Sunny Hills Florida Vacant Lots

Sunny Hills Florida Vacant Lots

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Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#3 May 1, 2006
I prefer the term investor. But I do like dolphins.
ann

Schweinfurt, Germany

#4 May 4, 2006
I am located in Europe and will be relocating to this area. What is Sunny Hills? Is this a new home community? Is thai an established community or just starting new building? Thanks for any info.
RMC65

Plainview, NY

#5 May 4, 2006
It is an established community in north florida between chipley and panama city beach. there are also several lots for sale here for one to build a new home on there are homes here for sale also.

Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#6 May 5, 2006
Great area. New International Airport coming in (scheduled to open 2008). For more information - you can read about Sunny Hills and the various lots available at: www.panfloridaland.com
John

United States

#7 May 28, 2006
Hi I am interested in your lots. Are you willing to do owner finacing on some of them? Please let me know [email protected]
Milena Amit wrote:
I have 20 vacant lots in Sunny Hills, Washington County. I would like to sell these lots. If you are interested in buying property / investment lots in Sunny Hills please let me know as I would like to liquidate these properties.
Sunny Hills is a deed restricted community. All lots are single-family residential (no trailers). Please email me with any questions. [email protected]
gretchen

Crawford, TX

#8 Jun 6, 2006
Milena wrote:
Great area. New International Airport coming in (scheduled to open 2008). For more information - you can read about Sunny Hills and the various lots available at: www.panfloridaland.com
Milena -- I really was happy to see your posting!!
I just scoped out the panfloridaland.com site. Are the prices listed for Sunny Hills what the lots are ACTUALLY selling for? My sister and I have lots 1 & 2, Unit 6, Block 412. That is on Cavalier Drive. Have been offered 25000 apiece for them but declined. I want to SEE the area before I agree to sell. The question is -- should we keep holding out for more $$???
Is there Really and Truly a new airport going in? I am in Texas and the only contact that I have is over the internet. Any other websites that would be of interest to me?

Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#9 Jun 6, 2006
Sunny Hills is a bit complicated. Prices for lots range from $12k -$30k for a quarter acre lot. The reasons for the price variance include whether or not the lots are on a paved road, what unit they are in (Unit 6 is the Unit with the golf course) and how many listing there are for properties in that area (demand). I can tell you that the airport is definitely going in. Two theme parks have also purchased large acreage in the general area.

At this moment, if you still have a viable offer for $25k per lot, it is a great price for today's market. However, if you don't have to sell, you might want to consider holding onto it until the area expands a bit more.

If you have any questions, you can email me directly at [email protected]
gretchen wrote:
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Milena -- I really was happy to see your posting!!
I just scoped out the panfloridaland.com site. Are the prices listed for Sunny Hills what the lots are ACTUALLY selling for? My sister and I have lots 1 & 2, Unit 6, Block 412. That is on Cavalier Drive. Have been offered 25000 apiece for them but declined. I want to SEE the area before I agree to sell. The question is -- should we keep holding out for more $$???
Is there Really and Truly a new airport going in? I am in Texas and the only contact that I have is over the internet. Any other websites that would be of interest to me?
Kevin

Tampa, FL

#10 Jun 20, 2006
Milena,

I own a lot a few lots down from the clubhouse on the golf course and on Country Club Blvd. the lot is 100x150. I am thinking about selling it but have no idea how much to ask for it. Can you give me a feel for how much that is worth? I thank you so much for any assistance you can give.

