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10 Tips for Buying Land





If you’re looking to buy land for personal reasons or you are looking into investing in land, you MUST watch this video! These 10 tips come from the real world of real estate; can save you from making huge mistakes and can help you negotiate better deals with land sellers. Don’t buy land until you learn what is shared in this training.

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26 comments

  1. Is there any services one may purchase to delve into any land or parcel for sale? To answer any or every question about what you want to do with it? I’m too lazy and am willing to pay 💰 for this service.

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  2. Is buying land without deeded access by vehicle not a good idea even if at a cheap price when wanting build on the land?

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  3. Can you build a house on a property which does not have county maintained road but put a composting toilet on?

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  4. Do another video about the county road idea that you talk about.

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  5. Thanks for the info, I am in orlando fl

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  6. Great Video i was looking at a lakfefront property for $95,000 but it was on a Cliff going down now will keep looking with these awesome tips

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  7. Excellent points I never even thought about! Thanks!

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  8. Treed, lol, I call it wooded

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  9. Thanks for the wetlands mapper. You taught me that one and the property I'm looking at certainly has that issue. Thank you!

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  10. Awesome vid.

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  11. Smokey Mtns.? Nice, do u buy it from Dolly. Lol

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  12. I LOVED this video! Very informative.

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  13. Lolđź‘Ť

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  14. Great video very good information. I was not aware of half of your list

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  15. Thanks a lot for the info in the video, man !! By the way, I am not from America but I am from a small town in the North Eastern part of India called Shillong where the Land Systems are different from the rest of mainland India ; In our place , we not only OWN the LAND but we also OWN anything that is in the LAND such as minerals like limestone, uranium,etc !!!

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  16. I am going to own many lands in America. I am a land investor. Thank you Jesus.

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  17. Due diligence can take many forms. We thought we could buy the land locked land behind the house as it would be valuable to us and no one else. What went wrong for us. Bought with partners a contractor's house with a recently built high loft four bay garage in back for his equipment. Bought at courthouse, assumed he had business problems. Missed this and the title insurance we got didn't cover it. The contractor measured his lot from the edge of the street to the rear, but it was an old area with lots measured from center of the road, so several feet of that new garage was built on the neighbors landlocked lot. Roughly 3 years later our partner finally bought us out of our minor share. It still wasn't settled. And there wasn't enough side width alongside of the house to build a legal access road for that neighbor as a trade. So I think that land locked lot owner eventually bought the house cheap, and the major partner lost money.That landlocked owner had the right to demand the garage be torn down sufficient to remove the overhanging building and fulfill the zoning building set-back. Lesson learned.

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  18. has trouble with R's ..
    cant be a pirate .

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  19. Im going to be the one shooting all the time. Endangered species arent in danger unless it affects the pocketbook.

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  20. get something with NO ZONING

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  21. thank you

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  22. Great video. With all the hoops you are talking about, I am surprised that anyone is able to make an offer in a timely fashion to actually purchase any property. It sounds like a couple of weeks before you might be able to check off all the items in your list, Hell, camping out to investigate the neighbors will take a week.

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  23. Can you make a video going more in depths about the investor and agent slicing land up for more road frontage

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  24. Get a local Realator not the big box Realator’s like coldwell banker, as they have folks who have lived there.

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  25. Just subscribed and thx for info. Should add box 11 as impact fees and is there anything we can do to reduce them.

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  26. Great job Phil

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