Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Ready, Set, Go Sell Your Land!

Can you count on one hand how many times you’ve actually used that undeveloped, raw land or waterfront parcel that you own? Sure, you’re a disciplined and diligent land owner that makes the regular trips to your vacant lot to maintain it; but, you might often turn to your landscaping buddy who tagged along to help, “Why do I keep doing this? I don’t even have an idea of what to do with this land!” Well, seeing that developing your land may not top your honey-do list any time soon, you might consider whether or not you have a financial need that can be covered with the selling of your land. Records show that private land investors are increasingly interested in raw land; waterfront or otherwise. Whether you own a vacant lot in an urban setting, farmland off of a remote rural highway, or a few rustic acres between your house and a riverbank, there is great potential to sell your land and quickly.

For many people, selling their land to a private land investor has proven to be much easier than enlisting the help of a realtor. In comparison to others sellers who have hired a real estate agent, it’s been less demanding of their time and energy, and easier on their pocketbooks. Consider the pros of this type of sale before you contact a land investor; being sure of your plan will guarantee you a quick cash profit in about one week’s time.

The Pros!

Minimal wait time for closing; usually, seven days
No out of pocket expenses; closing costs and fees will be paid for you
Cancellation of land debts; liens and property taxes will be paid on your behalf
No commission to pay—you’ll never pay a land investor commission like you would a realtor
No negotiation or bidding wars with potential buyers
No more property taxes to pay
No more maintenance or upkeep

If these are things that appeal to you, you might be gung-ho to get started! First things first, though. Gather specific information about your land; that is, the state and county in which it is located, the assessors parcel number, the acreage size of the land, and information of debts, liens, and renovations. Also, take note of any other details that need to be shared. Afterwards, visit the We Buy Land tab located at the top of the page. Fill in the requested information on the contact form, and Lucas Properties, LLC will contact you with further information about a cash offer for your land!

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