I was going to also suggest http://www.teardowns.com as well.
You could also contact http://www.cherrypickerinvestments.com as they have a number of clients who will pay cash for properties in need of extensive repair, remodeling and/or teardown (vacant land).
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The marketplace is open to everyone; builders, investors, individuals and real estate agents. The marketplace currently has populated databases of the right local buyers for redevelopment property and as you know, most buyers of infill teardown property are local.
But, before you "sell it yourself" or "ask your agent" to help - check to see how many buyers are currently in the database for the location of the property you want to sell. You can do this by going to the following link http://teardowns.com/exclusive-listing - if a "number of buyers" does not come up in your zip code - that means there are currently less than 100 buyers in the database for your community (maybe too few to use the marketplace?). The most active communities currently at teardowns.com are Westchester Co. NY, Farifield Co, CT, The Greater Capital area, Dallas, Denver, most of CA and the Chicago suburban and metro markets.
The Company will soon be opening up its brand and business model to agents in all U.S. communities - so any agents that have redevelopment activity please stay tuned (http://teardowns.com/agent_program) - you will soon be able to use the brand and model as your own to capture business like this opportunity from Maryrita. And if your in a community where there is activity you know the importance of having all the builders, investors and wealthy individuals recognize you as the agent to call when buying or selling teardowns, rehabs and new construction.
Tear downs are not really popular right now, because the value is not there on new construction. But you can just put it up on the market and then buyers can decide what they want it for.