I do believe that when the developer takes on a project to develope out land, that they devolpe the beginning numerous acres that includes paved roads. The other acreage yes does have the roads showed on the maps due to legal right of accress ways having to be layed out during surveying. However, when a buyer purchases a piece of property that is "backwoods" and they know it is not developed, they also know "WHY" they purchsed this piece of property. BECAUSE IT WAS CHEAPER!!!!! why???? hello cheapie, because you paid a lesser price because it was not paved. Now years later you want the developer to pave at his expense, what you didnt pay for. Thats just robbing someone. My question is... why didnt you pull the money out like the others living on the paved part and buy on paved instead of backwoods if that kinda road wasnt what you wanted. I also looked at property in this exact place several years ago and the property in the back was cheaper due to this, even I wasnt stupid to the way developments work, thats why i paid for what I was looking for and not waited til years later and cry wolf like someone was ripping me off. another thing i see wrong is that people expect stuff to be handed to them instead of getting off their butt any working for it. As far as that road as I recall, one of the gentlemen that lives down there owns a lawncare business and is in and out with his truck and trailers, like that dont beat the roads up to, so have him pull money out his business to pave say half or more of it and then the rest can split the cost of the other half since he is using it as business access. WHY NOT STOP COMPLAINING!!!! Pitiful i say!!!!!DEVELOPER: keep your money, they bought what they paid for, now if they wanna refinance and add into each persons new loan amount the additional pricing, then go for it, its a beautiful development you done a wonderful job.
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