If you’re a Florida landowner or a wannabe landowner, here are four local government offices you should become familiar with.
If I own land in a trust, or I’m buying land that’s owned by a trust, how does that work?
When property owners fail to pay their annual property taxes, local governments in Florida auction off tax lien certificates to the public.
Other than price, this is one of the most critical parts of selling vacant land, and so many landowners and agents mess this up.
Vacant land contracts are typically used to purchase land in Florida. What are the main components of these contracts and what should you look out for?
Property taxes pay for most local government services, so when someone doesn’t pay their property taxes, Florida cities and counties don’t just hope for the best.
Is your property in a flood zone and what does that mean? Flood zones are fairly common throughout Florida
Does it ever make sense to sell your land to an investor? Yes it can, depending on how you answer a few questions.
The top 3 MISTAKES I see landowners make when trying to sell their land. Avoid these and you’ll almost guarantee a sale!
If you’re a Florida landowner who hasn’t paid their property taxes in at least two years, you run the risk of losing your land to a tax deed auction!