Kevin
Milena wrote:
Sunny Hills is a bit complicated. Prices for lots range from $12k -$30k for a quarter acre lot. The reasons for the price variance include whether or not the lots are on a paved road, what unit they are in (Unit 6 is the Unit with the golf course) and how many listing there are for properties in that area (demand). I can tell you that the airport is definitely going in. Two theme parks have also purchased large acreage in the general area.
At this moment, if you still have a viable offer for $25k per lot, it is a great price for today's market. However, if you don't have to sell, you might want to consider holding onto it until the area expands a bit more.
If you have any questions, you can email me directly at [email protected]
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Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#11 Jun 21, 2006
Lots in Sunny Hills are selling anywhere from $19.9k to $30k, depending on the Unit, road (whether its paved, gravel or dirt) and other factors. Yes, it is 100% true that a new International Airport is coming into the area (Bay County) and this will help growth. However, due to the influx of sellers on the market now, prices are very competative. It is a buyer's market. If you check the mls listings, they sell in all price ranges.

Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#12 Jun 21, 2006
If you can sell the lots at $25k a piece - with a quick close (so days or less) and have the buyer pay ALL closing costs. I t is a pretty decent offer. However, if you don't have to sell right now, the prices should not be falling either. If you can wait a little bit, you'll be able to sell higher. It may take 2yrs. though - since that's how long it will take to get the airport finished.
I hope this was of help.
gretchen wrote:
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Milena -- I really was happy to see your posting!!
I just scoped out the panfloridaland.com site. Are the prices listed for Sunny Hills what the lots are ACTUALLY selling for? My sister and I have lots 1 & 2, Unit 6, Block 412. That is on Cavalier Drive. Have been offered 25000 apiece for them but declined. I want to SEE the area before I agree to sell. The question is -- should we keep holding out for more $$???
Is there Really and Truly a new airport going in? I am in Texas and the only contact that I have is over the internet. Any other websites that would be of interest to me?
Nily

New York, NY

#13 Jun 21, 2006
My husband and I bought commercial property in Sunny Hills about a year ago. We purchased Lot 15, Block 491, Unit 8. Does anyone have any idea as to what the property is worth now? We are not sure whether we should consider selling now. I believe it is 20,000 sq.ft. We live in NY and have not actually seen the site.

Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#14 Jun 21, 2006
Commercial lots are pricedd slightly differently than residential.
BORIS

Memphis, TN

#15 Jun 21, 2006
MILENA, THANKS FOR A INFO, I ALSO HAVE 2 LOTS IN U-7, PLANING TO HANG ON. SEND ME SOME INFO ON YOUR PROPERTY TO [email protected] thanks

Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#17 Jun 25, 2006
Dan - I'll pull the plat map on Monday and I'll let you know if there's anything I can do.
Dan Fulghun wrote:
Milena, you seem to be the one that every contacts regarding Sunny Hills. I have a lot that I want to sell. The parcel # is 000000000704410029. The legal is Lot 29 Block 0441 Sunny Hills Unit 7. It's on a paved road. I'm only asking $28,900. It's 13,000 Sq. Ft. I will pay a 10% referral fee to anyone that brings me a buyer. 305.807.0912 Emai: [email protected]
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Since: Apr 06

Hallandale Beach

#18 Jun 28, 2006
For any of you who are interested in perhaps building a primary or vacation home on your land is Sunny Hills, my company has great and very affordable floor-plans to chose from. Since you own your own lots, you do not need any money down as a deposit for the home - we can use the lot as equity! Please feel free to call me for more information at 786-319-0795.
Pmelam

Troy, MI

#19 Jul 19, 2006
I was looking at available parcels in Sunny Hills - why Deltona's properties are so much more expensive? Do they have an upper hand on Sunny Hills development?
Falco

Tampa, FL

#20 Jul 26, 2006
I will sell you my lot in Sunny Hills for a great price if you sing "Rock Me Amedeus". What a great song!
Pmelam

Troy, MI

#21 Jul 27, 2006
It is a great song!!! too bad Falco is dead:)
Falco

Tampa, FL

#22 Jul 27, 2006
Yes Yes Yes.... but Falco would have invested in Sunny Hills since the airport and theme parks are going in that area. Falco would have changed the song to "Rock me Sunny Hills!"
Pmelam

Bloomfield Hills, MI

#23 Jul 28, 2006
Naturlich!

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