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HOW DO I SELL LAND I INHERITED?
In this section, we showcase questions submitted to our investor network by people considering selling their land. Our responses are free of conditions and expectations. Simply put, we enjoy helping people and answering their questions to the best of our abilities.
"My siblings and I inherited 20 acres of land. We may sell the land or keep it if we can afford to put a well on it. How much does it cost to dig a well?"
Check out this linked video where one of our members shares his insight on what it takes to get a well completed on your land!
Those residences that are not served by a public water system need a source of water for both consumption and daily needs. A private well most often fulfills these needs. While the cost of drilling a well is not a huge expense in the overall purchase or building of a home, it is a necessary expense to provide the residence with a usable water supply and it adds value to the property.
To those of you asking whether it’s practical to drill your own well, the answer is a definite maybe with the right tool and a little determination. Many people considered buying a portable, or one-person machine while drilling their own water wells, however many folks act out on fantasies. The question here is, can a man do it alone without the help of machinery? Drilling water is definitely expensive. Drillers commonly charge by foot and they drill down far enough until the well produces a minimum of three to five gallons of water per minute is achieved. Preferably they would drill 15 or more gallons in a day per minute.
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Our land investors commit to providing you clear options on how to sell your land. Your best option may not be to sell to us (and if it isn’t, we will tell you)! We believe our clients should make the best informed decision on what they should do with their land. If, after reviewing our resources and submitting your property to our network, you’d like to move forward with selling your land to us, we will be delighted to provide that service to you.