There are many great real estate agents out there, why do I need a buyer broker for land? The easy answer is because you want someone representing only you. The other reason is because you don’t know if the listing agent is qualified to handle land. All real estate agents have their friends and relatives where they receive listings, but do those agents have the knowledge and experience to disseminate that listing.
Sellers want loyalty and the highest possible sales price and buyers want to get the property for a specific purpose and at the lowest price. Knowing the value of land includes the knowledge of zoning, soil, traffic patterns, site selection, demographics, sales statistics, topography, and much more.
Working with Bill Burruss III you get the experience from a person who has sold thousands of acres of timberland, along with farms, residential lots, recreational land, industrial tracts, and acreage used for mixed-use and commercial developments.
Subdivisions are required to have percolation tests done for lot approval. After the subdivision is approved these percolation tests are good for only three years. It is always good to check the dates.