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Mon Mar 28, 2016
Alan May answered:
Only if you've signed an exclusive buyer's agreement that has those terms in it. Otherwise you're under no obligation to agree to that.
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Fri Dec 6, 2013
bcalhoun answered:
I don't know how accurate it is, but you can look here.
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Wed Mar 31, 2010
Joshua Gillis answered:
Hello Mark,

A quick answer would be anywhere from $30,000 to around $250,000 for the past year. This is tough to answer and this is due to the fact that there are a lot of questions that need to be answered before you can find a price to a lot. For instance size, shape of a lot, restrictions,easements? frontage, is the lot on a private or approved road, where are the utilities in relation o the lot? is the water connection stubbed at street? do you have to pave a road as a condition? where are the fire hydrants in relation to the lot. what is the lot? clay? ledge? sand? These are just some of the factors that go into pricing a lot. To go further a builder has to take into account what they have to do to make the lot buildable and what they will make as a profit after construction cost. do the numbers make sense? so i guess to answer your question it depends on the lot and what the market is at that time. keep in mind that the prices that lots were getting are no where near what they are today in this market. Hope this helped ... more
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
There are many different ways you can attack your issue. Paying down your mortgage is definitely one way, but I am assuming you want to keep that money in your pocket.
I can help you out, but I would have to dig a little deeper in to your situation.
Conatct me for more information.
Thanks Julie and best of luck.
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Sat Jul 14, 2007
Kevin Boer answered:
In many counties, this information becomes public within 2-3 months. Check your county website to find out who the new owner is.
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