In the past 10 to 12 years, we’ve been getting more and more involved in the sale of vacant land. These primarily include large acreage parcels, waterfront properties, and typical half-acre lots in Southwest Florida. In these sales, we often deal with wetlands, and today we’d like to detail the difference between wetland and upland property.
For your convenience, I’ve included timestamps of today’s topic. Feel free to navigate to the section(s) you’re most interested in learning about:
00:15 — Introduction to today’s topic
00:47 — The differences we’ll be covering
01:06 — What is considered a wetland?
01:45 — Can you build in a wetland?
02:14 — The process of gaining approval for wetland construction
03:10 — The cost varies depending on the type of wetland
04:15 — How long does it take to receive a mitigation permit?
04:37 — Why you should have a preliminary wetland determination
05:33 — Why sellers, specifically, should have the wetland determination
06:15 — Summarizing the difference between wetland and upland properties
06:55 — How to contact us
If you have any questions or would like more information, feel free to reach out to me. I look forward to hearing from you soon.