If you are a real estate professional seeking out undeveloped properties you may not know where to begin your search. There are so many online resources it can be hard to figure out which ones are worth using. Experts recommend that you think about the type of property you want and why you want it before you get started.
Single Piece Of Land
To find simply a basic piece of land, consider searching on sites like LoopNet, LandWatch, and Lands of America.
Land For Developing
If you work as a land developer or broker, start your search at Reonomy. This is the easiest way to connect with landowners who are interesting in selling.
Finding Off-Market Land
When you embark on a search for land that isn’t on the market yet, you’ll likely have more success in finding an undeveloped property than otherwise. This is also the best way to purchase land without having to compete with anyone else for it. You’ll also pay what the land is worth, as opposed to paying an inflated price.
Finding Land On The Market
Not everyone is interested in buying land that hasn’t gone on the market yet. If you fall into this category you have many platforms online where you can search for land. And while sites like LoopNet and LandWatch can help you get started, they are far from being your only options. Other choices include Land and Farm, LandSearch, and Catylist.
Land and Farm
Land and Farm is your best choice if you want to browse different types of land. They include hunting land and vineyards, as well as land that can be used for recreation. But the site also lists ranches and farms, as well as both commercial, and residential land. Land Search is a similar site, but doesn’t list any ranches or farms for sale.
For a bigger database, check out Catylist. This site includes listings from 40 of the United State’s retail market. There are well over 100,000 different properties to choose from, some of which are for lease while others are for sale.
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