Did you just search, “sell my land quickly for cash?” Well, we will buy your land and can send you a fast cash offer!
One of the fastest ways to sell your land is to sell directly to a buyer (like us).
When you work with us, we buy land from you directly without the burden of middlemen or broker’s fees.
We also offer to pay for all closing costs!
We purchase land anywhere in the United States and our highest volume states are New York, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, Mississippi, Oregon, Utah, Colorado, California, Florida, Texas, West Virginia, and New Mexico.
What Is our buying process?
We Research the Land You Want to Sell
Once you send us information on the parcel you want to sell, we will analyze the local market and the unique characteristics of the property to determine whether it meets our buying criteria.
We Send You an Offer
Once we have researched the land you want to sell and verified that it meets our buying criteria, we will contact you to discuss the offer amount.
It will typically take us only 4 hours to send you a response during business hours as long as you provide us with all the relevant details.
We Set Up a Closing
Once we’ve agreed on an offer, we will send you a purchase agreement electronically (or via mail if preferred).
After you have signed the purchase agreement, we will hire a mobile notary or a title company/attorney in your area to handle the closing.
You Get Paid
Our team will work with the closing agent/title company/attorney to close as soon as possible and get you your payment quickly!
Also, if you are interested in buying land or would like more information on the top issues that come up when buying, we made a video on the Top 3 Mistakes in Buying Land:
Why should I sell my land to you?
When selling land directly to us, you cut out a broker’s commission and listing fees (on average around 6% of the sales price).
We usually send you an initial response in as little as 4 hours versus waiting months for a broker to find a buyer.
Finally, we will cover all title and closing costs when we buy your land!
We buy land in every state, including New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Texas, Nevada, Mississippi, California, Oregon, Florida, West Virginia and New Mexico.
Get a Free No-Obligation Cash Offer on the Property You Want to Sell
No Real Estate Agent Commissions or Listing Fees When You Sell to Us
We Pay ALL Closing Costs
Sell Your Land Fast and Hassle-Free
When should I sell my land?
If you are looking to get the best price, it is generally a good idea to sell when you are in a seller’s market.
You can figure out whether this is the case by looking at the market absorption rate.
Alternatively, if you are simply looking to sell quickly, you can also sell directly to a buyer or land investor.
For example, you can sell your land to us at any time – we buy land throughout the year.
We are typically able to close within a week.
Just make sure that you have all the necessary information ready.
What documents do I need to sell my land?
Most of the information we need on the property you are looking to sell is included in our form.
Just submit this form to us and we will send you a quote!
In certain unique circumstances, we will also need some additional information.
Please check if any of the following scenarios applies to you:
The property is held by a trust: we will need the legal trust document stipulating who the trustees are.
The parcel is owned by an LLC: we will need the articles of organization stipulating who the designated officers are.
One or more of the original owners have passed away: we will need a death certificate and, in some instances, proof of probate.
All of the original owners have passed away: we will typically need proof of probate indicating that title has transferred to the heir.
How do I sell part of my property?
In order to sell a portion of your property, you will need to first subdivide the piece you want to sell from the rest of the property.
Each county has a slightly different process for subdividing lots as well as different regulations around what constitutes a legal subdivision.
You should check with the county planning office to look into their subdivision codes.
However, please note that you are not automatically allowed to subdivide a lot just because you own it.
In some instances, zoning dictates a minimum lot size, and all subdivided lots must meet this minimum size.
Other counties may require that all new lots created after subdivision have legal access.
Do you actually buy property or will you just be listing the land I want to sell?
We are not brokers – we actually buy land.
If you sell your land to us, you will not deal with middlemen or brokers, we buy directly from you!
Occasionally, we are asked whether we can list a parcel for someone else.
We should note that, because we are not real estate agents, we cannot list your parcel.
We are, however, happy to send you a quote for the price at which we will buy the property.
How do I sell land without a realtor?
Using a realtor to sell land is often a great idea since their expertise and resources can help you market your land and find the right buyer.
However, with smaller parcels of rural vacant land, this may not always be the best option.
Perhaps none of the local realtors are experts in vacant land.
