Having a “land plan” helps avoid analysis paralysis and gets you closer to the property you really want. Here’s the most common plan I see buyers have.
If you’re comfortable buying land and have had some experience with it, a self-directed retirement account is something to consider.
You can do better than a savings account and even the stock market when it comes to growing your money in the medium or long term. Consider land banking.
There are plenty of ways land owners and investors make money with their property. Depending on your property’s location and zoning, you’d be surprised at some of the options you might have.
Your due diligence process can be as detailed as you like, but here are the key pieces of information you’ll want to verify before buying land.
The possibility of making a mistake when buying land shouldn’t prevent you from taking action. Learn more about how our 90 day guarantee protects you.
If you’re planning on buying land or are already a land owner, it’s important to know what key offices of local government affect you, and what they do.
Land is not a get rich quick scheme, but it’s a terrific tangible asset that you should have in your wider portfolio. Let’s explain why.
Cash or terms? It depends on your resources and goals. Let’s go more in depth on both approaches and better understand benefits, drawbacks, and the process for each of them.
Avoid the “analysis paralysis” most first time land buyers face by creating a list of buying criteria. We’ll walk you through how to do it.