How Do I Sell My Land?

If you’ve received an offer in the mail, you can send in the signed purchase agreement. Otherwise, you can fill out the “Sell Your Land” form, or contact us.

We will begin the verification process, as soon as we receive correspondence to ensure all information pertaining to the property is correct.

We will have a deed made, and sent to a  notary in your location who will arrange a time/place to meet with you. Once you complete signing the deed, you will receive a cashiers check for the agreed amount from the notary.

Upon completion of all the above steps, new ownership will be finalized by the county recorder.

Who Pays the Taxes?

Property taxes are listed for all of our for sale parcels.

When you buy a property from us, you can be sure all of the tax costs will be given upfront.

When you sell a property to us, we negotiate (within reason) with you to help pay off all back taxes and liens so they’re not transferred to the next owner.

Are There Any Limits To The Property I Am Buying?

Features such as utilities and access will all be laid out in the description for each available property.

RVs can be temporarily parked on most properties, but you should contact your county specifically for exact zoning laws.

If you plan on building on the property, you can refer to local builders and developers for rates.

Unless specified, AmericanLandSource will not do improvements on a property.

We sell surface rights only, not mineral rights.

Contact us directly if you have questions about a particular property.

Can I Build On This Land?

We do our best to get this information for our customers, and often times it is listed in the product description. However, there are specific zoning laws for each county. You can contact the Planning & Zoning Office for the county you’re interested in to confirm if your project is possible with your land.

How Can I Look Up The Property?

GPS Coordinates will be provided on all properties.

You can view them on Google Earth or Google Maps.

If you want to drive to the property, it’s best to put in the GPS coordinates into your phone or GPS and follow those directions.

We also provide extensive pictures so you can have an exact look at the land from all angles.

Often times, land will not have an address. You can look it up by it’s APN number.