Have Property You Want To Sell? Get Photogrammetric Mapping, Utility Evaluations, And More To Sell Your Acreage Fast
If you own a lot of property and you have decided that you want to sell off your acreage so that people can use the land to build homes, you want to make sure that you know what you're doing. There are some things that have to be done to make sure that you know how to divide up the lots and how the buyers will be able to build on the land. Here are a few of the things that you can get in motion to start profiting off the property.
Utility Line Evaluations
Have the utility companies come to the property to see where the different utilities will go. This includes the:
- Sewer plumbing lines
- Electrical poles or underground wiring options
- City water lines
- Natural gas pipes
Once you have seen all the evaluations, how much it will cost, and where you will be able to put the needed pipes and connection areas on the property, you can start to divide up the lots.
It may be easiest to get some photogrammetric mapping done over the property. This is a photograph of the property taken from a drone or another type of camera from above. You can then use this picture and turn it into a map, drawing to outline where the roads and houses or lot will go and to show how everything will be divided.
Local Lot Evaluations
Look at the sizes and costs for other lots from different developers in the area. You also want to get feedback on those lots. You don't want to try to squeeze as many houses into the property as possible if it means that people may not want the small lot or the lots are too small to build the custom homes that the buyers want. Instead, you want to find the perfect lot size that appeals to those wanting to buy.
There are a lot of people that want to build their own custom home right now, instead of moving into something that doesn't meet their needs. If you have prime property and you think you could make a lot of money buy dividing it up and selling it to people that want to build, you don't want to miss out on the opportunity. You never know when the market could crash or they could stop giving building permits. Instead, get your property evaluated and then get it listed.