Okaloosa County is in Florida. With the strength of the Florida housing market in 2022, the Florida land for sale market has been equally hot and LotNetwork regularly has an inventory of over 25,000 parcels of land and lots for sale in Florida. Whether you are a potential homeowner looking for a lot for a new home or a builder or developer seeking homesites or development land for sale for your next project, the perfect property for you may be found in Florida. Its nickname, the Sunshine State, is well-deserved, with an average daily temperature around 70 degrees. Summers are long, winters are mild, and the heat is often tempered by gentle breezes along the state’s 1300-plus miles of coastline. Although it is the most hurricane-prone area of the country, there are plenty of people prepared to weather the storms. Florida ranks fourth in population with approximately 19 million residents, and claims several world-class cities including the five largest: Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Orlando. The capital city of Tallahassee is located in the northwestern portion of the state, just 20 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico and 14 miles south of the Georgia border. Tourism is the major industry, and it’s easy to see why around 130 million visitors make Florida their destination each year (pre-Pandemic). There are 159 state parks, more than 1250 golf courses (the most of any state), a plethora of beaches, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld and several other amusement parks. If you’re a sports fan, Florida has two major league baseball teams, three teams in the NFL, two professional basketball organizations, two NHL teams, and hosts both the start (in Daytona) and finish (at Homestead-Miami) of the three major NASCAR series. Everglades National Park covers roughly 1.5 million acres at the bottom of the peninsula, and the Florida Keys island chain extends like a comma from the southeastern tip of the state, starting with Key Largo (considered the dive capital of the world) and ending with Key West. Also known for its citrus fruits, Florida provides more of the country’s production than any other state, impacting both the state’s income and its employment rates. Florida is one of only seven states without income taxes, and favorable rates on S corporations and sole proprietorships make for a highly competitive small business environment.
If you are seeking property in Florida, you will find a wide variety of choices, from waterfront lots, lake lots, ocean and beachfront property, river land for sale, gulf coast land, golf course lots, metro-area lots, mobile home lots, tiny house lots, cheap land, and other types of vacant land for sale.
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