Harbor Landing Condos Ocean Springs MS

by admin on March 21, 2011

Harbor Landing Condos ViewHarbor Landing Condos in Ocean Springs, MS originally sold to a lot of investors because of the great location and potential for high-dollar rentals. Unfortunately, things are not always like they are pitched and while the condo units had an excellent value, they were not great as investment units because rent demands would not create a positive cash flow with the 10-15% down that many investors bought with. This created issues with the HOA and foreclosures ensued shortly after.

Harbor Landing Palm treesFortunately, many of the foreclosures are past and the development seems to be making headway again and moving higher in prices. The HOA seems to be on a bit more solid ground and it makes this community a viable one for those who want to live in a waterfront development with great views and great fishing.

Located in Gulf Park Estates, it is close to shopping and easy access to everything Ocean Springs has to offer in the way of shops and culture. A vibrant culture maintains Ocean Springs and the schools are among some of the best on the coast.

If you are considering living in a great waterfront community such as Harbor Landing or selling your existing unit, contact me and let me put my experience to work for you.


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HALEY MATTISON June 26, 2011 at 4:26 pm

Im interested in a two bedroom two bath monthly lease/rental. Do you have any available units that are not furnished?
Thanks, Haley


Damion June 27, 2011 at 1:47 pm

I do not actively engage in property management but I am making some phone calls to others that may have a unit for you. I will follow up in email.


Kathy Guay August 2, 2011 at 8:42 am

Do you know the HOA fees for a 2bd 2 bath at this condominium?


Damion August 2, 2011 at 9:36 am

They vary slightly but range in the $400-$500 area. The HOA fees cover external insurance and maintenance, grounds, etc.


Suzanne November 14, 2011 at 3:07 am

I am wondering if there are any units NOT managed by Rental Resources. We had a terrible experience renting a unit from them (showing up to a filthy unit after travelling all day & they never sent a housekeeper as promised). By the way, the MS Real Estate Commission has filed a complaint against Rental Resources because of the many complaints they have received, and are hoping to suspend their license. These are very nice condos & convenient, but I will not rent from them again. Do you rent any out or know of any others who may manage some of the other units. Thank you.


Damion November 14, 2011 at 3:18 am

I am not sure about any complaints, etc against them.

However, these units are almost all individually owned so it is more probable that there are. I noticed that you also sent an email – I will respond in more depth to that.



reeves March 12, 2012 at 9:59 am

What is the total HOA per month ? What does it include for the HOA fee?


Randy September 7, 2014 at 7:13 am

HOA fees currently include flood, hazard insurance up to the unpainted sheet rock, grounds keeping, water, cable, internet, pool, community room, boat dock with water and electric. HOA fees are based on sq footage of unit. My HOA fee for 875 sq ft runs $385/month.


Tim Peters July 13, 2012 at 12:58 pm

I am interested in a condo in Biloxi. Two bed two bath facing water. My price range is 125-150. Is there anything that falls in that range?

I have a condo in Gulf Shores that has no mortgage.


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