Or perhaps the listing price is too low to make it worth a realtor’s time.
In these instances, your best option is to sell the property yourself directly to a buyer.
One upside of this is that you will avoid paying the typical agent’s commission of 6-10% of the purchase price.
Furthermore, selling your property yourself doesn’t need to be complicated.
There are a number of listing sites where you can post your property as for sale by owner (Zillow being the largest).
You can also send letters to surrounding property owners or put up a “for sale by owner” sign on the land.
Finally, you can also try to sell to a land investor, like us.
Just keep in mind that land investors will offer below-market prices in exchange for a fast closing, so you may want to weigh the pros and cons of selling your land this way.
What is the fastest way to sell raw land?
There is generally a direct relationship between price and speed.
If you give your buyer a great deal, you will be able to sell faster than if you try to maximize the price.
This is true regardless of whether you are listing your property with an agent or marketing it yourself.
After price, the next most important factor is the quality of your listing.
Make sure you are posting your property in all of the top land listing sites.
In addition, be sure to provide quality information and photos.
Buyers want to know exactly what they are purchasing, so make it easy for them to complete their proper due diligence.
Include information on at least the following:
zoning and land use regulations
legal and physical access
Finally, if speed is your biggest concern, selling to an investor is probably one of the fastest ways to sell raw land.
How do I sell my land online?
If you are interested in selling your land by owner, you can list your land on online listing sites.
Several of the top sites include LandWatch, Zillow, Lands of America and LandFlip.
Potential buyers will be able to reach out to you directly through these platforms.
Alternatively, you can also hire a realtor to list the property for you.
However, you will have to pay a commission to the realtor if you do this.
You will also want to hire a realtor who specializes in vacant land, since land is a unique property type that requires specialized knowledge.
You can also submit your property details to a land investor, like us.
Our entire sales process can be done remotely.
Can land be purchased in cash?
Yes, of course!
In fact, most vacant land parcels are purchased with cash since mortgages can be hard to come by.
There are specialty land loans for raw land buyers, but even these aren’t always available for lower value parcels of land.
This is one of the major reasons why vacant land can be hard to sell.
Still, you will find buyers who have the capability of paying with cash, like us.
Where can you sell land?
To sell your land, you can contact a real estate agent.
You can also list your land yourself on sites like Zillow or LandWatch.
Or you can sell to us.
Do you buy houses?
No, at this time we do not buy houses.
We are vacant land specialists and we try to stick with what we know in order to ensure we are providing the most value to our buyers.
If you do have a house you want to sell, we would recommend contacting a local real estate agent to see if they can list the property for you.
Do I need a lawyer to sell my land to you?
Generally, no, unless you want one.
We will draft and send all relevant documents that are needed for the closing.
However, we are also happy to work with your lawyer if you would like.
Please just note that we do not typically factor a lawyer’s fee into our initial offer price.
Are there additional fees involved if I sell my land to you?
No! In fact, when you sell your property directly to us, you will avoid broker’s fees, advertising costs and listing fees.
We will also cover all regular closing costs, including title fees, recording and transfer taxes, and document preparation fees.
What is needed to sell land by owner?
It depends on how you are selling.
If you are listing your property yourself, you will need to do some research on the property to ensure you can provide your buyer with all of the information they need.
Find out the property’s zoning and allowable uses by contacting the county or city zoning department.
Make sure that the land is clean and free of junk or trash.
Understand what public utilities are available.
Do some research on the history of the lot.
Perhaps you may even want to have a Phase 1 Environmental Assessment done.
If all of this sounds like too much, you can sell the property “as is,” meaning the buyer is responsible for their own due diligence.
Many buyers, like us, will accept properties as is, although they will expect a price that accounts for this.
If you sell to us, we just need you to fill out our form.
How do we close if I decide to sell my land to you?
We offer three ways to close on a property you want to sell.
Each of these methods generally will work in any state, including New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Mississippi, Colorado, Texas, Florida, Oregon, California, West Virginia and New Mexico:
Meet with a Mobile Notary
This is the most common way we close when we are purchasing a parcel of vacant land.
We will contact a mobile Notary near you to close the sale on the parcel you would like to sell.
