Just a heads up while you are poking around on the internet, looking for homes and condos for sale in the Hot Springs area...

In a condominium complex, there is a lot of commonly owned area. If the condo complex owns waterfront land that is held in common with all property owners, a condo that might be several rows back from the lake itself can be listed as waterfront. I.E., the condo unit itself might have a partial view of distant water...with a good view of the unit that is in front's roof. The thing is, is that a boardwalk right on the water that the Condominium Association maintains should be common property and thus accessible to any of those property owners, so you actually do own a share in the waterfront amenity. This does NOT however apply to boat docks in many cases, so that is an item of research for your agent. Hope this helps some.

Bill