Mike Ripley

Michael Ripley
Mike Ripley
399 Carolina Ave
Suite 200
Winter Park, FL 32789

Advisor Mike Ripley has extensive experience with geographic information systems, bringing insights derived from the latest market trends to a client’s land-related acquisition or disposition needs.

Mike began in real estate as a research analyst for KB Homes in Orlando. He worked to streamline the land acquisition process using targeted data compilation and analysis. This allowed him to assemble multi-million-dollar land property proposals which required a detailed understanding of complex land variables, while working collaboratively with onsite engineers.

Before joining Land Advisors Organization, Mike focused on analyzing land data to identify development opportunities at Bowyer-Singleton and Associates. With his engineering and planning background, Mike created a niche in the GIS department, offering advanced land analysis that catered directly to homebuilders and other land developers.

Mike attended the University of Florida at Gainesville and graduated in 2001 with a degree in environmental engineering and his engineer intern certification. Mike went on to focus on geographic information systems at the University of Florida Urban and Regional Planning Graduate Program, where he won the Carl Fiess Urban and Environmental Design Award in 2002.

Mike is a member of the Urban Land Institute and is adjunct professor of environmental studies in the Rollins College Hamilton Holt Program.

Notable Transactions:

Master Plan Community – 1,094 Lots/394 Acres
Twin Lakes, St. Cloud, Florida

Master Planned Community – 264 Lots/380 Acres
Deland, Volusia County, Florida

Ocean Sands – 10 Acres
Vero Beach, Indian River County, Florida

City Mark PUD – 25 Acres
Orlando, Orange County, Florida

Master Planned Community – 268 Acres
Orlando, Orange County, Florida

East Lake Park – 136 Lots
Saint Cloud, Osceola County, Florida

Acuera – 38 Lots
Lake Mary, Seminole County, Florida

Wekiva Park – 17 Lots
Sanford, Seminole County, Florida

Paradise Preserve – 65 Acres
Cape Coral, Lee County, Florida

Lake Eve Apartment Site – 10 Acres
Orlando, Orange County, Florida