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?
Are you serious about buying land in Florida, but don’t really know where to start? I’ve started building an online video course called Florida Land Buyer Pro, and I’d like your input on it.
One of the most common questions I get about land I’m selling is “Can I put my RV on this property?” Let’s figure out how to answer that question.
Does it make sense to have insurance on your land?
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?
When property owners fail to pay their annual property taxes, local governments in Florida auction off tax lien certificates to the public.