Mary L. Adsit, Realtor Adsit Co., Inc.
#863 285 7118
Mary L. Adsit a Realtor with Adsit Co., Inc. has enjoyed selling real estate in Florida since 1978.
I enjoy assisting in the buying, selling of agricultural land including citrus groves, pasture, ranches, farming crop land, timber, hunting land and large acreage tracts and have participated in assisting with conservation easements.
This office attempts to assist with initial information on water sources, lakefront, ponds and river availability and try to provide information as to the elevations, soil types and appropriate uses such as livestock and alternative crop usage as many citrus growers are now considering Peaches, Pomegranates, Olives, Blueberries, Pine trees, Hops. Bio Crops are creating some interest such as Sweet potatoes, Pongamia trees, Switch grass, Eucalyptus to name a few.
I also market commercial and industrial land as well as vacant land appropriate for residential development.
I work primarily in Polk County and my office is in Fort Meade, FL and I try to work primarily in the Central Florida area.
Any information provided or Implied in this package is obtained from sources that I consider reliable; however, I am not responsible for misstatements of facts, errors, omissions, prior sales, leases, easements, changes in price, zoning changes or withdrawal from market without notice. This office is not responsible for verification of property boundaries, wetlands, or scrub verification, soils or sub-soils, oil, mineral or air rights, determination of flood hazard areas, underground hazards such as sink holes, buried tanks or other contamination. This office will provide a list of firms available for environmental assessments If you so request. The Comprehensive Plan that is now effective in Florida has made a drastic change in our land use and development as we knew it in the past. County Planning Verification for Intended Use is recommended. A buyer should personally confirm that the Intended purchase meets their present zoning requirements and any Intended future use, including availability of utilities. All Real Estate Investments contain risk. It is recommended that potential buyers Investigate and inspect this property, obtain any desired professional advice from your attorney, contractors, building inspectors, engineers, planners, your CPA or other financial adviser, etc. to fully evaluate this property and the investment This should Include your personal confirmation of present zoning, future land use, availability of utilities, easements, deed restrictions, services, and all other regulations or changes that would affect the intended use.