We will send the documents to the Notary and he/she will call you to set up an appointment.
The Notary will then meet you at the location of your choosing, give you a cashier’s check and notarize the deed with you.
In certain counties, we can expedite the closing process by sending you a PDF of the closing documents for you to get notarized online.
Once you send us a copy of the notarized documents, we will immediately transfer you the purchase price, plus reimbursement for the notary fee.
We typically use onlinenotary.net, which offers a fast and convenient way to notarize documents from anywhere.
Instructions are as follows:
- Click “Begin Your Notary”
- Fill out your information
- Click next
- Upload document
- Select the number of people who are signing
- Connect to a notary
Meet with a Title Company
This is the slowest and most costly option for closing a land deal.
We typically only use a title company for higher-value parcels.
Can I sell my land for any price?
If you list your property yourself, you can set the price as you like; however, you will probably find that it will take some time to sell if you do not set your price at or below the market price.
Generally, vacant land can be very hard to sell, and determining the actual market value can be tricky.
You can always look up comps on sites like Zillow or LandWatch to try and figure out the market price.
However, comps may be harder to come by or less accurate since they are often self-reported, not input by a realtor.
This means you will often have to test the market to determine the price at which the lot will sell.
If you are looking to sell your property to us, we will send you a quote for the price we are able to offer.
How do you determine the fair market price of my property?
We will value the land you want to sell by looking at county or municipal assessment information, local sales comparables, unique land features and local market information.
We also take into consideration unique situations, such as the below:
Our price will incorporate the costs we incur to purchase the property and the minimum profit we expect to receive when we sell the parcel ourselves.
As land investors, we do purchase properties below market value.
However, in exchange, we offer a fast, hassle-free closing process and offer to pay for all closing costs.
You will likely receive a higher price if you market your land with a real estate agent, but you will also have to pay the broker’s fee as well as all closing costs.
We have also heard from many sellers that they had tried to list their property with a broker, only to find it sitting on the market for months to years.
Is the offer price negotiable?
When we provide a final quote, we will have done a thorough review of the property and will typically not be able to offer more.
There is a certain profit minimum on any transaction that we must meet for it to be worth the process of purchasing, marketing and selling land.
We do our best to come up with a reasonable offer based on our assessment of the market value and the minimum profit margin that we expect to make.
Please be advised that you will likely be able to get a higher price if you market the land yourself; however, you will also need to pay for closing costs and broker’s fees (unless you try to complete the sale yourself).
In certain areas, land also moves slowly, so depending on the location and property characteristics, it could take months (or even years) to sell your parcel.
Our offer will likely be of most value to owners of properties in markets where sales are slow and demand is low.
How is the assessed value on my property related to the price you quote?
We do look at the assessed value of your property, but it is not heavily weighted in our assessment of your property’s market value.
Why is the assessed value a poor way to determine market value?
There are a few reasons:
Assessed values are typically re-evaluated only once a year and can lag behind market trends.
Assessed values are often based on voluntary reporting of sales prices and property characteristics, so there can be errors in the data used to determine the property value for assessment purposes.
Some counties have caps on annual increases (or decreases) in the assessed value, which disconnects the assessed value from the true market value of the land.
Some counties will only reassess the property after a sale has been made. This can mean that some properties’ assessed value will not have changed in 15 or more years.
When the assessed value is based on prior sales data, a below-market sale (or above-market sale) can skew the assessed value in either direction.
The assessment calculation will vary from county to county, and a Texas property will have a very different assessed value compared to a California property.
For all of these reasons and more, we prefer to do our own market research based on the local sales comparables and known property characteristics in order to determine our estimate of the land’s market value.
You may also find more information in our video on How to Value Land (and how NOT to) below:
Who pays closing costs on land sales?
Generally, closing costs are split between the buyer and the seller.
Sellers typically pay for a broker’s commission, attorney fees, deed preparation costs, pro-rated taxes, and transfer fees and taxes.
However, if you sell to us, we will pay for all closing costs.
How much will I pay in closing costs if I were to sell my land to you?
We cover all closing costs when you sell your property to us!
We also generally pay for taxes within reason.
