sell your vacant land for cash

We make it easy. No fees, commissions, or closing costs.

Hey there! I’m Ray, and I’d like to buy your vacant land.

Whether you’re tired of paying property taxes, inherited land you don’t have a use for, or are simply looking for additional cash, I’m here to make the process as easy and painless as possible.

Get started by completing the simple form on this page, and I’ll send you an all cash offer, usually within one business day. We can close in as little as 7 days.

Talk soon!

Ray Seaman
Ocala Road Investments

Get Your Cash Offer

What Our Customers Say

"The entire process was very easy from start to finish."
Dianne Y.
Connecticut
"Ray is very professional, answered all my questions and it was truly a seamless process. The paperwork was prepared promptly and payment was received in less than a week."
Joanne G.
Florida
"I received your check today. Thanks so much. Great doing business with you."
Robert W.
Florida
"I have had numerous folks ask about the property over the years and I have always responded with a counter offer that approximated what I paid for the property. Ray was the only one that accepted my offer. I verified his information on the internet and with the BBB, his company had no adverse comments. To my surprise I had my check in the mail within one week. You can trust Ray to do what he says he will do."
George H.
Arizona

Our Process Is Simple

You Sign A Purchase Agreement

We'll send you a straightforward, one page purchase agreement to sign that specifies the sale price and the terms of the sale.

We Complete Due Diligence

We'll run a title search and see if there are any liens, encumbrances, or taxes owed. This usually takes one week or less to complete.

We Close On Your Property

We'll send you a Warranty Deed for you to sign and get notarized. We'll file your deed with the county clerk and pay the closing costs.

You Get Your Check In The Mail

Once your deed is recorded, we notify you and put your check in the mail. Usually checks arrive within 7-10 business days.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you accept our offer, you first sign a simple, one page purchase agreement. Next, we complete our due diligence process. If everything is in order (and 90% of the time it is), we send you a Warranty Deed. You then sign the deed in the presence of a notary, and send it back to us. We file your deed with the county clerk’s office. Finally, once the clerk records the deed, we notify you and put your check in the mail the same day. You receive your check in about 7-10 business days.

A realtor will want you to pay them a commission in return for selling your property. We charge no commission for buying your property. In addition, we pay all closing costs and any taxes owed. Even in the hands of an experienced real estate agent who specializes in vacant property, land often takes months to sell, and sometimes longer. We can close on your property in as little as one week.

Once you sign your purchase agreement, for a typical property we’ll close in one week, and your check will arrive 7-10 business days after closing. If your property has a clouded title or related issues, closing may take longer.

The only cost you’ll have is the cost of a notary, which is usually $25-45. We pay all other fees and closing costs along with any taxes owed.  For the rare customer that wants to sell their property but owes more taxes than the property is worth, that’s the only scenario where a customer will need to bring cash to closing.

Yes, absolutely.  We buy properties with back taxes all the time. Typically we deduct the amount owed from the agreed purchase price, as we’ll be paying the owed taxes after closing.

You can call us at 850-270-8086, fax us at 866-728-3923, or email us via our contact form.

We have a number of happy customers who sold their land to us we’re happy to put you in contact with. Our goal is to add you to our long list of sellers who are happy to recommend us to others.

Yes, you certainly can. Your property remains in your hands until we file your Warranty Deed with the county clerk’s office. You can back out at any time and for whatever reason before then.

Other than the information we ask for on this page (your name, email, the county the property is located in, and the parcel ID number), it’s always great if you have a copy of your deed to prove your ownership of the property. If you have a picture of two of the property that’s excellent as well, but certainly not required.

Yes we would. Depending on the issue, we’ll see what we can do to help you remove the cloud and buy the property from you. Sometimes we’re able to buy the property from you immediately and then take care of the cloud ourselves.

You can’t sell the property right away. We’re not attorneys and you’ll want to consult with a probate attorney. The deceased person’s estate will need to go through their state’s probate process. The probate court will issue letters of administration which appoints individuals control of the deceased’s estate. In order for us to buy your property, we will need a copy of the letters of administration in addition to a Warranty Deed to close.

Yes, but you will need your ex-spouse to sign and notarize the Warranty Deed with you in order to sell the property.