Most likely, you will start your house building project with the search for the perfect property on which to place your house. You don’t need to rush into this purchase. Great properties are available everywhere, and it’s a buyer’s market. If you want the best land, you’ll either wait for the right thing at a bargain price or pay a premium. I suggest going for the bargain approach.
In my opinion, the first step in finding bargain land is to work with a trustworthy realtor. Did you say that you don’t know one? Well, at least you didn’t go with the all too easy, “There is no such thing!” joke. If you don’t know one, try asking some other professionals in your area for referrals. Lawyers and tax advisers that you already have a previous working relationship with may be the best people to ask. They probably deal with realtors, and your tax guy or lawyer won’t want to recommend someone untrustworthy because it will reflect poorly on themselves. บริษัทรับสร้างบ้าน
Discuss your dream property with the realtor, and be sure to target a price range. Usually, they can automate the search process process such that you will receive email when new properties matching your criteria come available. Depending on the area and the size of their business, a realtor may even be able to get you info about land before it even hits the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
I very much recommend that you also search for land on your own. The MLS is great, and just about every realtor website has property searches. Check them often. This will hone your land buying stills for the time when the right property presents itself. Even if you’re not finding exactly what you like, you will gain a better understanding of what you definitely do not like.
You can find land for same in some non-conventional places online, too. Check CraigsList for their “for sale by owner” listings. Great deals can be found there. Interestingly enough, you can find land auctions on eBay, too. Speaking of land auctions, some websites specialize specifically in land auctions. They’re often specific to a geographical region, so search for land auctions in your area. People that run these land sale sites often place ads for specific listings on eBay and Craigslist. Use those listings to find out about who is selling land in your area.
Set yourself up with a routine, and keep checking back with your resources (realtor, ad sites, auction sites, etc.). When the right property pops up, you’ll know.