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Old 01-26-2007, 09:33 AM
 
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I live in West Palm Beach and am looking to relocate. S.Florida used to be great place to live but the illegal invasion and the cost of living has destroyed it. Everyone seems to have positive things to say about N. Florida but that term covers so much geography. Are there any areas still left where you can buy a 3/2 home on a 10 acre parcel of land for 200,000K? I've also heard that Flagler County is the fastest growing county in the state. Anyone know anything about Flagler?
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Old 01-26-2007, 09:52 AM
 
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Plenty has already been written about north Florida, but there are several inhabitants who would be glad to help out. I don't know anything about the east side, though.
I'll talk a bit about my little corner, in Gulf and Franklin counties.
The JOE Company owns a lot of land up here, from bayfront to inland. (I'm talking about acreage that is homesite, but with nothing built on it.)
Prices range quite a bit, from $25K to a million.
In terms of buying built property on a bunch of acres, that might be pricier, depending on where you want to live.
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Old 01-26-2007, 10:18 AM
 
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I live in West Palm Beach and am looking to relocate. S.Florida used to be great place to live but the illegal invasion and the cost of living has destroyed it. Everyone seems to have positive things to say about N. Florida but that term covers so much geography. Are there any areas still left where you can buy a 3/2 home on a 10 acre parcel of land for 200,000K? I've also heard that Flagler County is the fastest growing county in the state. Anyone know anything about Flagler?
Just as an example, this house is asking $299.000 I am sure can be bought for less. It sits on just under 8 acres and an aerial view of the property looks very nice as does the surrounding area. It was built in 2001. Can you imagine what a house like that in say Fort Lauderdale sitting on a postage stamp size lot would cost?
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Old 01-26-2007, 10:27 AM
 
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Wow! That is alot of land and house for under 300K. Where is it?
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