How much does it cost 5 acre of land in Orlando at present time? high and low?

Asked by Albert, Orlando, FL Thu Oct 11, 2007

How much does it cost 5 acre of land in Orlando at present time? high and low?

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Paula Bean, , Orlando, FL
Thu Oct 11, 2007
Orlando is a very big area, and the rates will be all over the map. You would need to define a price range or perhaps an area before this question could be accurately answered.

The best thing is to go by price, then do a search of the entire market to see what's out there.

Get back to us and we'll be able to help you further.
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Butt, , Japan, MO
Thu May 24, 2012
It costs approxmately $500,000.
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Alan Trauger, , Florida Center, Orlando, FL
Thu Mar 17, 2011
Presently, I am assisting a business owner in the Orlando area expand his business and build a warehouse on a parcel of land approximately this size. Price can vary greatly dependent upon use, zoning , location, amenities, development costs. Any where from $2 sf to $7 sf for the raw land. It is very important to perform due diligence on a parcel of vacant land before purchasing the property. Otherwise, the land could virtually be worthless or costs could prove very high and make the business model and proforma to high for a return on the investment
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Jose Benitez, , Orlando, FL
Sat Nov 3, 2007
DEPENDING ON THE LOCATION, YOU COULD BE SPENDING 200K TO OVER 600K. IF YOU GET ME SPECIFIC INFORMATION THEN I CAN GIVE YOU A MORE ACCURATE INFORMATION
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Jennifer De…, Agent, Orlando, FL
Thu Oct 11, 2007
Hi Albert,

I'm in agreement with the previous responses. You have a wide variety of land/lots to choose from. If you are looking for something residential, for 5 acres you may have to go a bit to the outskirts. There are some great parcels available in Apopka and the Clermont area.

But to really answer your question, please be a bit more specific as to the usage. For example, new construction, equestrian use, waterfront. etc. I would be happy to conduct a market analysis for you with a bit more info.
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ian cockburn, Agent, New Orleans, LA
Thu Oct 11, 2007
It all depends on where in Orlando, whether it is residential, commercial or otherwise, what utilities are included on the property. One needs to be alot more specific to get a good idea of what you want.
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