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Your biggest problem may be understanding accurately what your property is worth. Check around and you are sure to find there are no set prices per acre. To maximize your options when you sell land in today's market, it is very important to get professional help.
Are you asking yourself the two most common questions we are asked almost everyday? "What is my land worth?" or "How much does land sell for in this area?"

If you are a landowner thinking about selling some or all of your property, what is the best way to handle your land sale to receive the highest sale price in the least amount of time with the fewest complications? On the other hand, if you want to purchase a tract, what is the best way to find the right property priced fairly?

Buying acreage in South Carolina?


  • You need a general description of the tract you are looking for and a price range you can afford.
  • Be prepared to look at several different tracts before you decide to buy because every tract is different.
  • The sales price of acreage can vary widely due to the numerous factors that determine its current market value.
  • Working with a professional like Hendricks & Company can help you locate the tract you want and get it at the price you seek.
  • Working with a professional company like Hendricks and Company that deals in brokerage of acreage everyday can greatly help your search.
Selling acreage in South Carolina?
First ask yourself these questions:
  • Do I really know what my property is worth?
  • How much acreage should I sell?
  • Do I have a current plat?
  • Is the title marketable?
  • Exactly what is my timber worth and do I have a current cruise?
  • Who's buying land?
  • What is the highest and best use of the property?
  • What are the current Markets paying?
  • Should I do any work to the property before selling to obtain a higher sales price?
  • Do I need to put deed restrictions on the acreage I sell and if so why?
  • Can a professional real estate broker like Hendricks & Company, a company dealing exclusively in brokerage of large tracts of acreage and timberland, help?
Consider these factors which
may determine the value of a tract:
 

 

 

 
  • location
  • size and shape of the tract
  • timber value
  • topography
  • interior road system
  • low wet areas
  • site index
  • open vs. wooded areas
  • water frontage
  • creeks, pond or ponds sites
  • neighboring tracts

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