We Buy Land – Does Your Texas Land Qualify For a Cash Offer?

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Are you currently facing any of these situations?

  • Are You In Foreclosure or Are About To Be?
  • Do You Own A Vacant Property?
  • Did You Inherit An Unwanted Property?
  • Do You Want To Avoid Paying Realtor Commissions?
  • Are You Going Through A Divorce?
  • Do You Have Little Or No Equity And Need To Sell?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, we can help! We are specialists in solving real estate problems… especially ones that pose a financial burden on you, the land owner. We can solve almost any financial problem that your property is causing.

We want to help you take control of your situation, end the hassles, and get back to living the life you want to live. And you deserve to know all of the options available to you right now. Simply fill out the short form below or give us a call, and our experts will help you (with no pushy sales techniques or obligation)… we’ll help you make sense of all of this confusion and we’ll present you with the options that can potentially change your life and help you get back to normal.

Send us information in the form below and we’ll get back to you promptly (usually within 24 hours) – we’ll give you a call and show you the options to help solve your current situation.

All of this 100% free to you (we don’t charge you any fees). 100% no hassle. 100% no obligation. No commitment.

Texas Vacant Land Info

If you want to successfully sell your real estate, it’s important to learn about your property.

Dallas and many local cities put large amounts of info online for free. Check these sources before making a final decision:

  • County Property Appraiser. Texas counties maintain a property appraiser website to learn the specifics about your land. This website includes sales and ownership history, parcel dimensions and square footage, and neighboring land uses.
  • Texas Zoning Rules. Municode maintains a database of the applicable zoning code. Zoning codes include Residential, Commercial, Agricultural, Industrial, Planned Unit Development, and Mixed-Use.
  • Vacant Land Sales & New Construction Comps. Review Texas sale comps (active, expired, under contract, and coming soon). Plot comparables may be rare, so review other real estate sales and new construction comps.
  • Contact The City & Zoning Board. Every Texas municipality maintains a board, division, or department that helps create and implement the local zoning code and building regulations. Contact the local group for specific questions.

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