Tag: Land

How To Subdivide A Property

Acquire The Property

Basically, you cannot subdivide and sell a parcel of land if you don’t rightfully own a certain property. Perhaps, you already own the parcel of land or maybe you have stumbled on the property you fancy to buy. Before you subdivide the land, you have to acquire the land free and clear.

Research The Zoning Ordinances In Your Locality

Explore and learn more about the county records to know all the zoning ordinances in your locality and get familiarized with city utilities. Work with a title and abstract company to conduct an intensive title search of the property, in case you do not yet own the property. This will provide you information regarding the current status of the property. Moreover, you will be able to discern if there are liens filed against the land. Working with a title and abstract company allows you to verify first the title before you buy the real estate.

Survey The Land

Survey the perimeters and boundaries of your property. A preliminary survey is performed as a fundamental step of your buying process, which will be conducted by a certified land surveyor. In this phase, the surveyor looks into their findings, dimensions …

Buy Property On Leased Land

When looking at homes for sale you can tell if the one you are interested in is on leased land if the advertisement says something like ‘manufactured home’ or ‘leasehold interest.’ Also be aware of the word ‘association,’ which will be used to describe areas of the property that you have not explicitly purchased yourself. The price for a home on leased land will also be much lower than the average market price for other similar houses in the area. Leased-land properties are generally built close together and rarely have amenities like a private pool attached to them.

Mortgages are taken out on land for leased properties, but a monthly payment will likely be lower because the original purchase price was cheaper. A fee that you wouldn’t normally have to pay for a traditional home is a land lease fee, which will vary by property. You may also find that some leased-land properties have massive home owner’s association fees that are used to cover the upkeep and maintenance of the leased land areas.

If you are considering buying a property on land for leased it will be beneficial to come up with an outline of your budget for a regular …

Raw Land Income Ideas

Hunting rights

If you own land suitable for hunting, you can rent your land out to hunters. This is one of the best ways to make extra money. If you have big deer in your area, there’s a good chance you can charge a premium price for rights to your land during hunting season. Best of all, you can charge by the person or charge a flat fee. You are in control with this one, making it one of the best ways to make extra money, while maintaining full use of your land during the off-season. If you have wildlife on your land, I recommend that you explore this income-generating possibility.

Storage

Have you noticed how many mini-storage rentals there are? If you have a building on site, this is also a potentially lucrative way to make extra money. These days, no-one seems to have enough room to store their stuff, making storage space a realistic way to earn some extra income. It may even be a wise investment to have a building put up if one does not exist. Those with an old barn could store four wheeler or boats during the off-season, making it one of the easiest …

Get Financing for Land and Lots

Research is really the number one key when it comes to finding great rates for land and lot mortgages. One of the best rates in the country rate now is lending to 38 of the states with 80% loan to value ratio and 3% interest rate; this is the type of find you have to jump on when they come along. These figures are certainly not average. Today the average loan to value ratio is closer to 60% with interest rates in the range of 6-7%. This is a significant jump from the numbers posted above and in some cases these higher percentages can make or break your dreams of buying your own lot and building your own home.

In order to be approved for one of these hard to get mortgages you will have to have several requirements met. First, you must have a satisfactory income to debt ratio of no more than 45%, the ability to come up with the down payment, 20% if you can find a good lender with good rates but this can be up to 40% in some cases and a credit score in the 700s to qualify without any problems.

Many first time …