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4 Steps to Take When Buying Land

Thursday, August 26, 2021   /   by Marbie Gail

4 Steps to Take When Buying Land

Buying land can open up many personal and financial opportunities for you. You can build your dream home on the land. You can also open up a store on the land. However, if you want to buy land, then you need to take the following steps:

Find Land That Is for Sale

Of course, the first thing you need to do is find land that's actually for sale. Several websites have land listings for sale. Redfin.com, Landwatch.com, landsearch.com and trulia.com are just a few examples of websites where you can find land for sale. Looking online for land can help you save time and it can also help you narrow down your search.

Consider Everything You Need

You should consider your needs before purchasing land. You will need water, sewer and electricity. The property may have a municipal water supply. If it doesn’t, then you need to install an off-grid water system or a well. You will also need a septic tank if there is no municipal sewer connection. You can get electricity from the local utility company or use solar panels.

Additionally, if you want internet for your property, then you have to decide what type of connection is right for you. Satellite internet, a cell phone signal with a booster and fixed wireless broadband are some of the options that you may have at your disposal.

Work With a Real Estate Agent

Many people think that they only need a real estate agent if they will be buying a home. However, real estate agents can also help first-time land buyers. They can help you find the right type of land or land that may not be listed. Additionally, they can tell you about the zoning rules and restrictions in the area that you want to buy the land in. If you plan to build a home, real estate agents can help connect you with experienced architects, as well.

Consider Your Financing Options

You may have been told that you should purchase land with cash. However, that may not always be an option. You can get a land loan from a bank or a credit union. You can also apply for a Section 502 direct loan, which you can get from the Department of Agriculture.

If you want to purchase land, then you can look at land listings. Be sure to think about what you need on your land to determine the right size for your project or home. It is a good idea for you to work with a real estate agent. Furthermore, you should consider the financing options, from the cost of the land itself, plus the structure and features you plan to add once you purchase it.




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