After years of being in the real-estate business here in the N FL area, we’ve come to recognize and learn what some of the most commonly asked for and searched types of properties are. While building out this website it was important to be able to offer a very simple but effective way for customers to search for and find commonly desired types of real-estate. We wanted this without getting bogged down in the quagmire of useless search criteria found on other websites that do not understand a rural real-estate market.
You can also of course always use the “Advanced Search” page if you need to narrow down your search a bit more.
We think you’ll find these pre-loaded criteria searches below very useful to you and your search for property here in our beautiful N FL area! All links are automatically updated with the newest inventory every 24 hours, and are sorted from Newest to Oldest. You can also Save a Search to get email notifications of any new properties that come available under that criteria.
This link will show you all current inventory of site-built homes in our area situated on 10 acres or more. Age of home, bedrooms, location, and exact acreage vary. We have found most people are flexible on these other items. Manufactured housing is excluded. If you have some exact criteria you need to search for, you can use our Advanced Search page.
One of the virtues of moving to a rural area – no restrictions, covenants, or home owners associations to contend with! We are always asked about property without these by people looking at our area to escape the more developed areas. This link shows all unrestricted vacant land properties between $15,000 and $100,000. Location, acreage, and amenities (if any) will vary.
Homes where the seller is offering owner financing. No bank or typical lending institution involved. Usually a good option for those with challenged credit, but you’ll need a sizable down payment to cover the seller’s closing costs and expenses.
Tracts of land in our area beginning at 40 acres in size and going up from there. All types, and locations. Farms, recreational hunting tracts, timber property, and more are just some of what you’ll run across.
For those wanting to be centralized to Live Oak, FL – This search will show you every residential property within 5 miles of the downtown area.
Foreclosed homes in Live Oak FL, Bank owned homes in and around Live Oak, FL. Bank owned homes usually require an already existing proof of funds letter, or prequalification letter from your intended lender before you can submit any kind of an offer. So make sure you have your ducks in a row and ready to pull the trigger when you run across the right one for you!
Vacant land tracts with already existing well and septic systems. Usually left over from previous structures no longer on the property, or originally intended for seasonal usage with RVs and campers. You may be able to buy something for less than the cost of putting in the utilities new on another piece of land. A variety of areas, acreages, and price ranges.
Always a favorite for folks and highly requested! Log Homes for sale in North Florida, Log Cabins, Log Houses of varying size, price, and acreage in our area. Look for your future rustic home here!
Vacant land tracts that offer owner or seller financing. No bank loans required on these tracts. Great opportunity for those that do not want to get involved with the complexities of bank financing. Price, terms, and amenities vary from parcel to parcel. If you’re looking for seller finance land in North FL for sale, this is where you should check!
Tracts of land starting out at 15 acres in size, and going up from there. Sorted by the newest listings first. Being able to spread out, have privacy, and enjoy your freedom to roam on your own real estate are just a few of the many reason’s people search for acreage. Build your dream home, use it recreationally, or for agricultural purposes. We’ve got it here in North FL.
Vacant land tracts on the Santa Fe River – one of the premiere bodies of water in the North Florida region. Fed by numerous fresh water springs and popular with tubers, kayakers, and canoers. The river runs through portions of Alachua, Gilchrist, Columbia, and Suwannee Counties.