Who is Pacific Land Resources?
We are a family business based in the Pacific Northwest that invests in vacant land and sells it at affordable prices. We have a love of land and are committed to helping people to own land of their own.
Do you own the land you sell?
Yes, we own each of these properties and sell directly to our customers. Because there is no middle man – most realtors are not interested in listing this type of vacant land – we can keep our expenses low and make land ownership affordable.
Why is this land so cheap? Is there something wrong with it?
No, not at all. We are able to purchase our properties at low prices and we pass the savings on to our customers. Also, we look for land that has value but is not yet in high demand: the hidden gems.
Do I need to use a real estate agent or attorney to buy or sell land?
No, you don’t. Basic land transactions like these are straightforward and don’t require an agent. The transfer of ownership is accomplished by preparing the Deed and having it recorded with the county. Real estate agents are not typically interested in listing inexpensive vacant land anyway, so we are able to avoid the commission costs and pass the savings on to our customers.
Why doesn’t the property have a street address?
In most places, land that has no structures does not have a street address, but is identified by parcel number. However, most subdivision plats have assigned addresses, and you can apply to the County Assessor to obtain an official streed address.
Does the property have utilities?
Information on utilities can be found on the Property Information section of the offered property. Many of our properties are rural and do not have utilities to the site. Please contact the county to make sure the parcel you are purchasing has everything you are looking for.
Can I visit the property before I decide to purchase it?
Yes. We can give you the GPS coordinates and/or address so you can visit it. Some parcels have vehicle access to the site; others may not. We also encourage all our buyers to visit their property during the first 60 days of owning it to be sure that it meets their needs and expectations.
Do we need to meet in person to make the purchase?
No, the entire process is done remotely. We do it by phone, mail, and email.
Can I have more than one name listed on the new Deed for the property?
Yes, you can. Once we receive your full payment, we will contact you to see exactly how you want the new legal title recorded. The deed can be made in one or more persons’ names, or in the name of a trust or other entity. One resource is this article by Investopedia: Holding Titles on Real Property.
Do you guarantee your properties?
Yes! We offer full money-back guarantee on all our properties. If you are unhappy with your land for any reason, we will refund your purchase price or exchange it for another property in our inventory. Please see our guarantee page.
I understand I should to do my due diligence. What does that mean?
Due diligence is an important part of purchasing any asset. We encourage all buyers to examine and research properties prior to buying. We want you to be sure that the property is suitable for your intended usage and that the County’s requirements are consistent with the planned usage. You should contact any relevant state or county offices, utility companies, homeowners’ associations, etc. All property is sold “as-is.” The information we have provided is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but is not guaranteed. We use GPS maps to provide information so you can locate your property; however, the buyer should always verify all GPS coordinates.
How do I start the purchase process?
Click on our Contact Us page and send us an email or give us a call. We take offers on a first come, first served basis. Once we have talked with you and answered your questions, the purchase begins by paying the down payment. We keep the process simple, straightforward, and transparent. There is more information on The Purchase Process and Financing pages.