Buyers typically want land that is ready to be built on- grading, utility lines, proper zoning, etc are all important.
I did a quick search of the market, and there are currently 37 parcels available in your zip code. Price per square foot varies from as low as 4 cents, up to $1.41.
If you can provide me details about your land, I can give you an estimated sale prices based on the comps in the market.
Nicole Fedorchek, Realtor
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Most Bank-owned homes are sold "as-is". Any repairs or services MUST be specified in the contract, and banks rarely agree to any of them. Your best bet is to get a quote from a reputable septic servicing firm BEFORE you make the offer, and include it in your price calculation. While you are talking with them, you might invest in a thorough inspection. Most banks will allow a 7 - 10 day inspection period. Also ask them about permit status and "what can possibly go wrong?" because it will.