By Jonathan Goode, LandThink.com
Buying your first piece of rural land can be very exciting. First time land buyers often tell me, “I want to buy a piece of land, but I don’t really know what I am doing.” Buying land is something most people do only a couple of times in their life, so this article is aimed at increasing your chances of having a successful transaction.
The list of questions and information contained in this article are not meant to be exhaustive or to give legal or other professional advice, but are for general informational purposes only. You should seek the counsel of a licensed attorney or other professional about your particular situation.
The following list of 24 Buyer Due Diligence Questions to ask is meant to be a helpful checklist to determine if a property fits your needs.
Deal Breaker Questions:
The Due Diligence phase is a crucial part of making the best decision possible, so ask the questions that will give you the best information. I hope this is a helpful resource as you move forward with your land purchase.
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