Quickly Sell Vacant Land In Washington And Idaho With Access Land Realty

August 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Post Falls, Idaho based Access Land Realty is pleased to announce that they are purchasing vacant land across the states of Washington and Idaho. To accompany the announcement, Access Land Realty has also uploaded a short video to YouTube that offers more detail on this endeavor:

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Jeremy James, a representative for Access Land Realty, says, “Our goal is to provide a way for vacant landowners to sell their land fast through a quick, simple, and straightforward process. Are you looking to make money off your parcel of vacant land? ​Do you no longer have a use for your land? Are you tired of paying property taxes every year for no reason? Have you been holding your property for months or years because you think it won't sell? Access Land Realty is here to offer you a hassle-free solution to quickly sell your land and make your life easier.”

“Our one goal as a land buying company is to help you sell your land fast,” continues James. “We know it can be rather annoying to hold on to a parcel of land that you have no use for. We will buy that land off you fast and for cash. If you are interested in selling to us, all you need to do is simply fill out our online property assessment worksheet. If everything goes well, you will then receive a written offer from us within 14 days.”

The online property assessment worksheet can be found on their website at https://accessland.realty. Notably, the form comes with an assurance that completing it does not obligate anyone to sell their property to Access Land Realty. The form requires basic details about the seller along with details about the piece of land that is being sold. While it does not require that every field is completed, the website does note that, “the more information you provide, the faster we can provide you with an offer to buy your property.”

The page also explains their buying process in four simple steps. In the first step, Access Land Realty researches the piece of land in question. They look at county tax information, local sales data, access to roads and utilities, and so on to assign a value to the land in question. Then, the company sends an offer to the seller via email or phone. At this step, they are also open to answering any pertinent questions the seller might have. Once the details have been finalized, both parties sign an agreement. The final step is the preparation of the closing documents, after which the seller gets paid.

“You have absolutely nothing to worry about with us,” James assures. “If we come to an agreement, you can rest assured knowing that you will soon have money in your hand. We pay cash, so the closing process is quick and there are no surprises. You also don’t have to worry about any commissions. There is no third party between us and you. We are the buyers, which means you don’t need to pay any realtor fees. Additionally, we will also pay all title, escrow, and closing fees, so you don’t have to worry about closing costs either. If you have a piece of land that you want to sell in Washington or Idaho area, selling to Access Land Realty is the best option for you.”

A client of Access Land Realty, Johnathan S., says, “I had a plot of land I inherited that I was just holding onto for no real reason. I’d been looking to sell the land, but nothing came of it until I found Access Land Realty. I filled in their form, almost on a whim, and within a few days, they’d sent me an offer. They’d even agreed to my asking price. The whole process was quick, smooth, and ended with cash in my hand. Access Land Realty really does make selling land worry-free. I would recommend them to anyone looking to sell land.”

Those looking to learn more about Access Land Realty, or considering selling land to them, may find more information on the company’s website. Interested parties can also find Access Land Realty on Facebook, where they post frequent updates and interact with their community.

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For more information about Access Land Realty, contact the company here:

Access Land Realty
Jeremy James
(877) 369-2494
info@accessland.realty
784 S. Clearwater Loop Suite 5115 Post Falls, ID 83854

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