If you really want to sell your land you think it can be as easy as just putting a sign up and ask for a real estate agent. Ofcourse, while putting up a sign is definately part of the marketing, there are some other things you can do. In this way you can maximize the value of your land.
Make your land look attractive.
You think this was only for residentials right? No, not true. You can make your land more appealing by growing flowers and agriculture as well. Do you also have broken fences or overgrown bush? If you clean up your property that will help a buyer visualize its potential. If there is also a (building site for a) tiny home that will help to see what the land can offer!
Let’s make beautiful photos
If you can, work with a professional photographer. As a student realtor I’ve seen enough blurry phone pictures that are not going to stand out between the advertisements of other properties. Yes, you can save on listing expenses by taking photos yourself. But if you want to get the most profit out of your land, photos need to tell the story you can lose buyers before they have even visited your site. Make sure you use both ground and aerial pictures so that buyers can truly see the potential of the lot.
Do you know the details of your land?
So for example, does your land has water rights, special taxes, does it have olive trees? Are they worth something as well? If you know the answer to those kind of questions you can ensure what your land is worth. Also look if it is suitable for niches like horseriding etc so you know who to sell it to.
Take your time
You want to make a good sale. So take your time between research, preparing your land for the sale and finding your buyer. With a good understanding of how buyers are shopping for their land and the best marketing you can have a good profitable sale.
Hopefully these tips are helpful to sell your land! If you have any questions or you’re interested in buying this land with farm of 600m2 for €40.000 in Adari, Morocco, then don’t hesitate to contact me via firstname.lastname@example.org