Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we strongly recommend that you inspect the property before buying. You should also check with the county on the zoning and approved uses of the property. Particularly, the County Planning and Zoning Department will also be able to tell you about the current and future development plans for the area. While we will do our best to tell you everything we know about each property, nothing replaces the value of doing your own research and due diligence.
Unless otherwise stated, all properties sold on LowCostLand.com are property of LowCostLand.com. The only exceptions are the classified listings that are clearly labeled as such.
Contrary to other land sellers, we only purchase properties from private parties and DO NOT engage in purchasing through tax sales or foreclosure sales. All properties are bought with Warranty Deeds. Basically, we acquire high quality properties and then offer them to you at bargain prices.
We make no guarantees concerning mineral rights or the lack thereof. If we are aware of the lack of mineral rights, disclosure will be made in the disclosure statement of each of the properties. However, buyers should do their own research to find out if the property has mineral rights or lack thereof.
We guarantee that the property is free and clear of any governmental or private liens or encumbrances other than recurring assessments or bonds. Basically we guarantee that at the point of ownership transfer from them to you, the property is free and clear and has a marketable title.
No. We guarantee a free and clear marketable title on all properties we sell.
No. All sales are final. Make sure you do your research and due diligence before you purchase one of the properties on our website.
There is a one-time document fee of $145.00 for each property purchased. This fee covers eventual document transfer fees charged by the respective counties and a recording fee of the Sale Agreement.
Yes, you can buy as many properties as you want.
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