LAO–Orlando Successfully Closes $3M Paradise Preserve

Land Advisors Organization–Orlando Successfully Closes $3M Paradise Preserve

April 2, 2012 (Orlando, Florida) – The Orlando office of the Land Advisors Organization, the nation’s largest land brokerage firm, announced today the successful execution of the Paradise Preserve and Paradise Preserve South land disposition assignment on behalf of Mic-Monte, LLC and its Minneapolis-based asset manager, Presidium Asset Solutions.

The property consisted of two separate Lee County parcels located in North Fort Myers and Cape Coral, Florida, totaling 465 acres of land entitled for up to 1,160 residential units, boat slips and an existing marina on the Caloosahatchee River.

Orlando market experts Steve Flanagan, Steve Ruoff and Mike Ripley exclusively represented Presidium Asset Solutions in this closing.

The buyer, Brandenburg Properties of Florida, was represented by Schooner Bay Realty, Inc.

Steve Ruoff, Senior Advisor noted, “This was one of our team’s [Land Advisors Organization-Orlando] first listings dating back to early 2009. It took not only a great deal of patience and persistence throughout these tumultuous market conditions, but the insight and experience to help Presidium capitalize on the optimal opportunity at the right time in the Orlando MSA marketplace.”

For more information about Land Advisors Organization-Orlando contact Steve Flanagan at, Steve Ruoff at or Mike Ripley at, or call 407.425.5988 or visit

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