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Our properties are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once you’ve chosen a property, contact us as soon as possible and we will send you a purchase agreement to review and sign online. A fully refundable deposit is due within 48 hours after signing the purchase agreement.
Once the contract is signed and deposit received, we will make arrangements with the title agency to open escrow and begin the closing process. The title agency will email you some required documents to fill out and sign as well as provide instructions on how to pay the remaining balance on the property. At closing, the title agency will release the funds to us and send you the deed for the property. The closing process is completed using electronic methods or by overnight mail. You are not required to be physically present to close.
If you have any questions about the purchasing or closing process, feel free to contact us!
We’ve tried to make this process as simple as possible. You choose a property and then we send you a simple, easy-to-read contract to sign (we’ve tried to cut out all the “legalese”). You make a small, fully refundable deposit to reserve the property. Then, we use a trusted title agency to handle the escrow and closing process.
Of course, we encourage you to hire an attorney or real estate agent if you think it’s necessary, but we’ve done our best to make the process very simple and easy to understand.
Real estate agent commissions on land typically range from 6% to 10% of the purchase price. Agents tend to market land for as much as possible in hopes the right buyer comes along some day. We eliminate the middleman, saving you their commission, and we market the property below comparable value for a quick sale, saving you even more!
Yes, please do! You may visit the property at your convenience prior to making your purchase. We encourage you to do so and provide maps, driving directions and GPS coordinates on each property page. If you need more help locating the property, feel free to contact us.
All of our properties are sold in “AS-IS” condition, meaning that we are selling the land in whatever condition it currently exists. Thus, it is the buyer’s responsibility to do their own due diligence prior to purchasing any of our properties. Please do so!
Due to the nationwide span and oftentimes remote locations of our properties, we are not able to meet you at the property. However, you may visit the property at your convenience prior to making your purchase.
Maps, driving directions and GPS coordinates are provided on each property page. If you need more help locating the property, feel free to contact us.
We conduct thorough due diligence when we acquire our properties and purchase them with title insurance through nationally recognized title insurance agencies. In many cases, our properties come with title insurance for the buyer already included in the price.
Although we highly recommend it, not all buyers require title insurance. If you need title insurance, you may purchase it through the title agency during closing. In an effort to keep our prices as low as possible, we let the buyer decide whether or not the extra expense is needed.
We sell our properties on an all-cash basis, so title to the land transfers at closing. The title agency will record the deed at the county and mail it to you with your name listed as the new owner.
Our business model is to offer land for sale well below market value by offering super discounts for paying cash, so we don’t offer in-house financing. However, we understand not everyone has all the funds in place to pay cash. If you aren’t able to pay in cash, check out our easy financing options.
If you’ve visited other land seller websites, you’ve probably seen money-back guarantees advertised of 30 to 90 days or more. They can do this because they are selling their properties on terms rather than cash, and the title to the property doesn’t transfer to you until you have paid off the property in full.
We sell our properties on an all-cash basis, so title to the land transfers at closing and you’ll receive a deed with your name listed as the new owner. We are happy to cancel the sale and issue a refund of any deposit paid prior to closing, but due to the irrevocable nature of the deeding process, we are unable to issue any refunds after closing. At that point, you own the property.
Making a purchase of real estate is a big decision that should not be taken lightly. All of our properties are sold in “AS-IS” condition, meaning that we are selling the land in whatever condition it currently exists. Thus, it is the buyer’s responsibility to do their own due diligence prior to purchasing any of our properties. Please do so!
This question gets asked a lot! We acquire our properties from landowners who are looking to sell their land fast. Because we pay cash and close quickly, we are able to purchase at significant discounts.
We review thousands of properties and purchase only the very best deals. We know by passing along the savings and offering fantastic deals on land, buyers like you will come back again and again.
Please see the property details for information on utilities. In most cases, rural vacant land does not have utilities because there isn’t a dwelling on the property. In some cases, the utilities may be available at the property line or nearby. In other cases, access to utilities may be non-existent.
With advancements in technology, the means of getting water, electricity, communications and waste removal can be easily solved using alternative or off-grid solutions. Many folks view these alternative methods as an opportunity to live a more self-reliant and sustainable lifestyle.
In most cases, yes you can build on your land as long as you follow the laws, ordinances, zoning and restrictions that may apply. To find out if the structure you want to place on the property is allowed, you’ll need to check with the county zoning department. Oftentimes, they provide a copy of the zoning ordinance on their website for your convenience.
If the property is located in a homeowners association (HOA) or property owners association (POA), you’ll also need to contact the association and make sure they will allow your choice of dwelling to be placed on the property. In some cases, the county may allow it but the HOA/POA will not.
Check the property page for county zoning department contact information.
In most cases, yes. Please check with the county zoning department regarding permitted property use. Check the property page for county zoning department contact information.
In most cases, no. It can be a complicated and expensive process to research and verify mineral rights in the property’s history. Please assume there are NO mineral rights included unless otherwise stated in the property details. In areas where there are valuable minerals below the surface, mineral rights have most likely already been sold to someone else many years ago.
If you are concerned about having mineral rights, good advice is to consult with a local attorney that deals with mineral rights and knows the mining and drilling activity in the area. Here is a great article about what you should know about mineral rights before investing in land.
Unless the listing says otherwise, probably not. All of our properties are identified using the legal description recorded with the county. When available, plat maps and previous surveys may be provided in the listing. In some cases, property corners may be marked with pins or other monuments from previous surveys.
If you plan on visiting the property, please assume the property boundary is NOT marked. We are unable to mark or locate them for you. That can only be done by having a licensed surveyor perform a boundary survey.
If you require a survey, you may have one performed at your expense. In an effort to keep our prices as low as possible, we rely on the legal description of the property and let the buyer decide whether or not the extra expense is needed.
Please see the property details for property taxes and HOA fees. You may also contact the county to verify this information.
No. Unless stated otherwise, all of our properties are sold free & clear of liens and encumbrances and the taxes are current.
Yes, APN stands for Assessor’s Parcel Number. It is a unique number assigned by the county property assessor and is used to identify the parcel for tax purposes. In some counties, it may also be referred to as parcel ID number, property ID number, property account number or tax account number.
It is different from the Listing ID number, which is a number we assign to the property for our own internal purposes.
We acquire vacant land for the sole purpose of reselling it in the future. In most cases, we have not seen the property in person. Everything we know about each parcel is stated on this website in the property listing. Please read through all of the provided information and view all maps, photos and video.
If you still have unanswered questions, please contact the appropriate local resources listed on the property page. If you aren’t sure who to contact to answer your question, feel free to contact us and we’ll try to point you in the right direction.
We own every property that we sell. We take ownership of properties under multiple business entity names, usually an LLC. Some properties are wholly owned by us while others may be owned by joint partnerships we have with other investors.
Our website name Amazing.land will not show as the property owner in county records. However, we guarantee the name we list on your purchase contract will match the current owner’s name in county records and can be verified before purchase by contacting the county after receiving your purchase contract.