You’ve inherited land or a parent or spouse who owned land has passed
away, leaving you with an unwanted property. What do you do now?
If you’re a landowner, you’ve likely received messages from folks interested in buying your land directly. So who are these people and does it make sense to work with them?
How do you find a good real estate agent to help with your land purchase or sale?
How and when do you pay property taxes in Florida?
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?
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!
People inherit land in Florida all the time, and often there’s some confusion about what comes next. These are three typical scenarios I see.