You can also look to certain companies and organizations that have a concentration of people that may fall in the above mentioned roles such as investment companies (i.e. Charles Schwab, Fidelity), financial advising companies (i.e. Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch). There may be a higher concentration of people who can both afford and want to build their own custom homes or to build income-producing properties. Try linking yourself to financial advisors who may already know of people who have these types of dreams. This isn't a comprehensive answer of all the possibilities but just some thoughts. Good luck!
but its real difficult to get potential and serious buyers for such good offers. We have lands for agriculture with lots of fertile lands, for commercial purposes , for entertainment purposes etc.
i believe i will learn from the comments here so as to sell off my property appropriately.
In order to determine the right buyer for your land, look at the highest and best use to determine where to start placing ads. If it is country land that is perfect for hunting, look for local outdoor forums and clubs to advertise your land. If it is a good home site, a land broker or traditional real estate agent may be best. You can also contact the neighbors, who may be interested in extending their property.
Hope this helps!
If you have plenty of time and are not in a hurry to sell the property, and would like to do very little work I would suggest listing it with a broker. They will be able to create a listing for the property, answer phone call and emails, and handle the closing. The downside of this approach is comes at a price and you typically only get local exposure and most real estate agents who deal with both land and homes will most likely put more effort into selling their homes as the commissions are greater.
If you have more time and are willing to put in some work you can try listing the property yourself on one of the big national land listing sites, some sellers have had success with this approach however you can still expect a long sales cycle which is pretty typical of most land sales.
Other options to consider are selling your land with owner financing which makes it easier for people to afford. Trying to find cash buyers can be difficult depending on your asking price and banks don't typically want to lend on vacant land. Also, if you have land you want to sell in a hurry and you'd like to get cash for it there are a number of wholesale land buyers that make be interested in making you a cash offer for your land.
It is nationwide but has a local emphasis through geotargeting technology.
Like me, if your land is in the deserts of Southern California.
Whether your land is listed with a broker, or not.
But STAY AWAY from the professional low-ballers... "Land Research Foundation", "Asset Holding Corporation", anyone who sends you a zip-sorted bulk mailing. Their offer will be abysmally low.
Even I won't pay as much as you want. Try listing through a local real estate agent first. If your land sells, you don't need me. If your land doesn't sell after the usual six month listing, look me up.