I'm interested in purchased a 1 acre lot in Cedar Hill but have heard about issues involving their questionable (shifty) soil.

Asked by Acre-plus Lot Guy, 75104 Sat Jun 26, 2010

1) What steps should I take to verify the lot I’m interested in is OK for development of a home?
2) How much should I expect to pay per acre in the Lakeridge area?

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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Mon Jun 28, 2010
You will want to get a soil survey during the option period from a structural engineer than can plan your foundation.
Lakeridge....wide variety of prices.....depending on so many things...view...slope...improvements...trees..etc.

Prices....anywhere from probably $20000 to $100,000?

With all the homes for sale...why would you buy a lot and build? You can probably make a much much better deal on a resale.
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Joan Coubaro…, Agent, Arlington, TX
Sat Jun 26, 2010
There has been some issues in Lakeridge. I would get an expert in soil testing. I can say that some of the views are beautiful in that area looking over Joe Pool Lake. I live in Mansfield and take that route when traveling to Cedar Hills.

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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Sat Jun 26, 2010
You need get the soil tested

Pay per acre many other factors are involved review these subject matters with your buyers agent

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