Finding a buyer for a property is never easy, and we at ‘Land and Lot Buyers’ understand the hassles that come with it. You might decide to sell for many reasons but regardless, what should matter most to you is finding a potential client with an excellent offer.
Our firm constitutes of a network of investors who are looking to invest in different kinds of properties, including land. Once you contact our offices, we send a representative to look at the property before presenting an all-cash fair offer. Frankly speaking, we’ve been players in the market for years so we can assure you there’s no other place you’ll get what we are offering.
We purchase wholesale, and in comparison to other prices, ours is relatively above market value. Apart from all that, you can always bank on us delivering all our services quickly and thus making you close the deal after a short period. Another thing worth noting is that you won’t have to do anything or commute to any other office seeking verification of any kind because we are in contact with other reputable firms that deal with title transfer issues.
By now you’re probably conflicted as to why you would choose to work with us as opposed to hiring a broker or listing site. Fortunately, by the time you’re done reading this, all your questions will get answered.
If you settle on the typical route of working with a broker, you will end up reducing your profits after the sale because you have to pay him or her a percentage of the total purchase, otherwise known as the commission. Do bear in mind some of these brokers always charge astronomical amounts that most clients find unreasonable. Plus, it’s known that this method of selling land ordinarily takes time finding a buyer. And that’s the least of things you’ll have to worry about because we’ve heard of cases where the clients hire con artists who mask as brokers.
Selling your land fast means you won’t get the best of prices, but if you’re in dire need of money, then that’s the cost of doing business. Take a minute to ask yourself the following questions, and if you have satisfactory answers, then that’s your green light to sell;
- Do you have any long-term plans for the property?
- Is the price worth it?
- Can you hold onto it and maintain it without feeling strained?
- Is selling the last resort?
- Don’t you a next of kin who’s willing to help you out?
- Are you ready to deal with all the tax obligations?
If you are still adamant of selling your land, you first of all need to work on your timing. Put it on the market at a time when you’re done paying all your yearly dues and taxes and before the next round of payments. It’s a move that avoids any unnecessary complications while you finally find a prospective buyer and you’re trying to close the deal as quickly as possible.