Building a house is a long journey.
Get off on the right foot by choosing the right land.
Let us make the process of choosing your land easier. We know the pitfalls and how to avoid them. We will help you to learn how identify them yourself or we will detect them for you. We have solutions for every approach – if you want to all the hard work yourself or if you just want to sit back, relax, enjoy your shopping hunt and let us do the dirty work.
Why should I even bother checking the land?
- You can end up investing all your savings into a land where you cannot build anything. Not even a shed.
- You might not be able to build your dream house on the land you purchased.
- You have to invest significant amount of money and time to be able to build your house.
- Most land purchase contracts contain clause that the buyer is aware of all land features including its defects. Sellers are usually not willing to remove this clause nor include a stipulation that the plot is buildable.
Check our blog to find examples when it went wrong.
The land plot is not connected to any of the critical infrastructure and it is not possible to connect the land plot due to insufficient capacity or distance.
Electric lines everywhere
There are electric lines guided above the land. The electric lines' protection zone is so wide or situated that it is impossible to build a house on the land.
Building the infrastructure yourself
Tha land plot needs to be connected to critical infrastructure. The connection might be costly due to distance, terrain or for another reason.