Land Investment & Building
Buying land in Texas can be an excellent acquisition – whether you’re planning on building your dream home, or using it as an investment tool for your portfolio.
Purchasing land for investment has many advantages. There may be tax deductions available, including the popular agricultural and wildlife exemptions. It can also be low-maintenance without the burden of tenants, or home and building maintenance. As the saying goes, ‘Land, they aren’t making any more of it.’ Land can be a long-term, hands-off investment whose value grows as fast as Texas’ population.
If the goal is to build your dream home on your private acreage, buying land is an excellent choice. Here you have many more options to get exactly what you want and where you want it, as opposed to going the traditional resale home route. While the process can be tricky, working with a land specialist can help you navigate each step toward living in your dream home on your dream plot of land.
Jason Tompkins, Laurie Flood Team Land Specialist
Purchasing land requires special knowledge and expertise that’s different from the standard home buying process. Working with a specialist gives you access to an expert who is very familiar with rural regulations, land use and what to look out for. They will create a realistic plan of action to ensure you’re getting the land you’ve been dreaming of to build your dream home, or use for an investment.
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Note: there is a minimum land purchase of $200,000
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Laurie Flood, REALTOR® - TEAM Owner/Listing Manager
Growing up in Phoenix, Laurie moved to Austin and got her start in real estate working for a top producing real estate team while earning her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from St. Edwards University.
After graduating she spent 10 years managing professional marketing and business negotiations for Harte Hanks, Vignette and National Instruments.
Laurie loves spending time with her children and trying to keep the 4 family dogs from taking over the house.