San Ramon, CA, June 13, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- An important part of a real estate developer’s job is finding profitable land development opportunities on which a real estate property will be built. This requires a lot of market research to ensure that the project will yield the expected amount of revenue once it is finished. A real estate developer like Leon Churchill reviews different methods of finding land development opportunities to determine the best course of action before moving forward with construction.
In order to find suitable building sites, a real estate agent like Leon Churchill reviews listings from multiple sources. The internet is a rich resource of information on land listings from just about every part of the county, city, or state. However, it’s not only empty plots that need to be considered for land; foreclosures can also be converted to profitable real estate properties, although they might require demolition work if their construction does not suit the current plan.
Another way to find land is to check listings on the local papers. Many land owners looking to sell their plot put up ads on newspapers especially if they are looking for buyers in their immediate vicinity for a quick sale. The choices might be limited but it is still a good idea to make contact with the owner who might have other properties up for grabs in other parts of the area.
Auction companies are also a good source of information. Most of these businesses hold auctions at certain times of the year throughout multiple states and have more choices available in different niches like residential, commercial, retail, and industrial. Large auction companies often notify potential buyers and real estate developers of any upcoming sale and bidding events.
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About Leon Churchill
Leon Churchill is a real estate professional who finds development opportunities as an associate at Landcastle, Inc. He has a strong background in leadership and management as well as land use acquired from his long career in local government. He is also certified with the American Institute of Certified Planners.