Why is the land advertised so cheap?

Our business model is to buy property in bulk and market the property at a wholesale price. Many properties are purchased from people,
corporations, or government entities that are under financial duress or have no need for the property. Thousands of properties are
researched and the ones that we believe are the most “under market value” are the ones that are purchased. By using these methods,
we pass on savings to our clients. We have been honored to have many repeat clients, because they see value in our property offerings.

How do I buy a property?

The process of buying a property is very simple.

  1. Look at the inventory of properties for sale.
  2. Pick a property of interest.
  3. Be sure to perform any research you need. If county info is needed, such as tax, assessment, or maps, please visit https://cheaplands.com/county-info
  4. Contact us and specify the property.
  5. You will be informed if the property is still for sale.
  6. You will be provided simple buying instructions.

How do I find out detailed information specific to each property? What guarantees do you make?

Buyers will need to conduct all research. Once research is completed, buyers can then proceed to purchase the property, if it is still available.
All properties are sold “As Is. Where Is.” and no guarantees are made (except the 2 exceptions in the paragraph below). Before paying for the mentioned property, the prospective Buyer will be emailed both the sales agreement and copy of the title they will receive.

The only 2 exceptions are that we offer these 2 guarantees:
(1) You will be the only owner (or owners, if you want multiple people on title) or your purchase price will be reimbursed.
(We do not intentionally convey partial interest. You will be conveyed 100% interest of the ownership that was conveyed to us.)
(2) There will be no prior year’s delinquent taxes upon conveyance per the ad’s original posted date unless a price reduction occurs (per agreement).

For example, we do not guarantee if a property is buildable, what restrictions it has, its zoning, land use, if utilities are available, etc. All properties are sold “As Is. Where Is.” We do not guarantee exact boundaries or dimensions, as only a paid land survey can achieve a guaranteed boundary. We also do not give legal opinions of title which include, but are not limited to include, access, easements, etc.

Am I required to research this myself? How do I perform research?

Buyers need to either do their own research or hire a real estate agent or attorney. We do not provide surveys or soil tests for any properties, so if you need a survey, soil, or perc test, you can also hire a land surveyor (most or all of them are considered to be engineers or scientists).

If you want to perform research yourself, then the research can be done by parcel number.  The parcel number should be shown on the last photo in the ad. If you do not find the parcel number, send an inquiry and we will provide that to you.

Why does the property not have an exact numbered address?

The property you are viewing (just like dozens of others in this county) does not have an exact numbered address. Usually, most people apply for an actual numbered address with the county or city zoning/planning/assessment office or a similar office. The application may sometimes reference the address as an “e-911 address.”

How do I locate the property’s location?

To locate the land (viewable online), just view the video below. All maps are displayed according to the county mapping systems or other
mapping services we use. These services are deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

If the ad states the GPS Coordinates are “Approx” or “Approximate” then that means we do not know the exact land location.
Therefore, the land may NOT border the road. Buyer’s can only be 100% certain of a land’s location by paying a qualified land
surveyor or engineer who is state licensed and has the proper knowledge and experience.

This is Google Maps’ new way to map them:



How do I find GPS Coordinates in-person and online? *

IN-PERSON (Android Phones)


The easiest method to finding a property is to type it’s GPS Coordinates
in the Google Map’s address. Once you do that, it should take you to
the exact location. This does not replace a paid land survey,
as that is the best method.

For example, a property on PA-981, Mt Pleasant, PA 15666 has the GPS
Coordinates of 40.190151, -79.501959. The property does not directly
border the main road, as you can see, but it is easy to map with Google Maps:



Although not every GPS Coordinate finder may be 100% accurate, we use
an app in the Google Play Store called, “My GPS Coordinates.” There are
other apps out there that can map GPS Coordinates. This does not
replace a paid land survey, as that is the best method.

This is what the app looks like:



IN-PERSON (Apple Phones)

Follow the steps above, except try another mapping application (method 1) or for the GPS Coordinates application (method 2), go to the Apple App Store. This does not replace a paid land survey, as that is the best method. This is what the app looks like:




When doing an online search, please do the following:
1. Copy this code into your HTML browser bar (but do not enter the search)
2. Then paste the GPS Coordinates after the / symbol.
Here is a full example. The GPS Coordinates pasted are in bold.
Just replace these coordinates with any coordinates you are looking up.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/34.879368, -91.172178
3. Once you have everything in place hit Return (or Enter) or
just click on the mouse to complete the HTML bar search.

How do I find out more information?

To find out more information, click the “Contact Us” link at the top, or send an email to the following: info ((at)) cheaplands ((dot)) com
Although our phone number is available, it is best to send an email with the property you are referencing for the fastest response.


More Information for Purchasing

If you are a Buyer/Potential Buyer who has signed an agreement with us and has defaulted (or has not paid the agreement in full in which we retained all funds), then Seller has the right to refuse business from these persons/entities. Additionally, if a “straw” buyer attempt is made, then Seller can deny any and all “straw” buyers.