Thanks. I assumed as much. Yes. They state that there are a dozen or so in the architect stage. Very small number considering total lots sold. My lot will be one of the first to have access to power and is on high dry ground on south eastern corner. My time horizon is long. I probably wont even start planning for another 3 years. I want other owners to work through the issues.
Ive read about sewer and water concerns. But Id think with the right elevation (even if that means fill), good septic and using cisterns for water you would be ok. Im well above sea level and my lot will need no fill. i guess if your neighbor didnt that could be an issue.
Alot of work to do to make it livable for sure. I am hoping that if i wait these things will get resolved.
with the bond market the way it is they are already selling for 50% more than I paid so ill wait it out. Im am no developer.. just a guy who wants to retire with a winter home. Im only 41 so i will work for another 20 years. if i lost my money then its a learning experience at my age.
Ill check back on occasion or so and see if permits are being issued.
Do you think the new govt is going to approach this differently?
my hope is that while rules may have been broken in the early days, that everyone can get together and negotiate a deal to fix it since its obviously here and isnt going anywhere.
Edited by bradneffie (04/28/12 03:25 PM)