, in what used to be a waterfront community. For two decades now, we have been warned by credible experts in the field to expect more serious droughts and weather extremes due to climate change. The low water level on Lake Travis has had a serious impact on demand and values for waterfront or lake-oriented properties due to such uncertainty. Even when the lake fills up, it could take years to restore buyer confidence.
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