The actual amount of back taxes we can pay and remain at our original offer amount depends on the parcel and its other characteristics, the closing costs involved, as well as the price of the property and our estimation of the market value.
How long does it take to close on land?
A typical closing can take about four weeks, although it will vary tremendously depending on several factors, including:
how complicated the chain of title is
how busy the title company is
whether the buyer needs a mortgage
if any unforeseen issues come up during the buyer’s due diligence
While not an eternity, closing be a long process.
Alternatively, if you sell to us, we can sometimes close in a week.
What kinds of properties do you buy?
We buy vacant land anywhere in the US of any size or condition.
Some of the most popular states are New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, Mississippi, California, New Mexico, Florida, West Virginia and Texas.
Submit the information on the land you want to sell to us, we’re happy to take a look!
Please note that we do not typically purchase properties with improvements on them.
We are specialists in vacant land and try to stay within the realm that we know.
Also, we are not experts in farmland or timberland – we tend to purchase lots that are best suited for residential or recreational uses.
Do you have minimum and maximum lot sizes that you will purchase?
The majority of our properties are in the 2-10 acre range.
We do occasionally purchase properties that are less than an acre, but this will depend on the property’s other characteristics.
If the lot is an infill lot with access to public water and sewer, we generally have no problem purchasing a parcel that is less than an acre.
However, if the parcel is a rural lot, we typically will be looking for at least 2 acres.
We don’t necessarily have a maximum lot size that we purchase.
We tend to purchase properties that are 10 acres or below, but there are always exceptions, and we have marketed properties of 40-50 acres in the past.
If you have a larger acreage, please go ahead and submit it for our review.
You may also be interested in watching our video on whether 1 acre is large enough:
Do you have a maximum purchase price?
At the moment, due to the COVID situation, we are only able to spend a maximum of $10,000 on any one lot in order to mitigate our risk.
Does the property’s terrain matter?
We have bought properties in the desert, on hills and in forests; there are, however, a few features that may affect our offer price, including:
Streams: if there is a stream cutting through the middle of the property or the portion of the parcel where someone is most likely to build, this can affect our price since it can make it harder to build on the lot.
Hills: if a property is on a particularly steep slope, this will affect how buildable the lot is.
For example, many jurisdictions have regulations on sloping terrain and may not issue building permits for properties with a slope above a certain percentage.
A steep slope may also make it harder to meet the requirements for a septic permit, especially if the slope is rocky.
Overgrown Lots: an overgrown property typically does not affect our pricing. We buy properties with trees and/or bushes and shrubs on them all the time.
Soil: if the property is going to be used for agricultural purposes or to build a fishing pond, having the right soil is important (for more on how to build a fishing pond, see our video below).
The terrain can vary substantially from state to state (New Mexico is very different from Florida!), and we like to cover a range of property types.
What if I don’t know my property’s dimensions?
That’s fine, we can always use Google Maps or MapRight (referral link) to approximate the parcel dimensions.
If you are curious, you can learn how to do this yourself by watching our video on how to measure land area in google maps:
What due diligence checks do you complete?
We check for the following, but not exclusive, list of due diligence items:
Access (legal and physical)
Wetlands and flood zones
You can learn more about our key due diligence items by watching our video on 7 Tips for Buying Land:
What if title isn’t clear or there are liens on my land?
We will conduct our own search to verify if there are any liens or encumbrances on the property you want to sell.
We will then work with our title company to see what can be done to clear title on your land.
Each property is a bit different and sometimes we can help you find the resources you need to fix any title issues on the parcel you want to sell.
In other instances, we will need to pass on the property.
What if my property is in a flood zone?
If a property is located in a Special Flood Hazard Area, we will still sometimes purchase it.
It really depends on the other property characteristics as we always look at a parcel holistically.
For example, if a parcel is a waterfront property, we have typically already assumed that the property will be in a Special Flood Hazard Area.
What if my property has wetlands on it?
Generally, we do not purchase parcels with federally-designated wetlands on them.
However, if the lot is only partially covered, we may still consider purchasing it, depending on the other property characteristics.
The reason we do not typically purchase properties with wetlands on them is that it is generally very difficult to build on a federally-designated wetland as federal wetlands are protected by various laws and federal agencies.
