New corporate developments are being very effective in promotional marketing. Their high priced marketing agencies should be congratulated. "Back lot" properties that advertise "easy access" to Grayton Park and a "few minutes to beach" sound attractive to many naive buyers. In fact these developments are miles from the beach and will require owners to get into a car or golf cart and battle traffic. They will have to drive to crowded beach accesses with inadequate parking. If they go to Grayton Beach park whey will have to pay admission. In the evening they will again have to fight traffic to restaurants and need a designated driver to get them home safely. These new "back lot " houses are built on land of much less value than lots that are actually walkable to beaches and restaurants. The new houses are very enticing with their"up to date" all stainless steel kitchens ( omly orth about $6k-and granite counter tops. Developers also throw in a few thousand dollars for closing costs. Real estate agents get incentives to refer clients to the developers. This sugar coating distracts the unwary buyer from the importance of a location that is a convenient walkable distance to beach. In Seagrove Beach there are some less promoted good values that are actually walking distance to beach. This would include any properties with in 1/4 mile of beach from Eastern Lake to Seaside. This would include such hidden neighborhoods as Grove By the Sea, Sugarwood Beach, Cassine Village, and Dalton Subdivision.