CAMA conforming re-buildable lots

CAMA conforming re-buildable lots

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fsuinnc

Raleigh, NC

#1 Feb 4, 2014
I have spent quite a bit of time researching the rules (CAMA) for determining if a lot is re-buildable or not. When I look online at views from Google Maps. etc. the images seem to indicate that there is plenty of room between the 'first line of vegetation' and the structure. In most cases the property is in the 2ft/yr erosion zone so the setback should only be 60 feet. When I call a realtor they tell me the lot is not rebuildable.

I realize that the images may be a few years old but it seems like the "Rules" for determining this are different for Oak Island than what I have found on Topsail and even Carolina beach.

Is there a public list of conforming/non-conforming lots available?
Does anyone know why Oak Island seems to be judged differently?

Thanks

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