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People just like you have successfully purchased hundreds of acres of vacant lots over the years through Landilla. Some have built new homes, vacation homes, or held the lots for future projects and investments. You can easily do this, too!
Have you recently purchased a lot and want to know what's next? Or, do you have your eye on a piece of property and are curious about the buying process? We’ve created this article to help you understand what happens when you make a cash purchase through Landilla.
Those are the 3, simple steps. If you’d like to dig deeper into the details of each step, keep reading. Or, if you’d like to learn about making an owner finance purchase, you can click here. No matter which way you choose to go, the purchase and title transfer processes are fairly similar.
Unlike many of our competitors, we guarantee:
Click ‘Next→’ to get to the checkout page. Here, you’ll fill in your billing and mailing information, and form of payment – Landilla uses Stripe, a secure, world-class payment processor, for online payments.
Land on our site is sold on a first-come, first-served basis. So, once you click, ‘Get Your Property’ and your payment goes through, the property is taken off the market.
Inside the closing packet is the Purchase and Sale Agreement.
Key terms to review in the Purchase and Sale Agreement:
You can sign the document by:
You decide which option works best for you, and we’ll be happy to accommodate.
For larger remaining payments, a cashier's check or wire transfer are the best methods.
For smaller balances, there are more options available:
In the meantime, you’ll get to start enjoying your property – design a home, plan for vacations – whatever it may be!
We will then submit, digitally, or through the mail, a notarized Warranty Deed and any other required paperwork to the county your property is located in. We pay all fees associated with this process as well as any outstanding taxes and/or POA fees up to this point.
The timeframes for digital and mail submission are as follows:
Digitally – This can take as little as 24 hours.
Through the Mail – This process can take 2-4 weeks.
When the deed comes back to us from the county, we will then send you a copy as well. And, once the property is under your name, the county will start communicating directly with you. You do not need to visit a notary for any of this, and can enjoy the entire process from the comfort of your couch.
In a very short time, you can have the warranty deed in hand, and it’s so easy you can do it all from your phone. Best of all, you can feel at ease knowing that if you ever have any questions or concerns, we’re U.S.-based, and just a phone call or email away.