LAKE COUNTY, Fla. - Million-dollar mansions are being built once again in a prominent Lake County neighborhood.
When the market crashed, so did the development.
More homes could pop up due to a judgment against landowners who've defaulted on their dues.
According to a judge, they can either pay up or watch the developer take back the land.
"The real estate crash caused a lot of people to default on their obligations, so moving forward, getting this lawsuit out of the way will help us open up the community again," Randall Greene of Bella Collina said.
Eyewitness News learned many of the owners are
After the crash, at least one lot sold for as little as $20,000.
Prices aren't that low anymore, but Eyewitness News asked local
According to the papers off the MLS, there is a demand for
There were at least three different construction crews on jobs in the neighborhood.
Only 150 of the 900 property owners pay their dues.
The community is planning an official re-launch next year.