In some circumstances, if the parcel is in a state-designated wetland, wetland check-zone or cut-through, we will consider purchasing it under the right circumstances depending on the specific state or local regulations involved.
If the state offers to complete a wetlands delineation, which determines definitely whether there are wetlands on the property, we will ask that this be completed before purchasing the land.
Do you pay taxes if I sell my land to you?
We can pay any back taxes for you and work this into the negotiated offer on the property you want to sell.
If the amount owed is minimal, we can simply cover the cost for you.
In other situations, we can pay the amount owed and then deduct the back taxes from the final sales price on the parcel you want to sell.
Either way, you will not have to pay anything out-of-pocket.
The amount of taxes that we are able to pay depends on several factors discussed above, including the other characteristics of the property, the closing costs involved, the price of the property and our estimation of the market value.
What if my property does not have legal access?
We generally only purchase properties with legal access; however, as with everything else, we consider all aspects of the property before making a decision on whether to buy.
You can always submit your parcel to us for review and we will let you know what we can offer.
Many property owners may not be aware of what constitutes legal access.
We generally look for one of the following factors:
The property fronts and has access from a public road (the road does not need to be publicly maintained).
The parcel is part of a legal subdivision with legally platted roads recorded on a plat map in the County Recorder’s office. The platted roads do not need to be physically present.
The property fronts a private road with the right of use granted to the parcel owner. This right of use must be stipulated in the deed or other recorded documents (such as HOA documents or an access easement).
What if my property does not have physical access?
We do purchase properties without physical access depending on the other property characteristics.
We generally do not purchase properties without physical and legal access, but if the lot does have access via a legal right-of-way, we may consider purchasing it even if the physical road was never constructed.
Please submit your land to us and we will review.
What do I have to do if I want to sell my land to you and the property is on an HOA?
We do purchase properties that are located in HOAs.
Please just send us the information on the HOA, including
We will also need to know how much the annual dues are, whether there are any back dues and if there is a capital improvement fee owed at closing.
If there are dues owed and the amount is minimal, we can simply cover the cost for you.
In other situations, we can pay the amount owed prior to closing and then deduct the back dues from the final sales price.
Either way, you will not have to pay anything out-of-pocket.
The amount of dues that we are able to pay depends on several factors discussed above, including the other characteristics of the property, the closing costs involved, the price of the land and our estimation of the market value.
There are some circumstances where the amount of annual dues owed is significantly higher than our estimate.
In these cases, we may have to reduce the original offer price to account for the higher carrying costs.
What happens if one of the original owners has passed away?
It depends on whether the property has gone through probate or the deed says joint tenants with rights of survivorship.
Generally speaking, if the deed granted title to all owners as joint tenants with rights of survivorship, then we should have no problem purchasing the parcel so long as we can record a copy of the death certificate.
Unfortunately, if joint tenancy cannot be established, it is likely the property will need to go through probate before the surviving owner can sell the land.
We do not typically take the property through probate for you and this generally must be done before you sell your land to us.
In some circumstances, sellers may believe they have inherited the property after the original owner has passed away.
Again, the property typically will need to go through probate in the county in which the property is located before you can sell your land to us, even if a will is present and clearly indicates that you are the heir.
If you are unsure of the status of your property, we can take a look in more detail once you submit your property.
What if I don’t have a copy of the deed?
No problem! We can usually find a copy of your deed in county or municipal records.
For your reference, you can also give the county clerk and a call and request a copy of the deed yourself.
All recorded deeds are of public record, but if the county is unable to locate the deed for you, you can also contact a local title company.
Does the zoning designation on my land matter?
Typically no, we buy properties with all kinds of zoning designations.
Most of the properties that we purchase have the following kinds of land use designations: residential, agricultural, open space, etc.
When we complete our due diligence, we check the local zoning ordinance for the following, but not exclusive, list:
minimum lot size
road frontage requirements
lot coverage ratio
mobile home restrictions
Generally, zoning doesn’t affect whether we purchase a property or not, but there are some unique circumstances that may influence our pricing.
