Recently, we received an Email from a prospective buyer who first contacted us in 2006. It said:
“I have looked at this property and others for some time, and I am seeing desirable properties
that I like getting scooped up.” - TJ, North Carolina
It’s not the first time we’ve heard that statement. From 2006 through Christmas of last year, the recession kept most all land from getting “scooped up”. There were no serious buyers during that period – and for good reason. Asking prices had risen to astronomical heights, which in turn threw the “kill switch” on land sales.
For seven years, the land market was on a downward spiral – causing prices to drop to much lower levels. Then, in December of 2013, the market turned – completing another boom/bust cycle in the land business.
Today, although there is a substantial inventory of land parcels available, the ones with the best prices are once again being “scooped up”.
So . . . where does that leave you? For starters, the large inventory of available parcels at much better prices still provides you with plenty of choices. If you still plan to make a purchase, take time to visit our
website at www.mountains4sale.com.
As we’ve said so many times before, a land purchase begins with your commitment to yourself to act – to actually complete a purchase. Once you know you’ve reached that point, it’s time to begin your search.
While you’re waiting, please call us to request a free copy of “Carolina Dreaming!” - our land buyer’s manual. It contains all the information I would share with you if we spent the day together looking at land.
It’s a practical “How-To” guide that includes helpful facts about land – from pricing to financing – from views & valleys to road frontage and rights-of-way – from trickling springs to rushing trout streams. Call for your copy today!