For vacant land, you'll need to combine recent comps and the area zoning information to come up with an assessment of the market prices. No one can assign a permanent price for all lots, even if the value stays relatively stable. Only the market can tell you exactly what the current price would be.... more
The first thing you should do is determine why it has taken so long to list your property. The listing process places demands on the agent, their company, the MLS, and the customer.
Have you done your part in a timely manner? Paperwork is essential in this process and without everything completed and signed, things just don't happen.
In this situation... with this amount of time and no listing, there is a serious "breakdown" somewhere. If you are not the direct reason for the delay, you might consider other options because this level of service is unacceptable, in any market.
I would seriously consider contacting this agent's broker to request an explanation.
Nearly 3 weeks and not on the MLS....something's seriously wrong.
Crystal there sure is just pay cash. Second option work on building your credit. Your credit score is based on your history of credit usage. How you pay your bills and what types of bills you have. Home loans are made to people that pay their bills on time and use their credit lines wisely. Jusy work on keeping your bills paid, no late pays, and credit card balances low or 0.00 for the monthly carry over and your crdit score will rise. In just a few years you will be able to buy a forclosure if that is what you desire and have the income to support.... more