For example, if the property does not have sufficient road frontage to extend a driveway or utilities to the rest of the lot, or the road frontage does not meet the minimum zoning requirements, we will likely reduce the price.
Another factor that may influence whether we purchase is if the lot does not meet the minimum lot size as dictated by the zoning code unless the lot has been grandfathered in.
In these cases, we would most likely reduce the purchase price.
However, don’t worry too much about the specifics of your zoning designation.
As mentioned, it rarely affects whether we decide to purchase or not, just submit your property and we will take a look!
You may also want to take a look at our video on how to build a house on vacant land:
Does my land need to have utilities connected to it?
No! We buy properties without utility connections all the time.
However, if the property does not have the potential for connection to a public sewer, we will ask if a perc test has ever been done on the property.
In some rare circumstances, a property may not be eligible for a well permit.
In these cases, we will evaluate whether we would like to purchase based on other property characteristics.
If you are uncertain about whether a well can be drilled on your land, you can use MapRight (referral link) to look up whether there are wells in the surrounding area.
Does a perc test need to have been done on my property?
If there is no public sewer in the area, we will ask if you have a copy of a perc test.
We do not typically purchase properties that have a failed perc test, but we do purchase land that has never had a perc test done.
For reference, a perc test is a test of the water absorption rate of the soil.
This test must be done before someone applies for a septic permit, and the test must pass the county or state’s stipulated guidelines in order to receive approval for a septic permit.
Each jurisdiction will have slightly different requirements for the parameters of the perc test.
Do you need to have mineral rights to the property in order to sell my land?
No, we generally assume that we are only purchasing the surface rights to a property when we purchase.
If you are unsure about whether you have mineral rights or you know that the property will not be conveyed with mineral rights, please still go ahead and submit your property to us.
Please also note that we do not typically pay extra for mineral rights, but each situation is unique so submit all of the information that you have and we will evaluate it holistically.
For more information on mineral rights, please see our video below.
Do you need to have water rights to the property in order to sell my land?
Typically, no; however, the lack of water rights can affect our offer pricing, depending on the state.
Certain states exempt domestic wells from the water rights regime and, in those states, water rights does not affect our price much.
In states where domestic wells are not exempt from the water rights regime, it can depend on whether the property is in an open or closed regime.
Broadly speaking, if you would need to separately purchase water rights in order to drill a domestic well, then we will take this fact into consideration when we make our offer.
What will you do with my property if I decide to sell my land to you?
Our proprietary algorithm decides whether to hold the land you want to sell to us in our personal portfolio or list the property based on current and historical market data.
This data includes the assessed value, market value (county), recent comps, historical comps, access, buildability, macro and microeconomic trends, annual property taxes, local real estate market conditions and, of course, our cost basis.
Would you buy my land in Florida?
Yes, we buy land in Florida and are always looking for more!
We have bought and sold parcels in Highlands and Putnam County before, but would be interested in any county in Florida.
Keep in mind that in Florida, there may be additional county-specific environmental issues, such as endangered species and environmentally-sensitive areas.
Another point of concern in parts of Florida is whether a property is in an “empty subdivision” – or a subdivision where the county will not issue building permits because it lacks the capacity to extend public utilities to the area.
We also made a video on the Top 5 Things You Need to Know Before Buying Land in Florida:
Would you buy my land in California?
Yes, we will buy your land in California! California is a highly sought after state with a lot of pent up demand for land.
Most of the properties that we have purchased in California are in the desert counties of San Bernardino, Kern and Inyo.
So even if your California property is rural desert land, please send us your parcel information.
Please keep in mind that there are a few additional environmental considerations that we must take into account in California, including seismic and fire hazards.
Do you buy land in Montana?
Yes, we do buy land in Montana.
Montana has an attractive lifestyle, scenic landscapes and many recreational opportunities making it a great place for land buyers.
We will buy properties in any county in Montana, so please submit your property at any time!
Would you buy my land in Arizona?
Yes, we buy land in Arizona!
We have bought and sold a number of parcels in Arizona, mainly in Apache and Navajo Counties, but also in Mohave and Pima Counties. However, we will purchase properties in any county in Arizona.
