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Find Vacant Land for Sale in North Carolina and Southwest Virginia

Whether you’re looking for a sound financial investment for later on down the road or the perfect spot in the North Carolina and Southwest Virginia countryside to build your dream home, you can’t go wrong by investing in land.

Land is one of the soundest investments you can make, because it’s always in demand and it almost never depreciates in value; besides, they’re not making any more of it either! Plus, if you’re trying to build your dream home from the ground up, you can pick out the perfect canvas for your work of art.

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Buying a Vacant Land Property?

Here Are a Few Things to Consider

Although buying land is one of the smartest financial decisions you can make, there are still a number of factors to keep in mind to ensure you’re making the right move. Take a look at some of the most important things to think about when it comes to land.


Zoning ordinances change based on where your land is located, and some zoning laws are stricter than others. Wondering where your land falls when it comes to zoning? You can either call the county planning office, or contact our team, and we’ll find the info for you!

Can You Connect?

Although it may not be the first thing you think of, there are still some areas that don’t offer total internet coverage. This isn’t to say that you can’t get internet access — you just may not have access to more cutting edge providers.

Soil Conditions

While almost all of the soil in the state of North Carolina is high-quality, there are subtle differences in the composition from area to area. Are you looking for a more in-depth analysis of what the soil on your land is like? Contact our team for help!

Cost Of Building

The price of building a custom home is more expensive than buying a rural home, but rural homes are typically cheaper than those in the city — even though they offer more square footage. If you want to build your own home, we can help you estimate the final cost.  

Work With a Land Expert

Not only do I work with buyers every day to find the farm property or country home that’s right for them, I have experience owning a large farm property. I’ll use my years of local experience and expertise to guide you to success in all of your real estate goals in North Carolina. To get a better feel for how I will serve you, feel free to explore more about myself and the areas I know best.