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SOLD-Buildable Vacant Lot in Port St Lucie

Welcome to your canvas for building the new construction home of your dreams in Port St Lucie!

Bring your vision to life on this dream lot tucked away on a short street with little traffic.    

Build your custom home on a lot with easy access to Crosstown Parkway or Gatlin areas, St Lucie West or Tradition.

Owners planted a large macadamia nut tree that was started on the lot a long time ago. 

This new construction lot is not in an HOA community without the restrictions on boats, motorcycles and work trucks.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity of this lot to build the home you’ve always dreamed of.

The Oak Hammock area of Port St Lucie provides easy access to Interstate 95 via Crosstown Parkway or Gatlin, and easy access to the Turnpike at Bayshore. 

Easy access to hospitals, commercial centers, and easy highway access to commercial airports in under an hour.

This vacant lot in Port St Lucie Florida has been listed by the Casas De Walker Team, Keller WIlliams Port ST Lucie.

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The Story

This vacant lot was bought by an international family as a future investment to build a home here in South Florida. They bought this vacant lot in the late 1970s when Port St Lucie was still a supersmall rural town between Miami and Orlando.

A macadamia tree was planted in honor of the family that has matured in the south Florida climate.

Drone photo of the vacant lot in the story

But life has changed. This buildable lot for a new construction house no longer suits the financial purposes of the owner. They have decided to sell.

Since they are international sellers who have owned the lot for more than 40 decades, I get asked if listing this land is a case of vacant land fraud here in Florida.

Two red flags are sellers who reside outside of the US and long term ownership.

 Selling vacant land is part of what we do. We occasionally receive emails from strangers wanting to sell their land.  Normally, we are instantly suspicious of email requests, particularly from free email accounts like Gmail, Hotmail, or Zohomail.

We check the Port St. Lucie or St. Lucie County property records to find the owner’s mailing address. We do an obituary search in that city. We run some skip trace skills we have to find social media and phone numbers.

Read More: how deceased sellers have reached out to us

In this case, we have sat down in person with the seller, who has a winter residence in Florida. We’ve been able to verify the owner of this vacant land.

The Journey to Sale

With aggressive pricing, the vacant lot listing received multiple offers in a matter of days.

The highest and best offer backed out after 3 days. The buyer discovered they did not have the capability to close due to circumstances that were not forseen when the offer was made.

We moved on to buyer number 2, a national builder. During their inspection period, we were told that corporate postponed all land acquisitions. They too cancelled.

We moved on to buyer number 3, another regional builder. The day before closing, their corporate office made a policy decision that blew up our closing.

At this moment, we have moved on to buyer number 4.

Walking with the Land Seller

Every real estate transaction has it’s unique circumstances and a unique mix of buyer, seller, agents, title companies, and other third parties that might get involved.

The three cancellations have been an emotional journey for everyone. Real estate can be that way.

Our job as great real estate agents is to navigate the detours and surprises along the way. Some detours are common. The three we’ve experienced on this transaction so far have been unexpectedly unique and circumstance-driven.

Some transactions have hiccups like this. Our job is to walk with you to the closing line. We provide a plan of response, negotiation, and action to keep you moving forward as a seller.

The deal finally closed in June.