Many properties in Arizona are rural desert lots with only dirt road access and we have no problem buying if this describes your lot!
Please keep in mind that in Arizona you will need to sign and notarize an Affidavit of Property Value as well as a deed.
Would you buy my land in Alabama?
Yes, we buy land in Alabama!
We have purchased properties in Chambers and Lee Counties, but would be interested in vacant land located in any county in Alabama.
Alabama has great weather and great food, as well as many hunting and fishing spots.
Many rural properties in Alabama do not have access to public sewers, so we do check whether a perc test has been done when we are purchasing a property in the state.
Would you buy my land in Washington?
Yes, we buy land in Washington!
We will purchase properties in any county in Washington.
Would you buy my land in North Carolina?
Yes, we buy land in North Carolina!
We have mainly worked in Rutherford County, but we buy land in any county in North Carolina.
North Carolina has all manner vacant land, from large tracts to small infill lots and we love to work here.
Would you buy my land in Louisiana?
Yes, we buy land in Louisiana!
We have mainly worked in Desoto Parish, but we will buy property in any parish in Louisiana.
Please note that we have found many instances where properties are owned in part by many different people due to inheritance laws in Louisiana.
This is without the person who believes they are the owner knowing.
If you think this may apply to your property, you should consult with a lawyer or title company.
Would you buy my land in Virginia?
Yes, we buy land in Virginia!
We have mainly worked in Washington County, but we will buy land in any county in Virginia.
There is a lot of recreational land in Virginia, especially in the west and we are always happy to work here.
Would you buy my land in Ohio?
Yes, we buy land in Ohio!
We have mainly worked in Toledo and Adams County, but we will buy land in any county in Ohio.
Would you buy my land in New York?
Yes, we buy land in New York! Since our company is based in New York, it is one of the states where we do the highest volume of business.
New York is not just NYC, it is also a state with a lot of natural resources, farmland and bucolic small towns.
It’s another underestimated spot for rural vacant land buyers.
It is important to note that New York does have additional environmental concerns that we look into when we purchase a piece of property, including state-designated wetlands and check zones.
If a property is in a wetlands check zone, we will need a wetlands designation completed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to verify that there are no wetlands on the land.
Would you buy my land in Nevada?
Yes, we buy land in Nevada!
In Nevada, we have mainly purchased properties in Elko County, but we are open to any county in the state.
A nice thing about Nevada is that domestic wells are exempt from the state water rights regime based on our research.
We also discovered that it may be possible to gain access to a property in Nevada through public land, which is another great feature of the state.
Would you buy my land in New Mexico?
Yes, we buy land in New Mexico. In fact, New Mexico is one of our highest volume states!
We have bought and sold properties in Socorro, Valencia, San Miguel, Rio Arriba, Torrence and Luna counties.
Valencia County is our highest volume county in New Mexico, but we are always looking to expand.
Please keep in mind that in New Mexico you will also need to sign and notarize a Real Property Transfer Declaration Affidavit at the closing along with a deed.
Would you buy my land in Mississippi?
Yes, we buy land in Mississippi!
We have mainly purchased properties in Panola County, but we will purchase properties in any county in Mississippi.
One thing to keep in mind is that many rural properties in Mississippi do not have access to public sewer systems, so we will need to know whether a perc test has been done on properties in Mississippi.
Would you buy my land in Colorado?
Yes, we buy land in Colorado!
Colorado is a state with a growing population and increasing demand for land.
We have mainly bought properties in Alamosa, Park and Costilla Counties, but will purchase land in any location.
An additional consideration when purchasing a property in Colorado is whether a domestic well can be drilled.
Domestic wells are sometimes exempt from the Colorado water rights regime, but some subdivisions never completed an augmentation plan meanig a well cannot be drilled in their boundaries.
Would you buy my land in Kentucky?
Yes, we buy land in Kentucky.
We will purchase properties in any county in Kentucky.
Would you buy my land in Michigan?
We, we buy land in Michigan!
We have mainly worked in Muskegon and Emmet Counties, but will buy land in any county in Michigan.
Please note that you will need to sign and notarize a Real Estate Transfer Tax Valuation Affidavit as well as a deed.
