How Do I Sell My Lot or Land? in VA, Virginia

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When you think about real estate, you may think about starter homes, mansions, or commercial facilities. In fact, however, there are millions of acres of farmland, pastureland, rangeland, and woodl...

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When you think about real estate, you may think about starter homes, mansions, or commercial facilities. In fact, however, there are millions of acres of farmland, pastureland, rangeland, and woodland in the US and every day people are either listing their available land or seeking land for development or preservation purposes.

If you have empty lots or land to sell, you may be wondering where to begin. We have the information you need, including a convenient alternative to listing on the local MLS. We can help you ensure you get your land sold quickly, efficiently, and for the right price.

How Is Selling a Home Different from Selling Lots or Land?

You may

be familiar with the process of selling a home. Bring in a real estate agent, clean up the house, have photos made, then list the home on the local MLS so that it is available for home buyers searching online. So how does the process differ when you’re selling lots or land instead of a home?

One of the most important differences between a home sale and a lot or land sale is the need for accurate zoning records and site maps of the lot or land. Unlike a home, you can’t just put in the street address of acres of land and get the information you need. You or your agent may have to consult land records at the courthouse and you may need to have the land surveyed to ensure accurate and up-to-date records.

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