Vacant Land For Sale in Florida High-profile properties in Florida have never been more opportune and it looks like the Great Recession has left in its wake a surplus of properties that were once overpriced and have since settled into great value for buyers. Eight years ago no one might have dreamed that prices would be so affordable. One interesting quality about the real estate market is its changing nature and although itâ€™s not always predictable it often results in prime buying opportunities. Buyers were forced to purchase land and homes in Florida for unbelievably high prices because there were no other options at the time. When you donâ€™t have time to wait for prices to even out you are forced to purchase your property within the confines of the current market situation. Desirable homes and properties are always bought and sold quickly, often no matter what the cost, because of their popularity. The mid-2000s led to a massive, fast rise in the real estate prices due to the showcase of the American dream with a huge influx of home ownership. Unfortunately, with the real estate boom the properties were purchased with too much borrowed compared to what was put down. As the economy collapsed so many people were forced to face the reality that they couldnâ€™t actually afford the homes they had purchased. As the market has stabilized there are still unsold buildable lots in Florida close to the beaches and because they have been for sale for quite some time, in a recovering market, they are now selling for as little as ten percent of their value before the real estate market crash in 2006. Right now is the time for investors to seize the opportunity and take advantage of the low prices in the real estate market that is now correcting itself from the crash. Experts say that the recent bust was so extreme that the results right now may not repeat themselves for at least a few decades to come.