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Over 100 acres of land that backs up to over 120,000 acres of state and federally owned property! Features include: 2,280 ft of paved road frontage, partially planted in pines, partially cleared, fenced, & cross fenced. Includes a 784 sq ft cabin with well & septic, equipment storage building, chicken coop, greenhouses, animal pens, livestock shelters, running water, electrical. Adjacent to the Osceola National Forest & the US Forest Services National Scenic Trail-Deep Creek Trailhead. Only 8 miles from Interstate-10.
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Rockford Realty Group
Nice wooded land for sale in High Springs FL – in Columbia County -. Just a short drive to town and to the Santa Fe River! Lot features large trees, an old home foundation, (might be a working well), and paved road frontage. Come check it out!
Beautiful / gorgeous pasture land located in Union County, North Florida. This is almost 11 acres of land (10.81 acres) for sale in North Florida.
This is some of the most beautiful pasture land you will ever see. Completely fenced, several nice hardwood trees, paved road frontage, what more could you ask in a property?
Location is in Union County between Lake City FL and Alachua FL.
Call Gabe Fitzhugh for offers & showings: (386) 754-2818
Listed by Rockford Realty Group.
Great newer home located in rural Suwannee County near rivers and springs! This home is great for one family or it can be easily used as three different units. Each unit consisting of its own front entry door, a kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom, and a living room area. There is a very nice screened in back patio, the carport accommodates 4 cars, there is an in-house laundry room and hookups outside in the carport. Home is equipped with storm shutters and the screened room has a storm shutter as well that closes off the porch. Very clean, modern design! A must see!!!
Here are some clips from articles I’ve read regarding the expected trend for mortgage interest rates. Call or email Gabe Fitzhugh at (386) 754-2818 for questions on real estate in Lake City FL and other areas of North Florida and North Central Florida.
Mortgage Rate Trend Index – Only 8% of industry experts polled this week by Bankrate.com expect rates to decline over the short term, with most (67%) anticipating an increase. The rest (25%) foresee little change.
Mortgage-rate increase should be slight. Mortgage rates are being lifted by what is arguably more optimism than is warranted at the moment, given the issues at hand, but the momentum seems to be slightly upward at present. That is expected to continue into this week. Rates are likely to see another mild rise, numbering in perhaps a handful of basis points, but there is no reason at present to expect any huge change.
Experts are predicting mortgage rates to will finally begin to pick themselves up later this year, and when they do, it’s likely that the higher rates will affect move-up home buyers and curb refinancings.
Florida Realtors® News
Daily Briefing: Wednesday, January 2, 2013 A service for members of Florida Realtors — Special Report: Real estate provisions in ‘fiscal cliff’ bill
WASHINGTON – Jan. 2, 2013 – Yesterday, the House and Senate passed H.R. 8, legislation to avert the so-called “fiscal cliff.” Following are real estate-related provisions of the bill, which President Obama plans to sign into law today:
• Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act extended to January 1, 2014. In place since 2007, the act provided a tax break for homeowners who struggled through financial hardship such as a foreclosure, and were granted mortgage debt forgiveness. In the past several months, National Association of Realtors (NAR) issued numerous calls to action urging its million-plus Realtor members to ask lawmakers to extend the tax break for another year. More than a quarter of all transactions involve distressed properties, the NAR said in its plea. “Homeowners shouldn’t be forced to pay a tax on money they’ve already lost with cash they never received.”
• Deduction for mortgage insurance premiums for filers making below $110,000 is extended through 2013 and made retroactive to cover 2012.
• The 15-year straight-line cost recovery for qualified leasehold improvements on commercial properties is extended through 2013 and made retroactive to cover 2012.
• The 10 percent tax credit (up to $500) for homeowners for energy efficiency improvements to existing homes is extended through 2013 and made retroactive to cover 2012.
• “Pease limitations” that reduce the value of itemized deductions are permanently repealed for most taxpayers but will be reinstituted for high-income filers. “Pease” limitations will only apply to individuals earning more than $250,000 and joint filers earning more than $300,000. The thresholds are indexed for inflation so will rise over time. Under the formula, filers gradually lose the value of their total itemized deductions up to a total of a 20% reduction.
First enacted in 1990 and named for Ohio Congressman Don Pease, who proposed the idea, the limitations continued throughout the Clinton years. The limitations were gradually phased out starting in 2003 and eliminated in 2010. Reinstitution of these limits has far less impact on the mortgage interest deduction than a hard dollar deduction cap, percentage deduction cap or reduction of the amount of mortgage interest deduction that can be claimed.
• The capital gains rate remains at 15 percent for individuals earning less than $400,000 per year and couples earning less than $450,000. Any gains above these amounts will be taxed at 20 percent. The $250,000/$500,000 exclusion for the sale of principle residence remains.
Wooded lot for sale in Fort White Florida (Columbia County) with graded road frontage, well, water holding tanks, and septic tank.