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The following is not legal advice but simply a description of some of the different methods that title can be held in real estate. If you need assistance simply contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you browse your local library or bookstore (are bookstores still in business or is Amazon taking over everything?) you will notice there are a plethora of "how to" books on buying and selling real estate. Learn how to make a fortune flipping homes! Create a cash flow empire buying and selling secondary mortgages! Everything from residential real estate to mobile homes there is a land guru out there ready to teach you how to make your fortune in real estate. Well, thankfully there are no such "land gurus" out there in the mainstream. John Beck's infomercial about buying land pennies on the dollar didn't really take. In fact, he was on 20 / 20 in an expose and his reputation has crashed harder than Charlie Sheen's, Lindsay Lohan and Miley Cyrus combined. Clearly there is a land guru out there ready to step in and fill the void right? Well, if there is I haven't found a legitimate one yet. We know how to buy and sell raw land in our little niche, but we certainly aren't going to charge you for the information. Just read our blog! Anyways, I digress. I have found one little book that teaches you how to buy land and build your rural home in the Country. The book is a classic. It's titled "Finding & Buying your Place in the Country" by Les & Carol Scher. It's a fantastic tome where you learn about drainage, soil, vegetation and easements. They talk about dealing with land brokers, land contracts and water rights. In fact, it's so detailed that if you are serious about acquiring land and building your home on it it's a must have reference book. I often go back to it and learn a little something new each time. They even have useful websites referenced even though they may be a bit outdated today. So ignore all the other "Land Guru" noise you may come across online and pick up this one book. You'll be glad you did.
Personal Relationships & Real Estate have never really gone hand in hand.
No one really knows the person on the other end of the mortgage on their house. If you have a question, you call an 800 number that’s routed to a different country. The person on the other end of the call (and she has 25 people on hold behind you), looks into her computer screen and tries to find an answer for you. It’s usually not there.
Same goes with renting.
You may know your superintendent or your landlord’s manager, but chances are you don’t know the person who owns the building who can really help you when you need them.
Your rent or mortgage payment is the largest check you write each month and we think it should come with a little “customer support.”
We know about this concept and have built a company around solving this phenomenon.
When you call our number, one of the owners answer the phone or return the call/email/text.
We put a ton of effort in buying the right property and putting it in the hands of a buyer who is right for that particular piece of dirt. It only makes sense to finish the job with the right personal relationship to make sure you are satisfied.
We have sold more than 10,000 properties over the past 11 years in the US and Canada.
Please test us.
I love working in the digital age. It's an absolute pleasure compared to what we had to do just 3 years ago before the days of Google Earth and ubiquitous broadband. In the "old days" we'd have to stomp on each and every property to confirm the topography, make sure people weren't dumping on it and meeting with the County officials to research each parcel in their office. In short, it was a lot of time, work and money compared to today.
Now, we inspect a property on Google earth with satellite images. Go to the Superfund site to insure there are no environmental issues and then surf on over the County Web site to confirm ownership, assessed value etc. In short, we can do an acquisition from anywhere in the world as long as we have a computer and Internet access. It's amazing!
To market the land we bought, we can create maps galore all from using online plat maps, google earth satellite maps, online topography maps to the point that our prospective investors can see the whole story of the parcel just short of walking it. Then they save time and money! Plus, advertising the property is as simple as a few clicks of the mouse and keyboard as opposed to radio or television advertising which was ridiculously expensive and inefficient. We are living in a digital renaissance age and probably don't even appreciate it. I love this YouTube video below that really captures the essence of how everything is so wonderful today technologically speaking and yet people still complain…
Jack is my hero. He buys one or two properties from us every month in different areas and all different sizes. He provides the down payment and lists the properties on the internet (he won’t tell us where), and sells them for more.
Here’s a couple of examples:
He buys a 40 acre property for $249 down and the price is $19,900 which makes him the owner. He then sells the property for $36,000, pays us the 20K and keeps the $16,000 for himself. Not bad for a few days work, especially since we have done all of the electronic maps, and descriptions.
Jack buys a 5 acre property in a really nice area for $99.00 down and $7,900.00 from us. He sells it on the internet for $199.00 a month. He makes $100.00 a month for the term of the loan for doing very little work.
Email my partner Mark. He loves Jack, too. We need more Jacks. SB..
What are you going to leave as your legacy when you leave this world? Some people want their legacy to be their children and the values they instill in them. Values are wonderful, but most people want to leave a legacy that is tangible and permanent. Maybe a piece of jewelry or art? However, as wonderful and valuable as jewelry or art may be to your loved ones eventually they won't last.
The only thing that lasts is land. That's it. Not even styrofoam has a longer shelf life… Seriously, think about it. What else will outlive all of us and last generation after generation? Only land. They have not only a valuable asset that is appreciating in value, but they have a getaway. They could have a recreational oasis. Perhaps a home or God-forbid everything goes to hell in a hand basket in this country a lifesaving bunker. Only your imagination and your loved ones imaginations are limited by the uses of the property.
To me, is there is no finer legacy than a piece of the earth to leave your family or loved ones when we leave this earth.