Would you buy my land in Pennsylvania?
Yes, we buy land in Pennsylvania!
Pennsylvania is right in our backyard and is home to a vast amount of forested land, including the Pocono Mountains.
We particularly like the counties located in the Poconos, including Pike, Monroe and Wayne, due to their beauty and proximity, but we will look at a property in any county.
Please note that many rural properties in Pennsylvania are located in HOAs.
We have found that a number of Pennsylvania HOAs are charging high annual fees and we will need to take this into account in our offer price.
We have also found that many properties in rural Pennsylvania do not have access to public sewer, so we will need to know if a perc test has ever been done.
Would you buy my land in Tennessee?
Yes, we buy land in Tennessee.
We will purchase properties in any county in Tennessee.
Would you buy my property in South Carolina?
Yes, we buy land in South Carolina!
We will purchase properties in any county in South Carolina.
Would you buy my land in Utah?
Yes, we buy land in Utah!
In Utah, we have mainly purchased properties in Iron and Box Elder Counties; however, we will purchase property in any county in Utah.
Please keep in mind that in Utah certain counties are closed to new water rights, which means water rights will need to be purchased before a domestic well can be drilled.
Whether the parcel is located in an open or closed water rights regime in Utah will affect our pricing.
Would you buy my land in Texas?
Yes, we buy land in Texas!
Texas is a big state with a lot of vacant land and one of our favorite places to work.
We have mainly bought properties in Hudspeth County, but we are open to new counties as well.
We like Hudspeth County (as well as other Texas counties) because it has no regulations on land use or building.
The one thing to keep in mind with Hudspeth County in particular, is that we will need to see a plat, survey or GPS coordinates for the lot since the county does not provide online plat maps.
As a tip, if you are trying to look up a property’s location in Texas, the Texas GLO has a helpful GIS map if you know how to use the property’s legal description to find a specific Section.
Would you buy my land in Wisconsin?
Yes, we buy land in Wisconsin!
In Wisconsin, we have mainly purchased properties in Sawyer County, but we would buy land in any county.
Wisconsin is an incredibly green state with a number of state and national forests and plenty of recreational land.
We are always looking for more properties in this beautiful state!
Would you buy my land in Arkansas?
Yes, we buy land in Arkansas!
We have mainly bought land in Sharp County, Arkansas, but we would be interested in any county in the state.
Arkansas has a wealth of natural resources – from the Ozarks to its forests – which makes it a great state to buy vacant land.
Arkansas is also one of the states with the lowest cost of living, which makes it a perfect state to move to or build a vacation home in.
Would you buy my land in Oregon?
Yes, we buy land in Oregon!
We have mainly purchased properties in Malheur, Harney and Klamath Counties, but we will purchase land in any county in Oregon.
Oregon is a popular place these days as more and more people are looking for an affordable alternative to California.
Oregon is also an incredibly beautiful state with a lot of under-appreciated natural resources.
Would you buy my land in New Jersey?
Yes, we buy land in New Jersey.
New Jersey is our backyard and we love working here.
New Jersey is also an underestimated market for vacant land with a lot of state parks, farmland and forests.
In particular, we love the New Jersey Pine Barrens and the northern New Jersey woods.
Would you buy my land in West Virginia?
Yes, we buy land in West Virginia. It’s one of our favorite states and we are always happy to get more properties here.
We have bought and sold parcels in Hampshire, Morgan, Hardy and Barbour Counties, but we are always open to new counties.
We like West Virginia for its natural beauty, but also because many counties do not have zoning regulations, which is a great selling point for buyers looking to build unique homes (tiny homes, container homes, etc).
We’ve found that many rural West Virginia properties are in an association with privately-maintained roads, so please send us any relevant HOA information if you submit a property to us.
In addition, because public sewer systems are rare in many rural West Virginia subdivisions, we will also want to know if a perc test has been done on the property.
We hope we have covered all of your questions. If you have any other questions, please contact us.
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If you are interested in free land, you can watch our video on How to Get Free Land in America:
If you are curious about owner financing, you may want to read our article on 17 things to know before buying owner financed land.
You may also want to check out our article on things to know before buying rural vacant land.