We’re Your West Virginia Land Buyers

We’re your West Virginia land buyers, helping you sell your land fast and hassle-free. Whether you’re looking to buy rural land in the mountains of West Virginia for hunting or leisure, or are ready to sell your vacation home or rental property, we can help. Contact us today to find out more about our services.

West Virginia is a “caveat emptor” state, meaning that the buyer of real estate is generally responsible for finding out what problems exist on the property before making a purchase decision. While this is true for residential properties, it’s not necessarily the case for land. In fact, West Virginia law makes it illegal for land sellers to conceal significant defects or misrepresent the condition of their property, even if they didn’t know about them when they sold the property.

The most common reason to sell a piece of land is that you no longer want or need it. Maybe you’re planning to retire and relocate, or you inherited the land and now realize that it doesn’t fit in with your lifestyle. Or perhaps you simply can’t afford to keep it up and decide to turn it into a more profitable investment. Whatever the reasons, selling land is an easy process that typically requires no repairs or renovations and can close quickly.

If you’re thinking about selling your West Virginia land, there are many companies that can help. Some are national franchises and others are local, family-owned businesses that rely on their reputation to grow. However, as with any industry, there are bad apples and you should always do your research before agreeing to a deal. Check out the company’s website and online reviews, and read all contracts carefully before signing.

Pros: Selling to a cash buyer can speed up the closing process. It’s also a good option if you have an urgent need to sell. But a cash buyer is unlikely to pay the full market value for your land, and you may be stuck with carrying costs (such as taxes) until the sale closes.

Con: Selling to a cash buyer can lower your selling price by up to 5%. It’s also a good idea to vet potential buyers by requiring them to have a mortgage pre-approval letter or proof of funds. And don’t forget to ask about any hidden fees or charges that could pop up after the sale is complete.

If you’re ready to sell your West Virginia land, consider listing it on Houzeo’s marketplace. This will expose your property to a large number of national and local cash buyers who can compete for your home. You can even list your property for a flat fee and skip the traditional real estate commission. For more information about our services, contact Houzeo today! We look forward to working with you.