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LandMovers.net is a web-based marketing company for real estate professionals and private landowners from around the world.

LandMovers.net is the largest network of exclusive professionals that specialize in farm, ranch, and recreational land marketing across  America. Our members are elite agents that exclusively represent various types of properties across the country, including rural land, recreational properties, hunting and fishing properties, farms, ranches, timberland, waterfront properties and large tracts of land. LandMovers.net are professional land experts. We are the leaders in all exclusive territories and continue to represent our client’s properties with trust, integrity, and a deep knowledge of land values.

Our exclusive agents represent land for sale, farms for sale, waterfront properties, timberland, recreational land, legendary ranches, hunting land for sale and more. Whether you farm, ranch, hunt, fish or just enjoy land ownership and the outdoors, our agents are the best in their markets. LandMovers.net marketing platform promotes the best and most exclusive farm, ranch, investment and recreational properties available on the market today. Our marketing efforts do more than showcase properties on our website. We strategically promote our members properties through a complete marketing plan. No matter your pursuit, no matter your goals, we’re here to help you find your perfect property!

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We Target The Market That Brings Buyers To Sellers!

Acquiring a parcel on which to build is as American as it gets, a birthright dating back to the days of land rushes and “Go west, young man!” The practice has clear advantages: Custom building means having total control over every aspect of a house, from the foundation to the flooring to the views. And fall is an especially good time to look at a parcel of land. With the leaves off the trees, you can easily see its contours and how close the neighbors are, lessening the anxiety of a sometimes nail-biting process. “You take a little more risk when you build your own home,” says Gary Naeser, a custom-home builder in Washington, Pennsylvania, “but you end up with a lot more independence.”

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When you find property you like, thoroughly inspect it in person by getting a survey of the land from the seller and walking the entire property. That will give you a sense of the lot’s suitability for building—say, whether trees will need to be cleared or hills graded, or whether you’re far enough off the beaten path that you’ll need to dig a well, install a septic tank, or create new power, phone, and cable hookups.

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Once you’ve picked out that dream lot, the next stop is city hall. Even though 29 states require full disclosure of potential problems with the property, many sellers don’t have all the information at their disposal. So the health department can tell you about local water and sewer codes, while the planning commission will have details on zoning restrictions. If you’re looking to build in a landmarked district, the preservation office will tell you if you need to conform to rules about building size, style, or materials. The town clerk can even show you the chain of title, if you’re curious about what the previous owner paid. But it’s the assessor’s office where you will learn the most pertinent details. There you’ll find tax information as well as records about flood-zone boundaries and wetlands proximities, both of which will affect where you can build. The assessor can also clue you in to the existence of restrictive covenants imposed by a previous owner, which can stipulate how much footage there needs to be between your house and the road.