Cash at Closing
You'll receive cash when you sell your land to Land Service. We'll never
ask you to hold the paper or take payments from us.
We pay all the fees.
We take care of all the fees associated with closing the transaction.
These fees include:
* Escrow Fees
* Title Insurance
* Notary Fees
* Recording Costs
* Real Estate Fees
We will gladly take care of all these
fees during the closing process! We understand that you expect to receive
cash for your property and we do not want the side fees associated with
selling your land to interfere with the process.
We offer a fast closing process. We will
send you a deed for you to sign and have notarized. Upon receiving the
deed, we will send you a check. It's that simple!
We Make it Easy to Sell Your Land
We make the selling process easy for our
customers. Once you contact us about your land, we will research the property
and prepare an offer for you. Next, you simply sign the enclosed Sales
Agreement and mail it back to us. Upon receiving the Sales Agreement,
we will send you the deed. Once we receive the signed and notarized deed,
we will mail you your check!
Stop Paying Property Taxes
Upon selling your land to us, you are no
longer responsible for paying yearly property taxes. If there are back
taxes owed on the property, we will take care of those as well. This way,
the burden of property ownership is off your shoulders. You can use the
money you save from not paying the taxes on something you or your family
will truly enjoy.
You Do Not have to Deal with Realtors
We are not realtors, so you will not have
to pay any extra fees typically associated with realtors. There are no
hassels regarding offers and counter-offers and no lengthy paperwork or
playing phone tag. We do all the hard work to make the transaction process
as trouble-free and pleasant as possible. All you have to do is sign the
Deed and collect your cashiers check. We take care of all the rest.
Tax Deductible Loss
You may be able to take a tax-deductible loss when you sell your property
to us. Be sure to contact your tax advisor first.