The best land specialists have been in practice for many years. They have acquired experience and specialized knowledge in areas such as timber, rural land appraising, rural land contracts, land management and wildlife management. They also have deep contacts with specialists like foresters, surveyors, road & pond builders, title & closing specialists, and wildlife biologists.
We always review the closing documents for our buyers and sellers before the actual closing. Pat Porter from RecLand offers some great suggestions about reviewing the documents PRIOR to closing. Watch the video and read the article here: REVIEWING THE CLOSING DOCUMENTS
Please call Cross Creek Realty, LLC at 864-517-3621 for all of your
Listen as Pat Porter, land broker and owner of RecLand Realty, reflects on his day after looking at four tracts in 24 hours. He takes some time out of his day to stop and elaborate on a few reasons why land owners choose land agents- real estate agents who focus on unimproved land- to sell
Looking at soil types can be a great way to evaluate property. At Cross Creek Realty, LLC and Cross Creek Timber, LLC we use this soil studies on a regular basis to assist our clients and property owners in evaluating and marketing property. The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has a great tool available
Did you know according to Article 11 of the National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics …
REALTORS® shall not undertake to provide specialized professional services concerning a type of property or service that is outside their field of competence unless they engage the assistance of one who is competent on such types of property
Choosing the right piece of property to meet your needs is very important. Selecting the right real estate agent to assist you in this process is critical. At Cross Creek Realty, LLC we have the knowledge and experience to make sure all of your questions are answered. Call us today at 864-517-3621.
LandThink writer Jonathon
One of the first questions landowners wanting to sell property ask themselves is “Should I try to sell it myself?”. Read this article on why you should hire a professional land broker.
Working with a desperate real estate agent can be hazardous to your financial health. When conducting a real estate transaction you need the best information and advice possible to have the best possible outcome. An agent that is desperate for their paycheck can compromise your best interest, for their own. Let me say up front,
Not every real estate licensee is qualified to help you buy or sell rural land. Their license may make it legal to practice, but their inexperience in land transactions could be costing you thousands of dollars.
WARNING: Some agents who primarily sell residential real estate and dabble in rural land sales will be offended by