Purchasing property should be an enjoyable process, but it’s also one that requires the land buyer to fully evaluate the property to assure that it meets all of his or her requirements.
Read these tips on ensuring you’ve done your due diligence before you buy land.
1. DRIVE EXTENSIVELY AROUND THE ROADS BORDERING A PROPERTY.
Don’t simply enter the area from the same direction every time, but familiarize yourself with the entire area.
2. VISIT THE AREA AT DIFFERENT TIMES.
Take a look at the property during different times of day and different days of the week to avoid any negative surprises that occur at particular times of the day or week.
3. CHECK THE MAPS.
Using Google Earth, you can view property from above and scroll around…