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Fla. recreational, ranchland transactions down, prices up

 
LAKELAND, Fla. – April 3, 2014 – The volume of sales transactions for recreational and ranchlands in Florida is down 50 percent over the past year, but the median price per acre is higher, according to statewide 2013 land sales data compiled and reported in the 2014 “Lay of the Land” Market Report.

This and other key facts important to buyers, sellers and developers will be discussed during the Lay of the Land Conference on Friday, April 4, 2014, at the Streamsong Resort in Polk County.

Florida Realtors Research Economist Brad O’Connor will address Florida’s residential real estate market in 2014 as one of the featured speakers.

“Since 2010, we have been compiling and verifying sales of large tracts of Florida land to help buyers, sellers and developers understand their market value,” says Dean Saunders, owner/real estate broker of Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate. “This is the only verified data available to enable smart transactions when it comes to Florida land sales.”
 
The Lay of the Land Conference where the 2014 Market Report will be unveiled is held annually.

“The Lay of the Land Market Report is outstanding,” says Robert Thomas, chair of the Florida Land Council. “It provides concise and accurate information on a broad spectrum of land use and values and is an important and very valuable resource for Florida land owners.”

For more information about the Lay of the Land Conference, visit its website.

© 2014 Florida Realtors® 

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