$ for lot in new dev overlooking Lake Dora

Marylovesthelions

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$195,000 for 6,098.4 Square Feet lot
About 26 lots in plan.
The pool of upper middle class and rich people moving to FL seems bottomless and their funds limitless.
 

PSUEngineer89

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$195,000 for 6,098.4 Square Feet lot
About 26 lots in plan.
The pool of upper middle class and rich people moving to FL seems bottomless and their funds limitless.
Make sure you let them know about Florida's new "No voting for 10 years after moving to Florida law", commonly called the "leave a blue state, in red America, you don't rate"
 

GSPMax

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$195,000 for 6,098.4 Square Feet lot
About 26 lots in plan.
The pool of upper middle class and rich people moving to FL seems bottomless and their funds limitless.
Last year I know of over $300000 for a similar sized lot overlooking a couple acre storm water retention pond.
 
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Marylovesthelions

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Make sure you let them know about Florida's new "No voting for 10 years after moving to Florida law", commonly called the "leave a blue state, in red America, you don't rate"
The vast majority are registering Republican. During DeSantis's 4 years in office we've gone from an excess of 250000 democrats over Republican abd reversed that. That's a 500000 voters swing for the good guys. On the other hand New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Illinois northern northern States are gonna be even more screwed up.
 

PSUEngineer89

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The vast majority are registering Republican. During DeSantis's 4 years in office we've gone from an excess of 250000 democrats over Republican abd reversed that. That's a 500000 voters swing for the good guys. On the other hand New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Illinois northern northern States are gonna be even more screwed up.
Now that's a good question you raise.

Are those people going from the North East to Florida conservatives (after all, even New York is about 40% conservative or so), or a mix, or liberals?

Great question.

I see the registration, and I also see that Miami-Dade is actually R in the early voting.

Such a shift essentially ends Florida as a battleground state.

Man, life comes at you fast.

Az, Georgia, Pa are now swing, and Florida and Ohio are not.
 

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