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What kind of properties do you sell?

We sell property all over America. Our inventory ranges from lots in HOA communities to unrestricted lots that you can do just about anything your heart desires. Feel free to check our inventory to see everything we have available.

Where do I find more information on properties you have available?

Check out our Land For Sale tab, there you will find everything that is currently available.

Why is the property so cheap?

The Debrosland team scours thousands of county records and purchases a large volume of properties in each of the areas where we offer properties. As a result of our work, we receive discounts on the properties we purchase which is passed on to you at discounted “wholesale” prices.

How much are property taxes?

The property taxes are typically current unless otherwise stated and will vary from parcel to parcel. Please check the property tax section on the  listing for further information. For detailed information from the county, contact the Treasurer’s office in the county where the parcel is located.

Is there an HOA fee I need pay for the property?

Unless otherwise stated, no. If there is an HOA fee we will indicate this in the property ad so you are aware of any property costs associated with the parcel.

Are there back taxes or liens associated with the property?

Unless otherwise stated, all taxes and liens have been paid by Debrosland. At the time of conveyance, our team will alert you if there are any changes with regard to the property taxes.

Does the property have utilities?

Unless otherwise indicated in the property ad, the properties we list do not have utilities.

Does the property come with mineral rights?

Mineral rights are not included unless otherwise stated. In areas where we purchase land, parcels typically have the surface and subsurface rights separated and because we sell our properties at wholesale pricing it isn’t something we typically investigate. If we do manage to get mineral rights, we would include that in our listing.

How do I know where the property is located?

Each of the properties listed on our website will have GPS coordinates indicating the property’s location. We also provide a Google My Map with the overlay and where available the official plat map from the county. You can use Google to zoom in and out to get a better idea of the property’s location. Please be aware that we use the county to gather this information, so the information is only as accurate as the county we obtained the information from.

Why does the county GIS say someone else owns the property?

Often times the county government is very slow to update records, before the websites of the county are updated, it has to go through the Recorder & Clerk Office, Assessor's Office and Treasurer’s Office. In many counties, this only happens one time per year to save costs. While questions about ownership are reasonable and expected, we encourage any interested and/or skeptical buyers to reach out to us for confirmation of ownership, we would be happy to provide a copy of the recorded deed to prove ownership. Even if the county websites have not been updated, they should also be able to provide proof that the record has changed to our company name.

How does the county know what property I am referring to when I call?

Best thing to do is to refer to the property APN or Legal Description when talking to the county, this will help them with identifying what property you are referring to, and can provide the best available information for zoning and use of that property.

What is the significance of a recorded deed?

The deed is the legal document that proves ownership. The recorded deed is the one that has been recognized by the county. This means it will have a sticker or stamp with county identification on it indicating where the deed can be found in the county files. If for some reason a property has not be recorded yet, we will indicate this in the listing so that you know it is forthcoming. If you want a copy of the deed once it has been recorded ask our team and they can provide that information.

How do we close on a property?

Once you have selected your dream property or properties, we will collect a down payment and document fee. Once done, we will create a sale agreement for you and any others who will be on the agreement with you. Once signed, we will work to get the deed draft over to you for approval prior to notarizing and recording with the appropriate county office.

How does your financing work?

We  offer financing on most of our properties. We typically require larger down payment, and if it makes sense for our company, we can offer flexible monthly payments. Please note, all financed properties will have a higher price, but will not incur interest, pre-payment penalties or balloon payments and no personal credit checks are necessary. Each month, you will pay your monthly principal payment plus a $20-30 note fee, and any prorated taxes and/or HOA fees. Taxes and HOA Fees are collected as part of the payment each month and then are paid out to the county and HOA at the end of the year.

What deed type do you use?

We offer two types of deeds on the properties we sell, Special Warranty Deed or Warranty Deed depending on how far back we can go in our title and lien investigation. If the property is above $5000 we typically will use a title company to get title insurance prior to selling.

Can you show me the property?

Since our team is spread out across the United States, we cannot personally show you any of the properties, unless you would like to cover the cost of traveling to the property and all other travel expenses. We can, however, arrange for a realtor to meet you at the property if you would prefer, this would be an added expense on your part to hire them for the visit (typically around $100-200.)

How much does closing cost?

The only cost out of your pocket is the document fee. This fee covers all the contracts, deed preparation and filing with the county.

Are you licensed realtors?

No, we are just average guys selling land. All properties we sell are either owned by our company, subsidiary or are under contract with our company, which gives us the sole right to purchase the property.

What is your refund policy?

Sales are final, we encourage you to do all your own due diligence prior to paying a deposit on the property. We are a small business and costs are incurred once we accept your payment. When you are ready we are here to help you.

Why should I do business with Drehle-Ewan Bros. Land, LLC and or it's subsidiaries?

We are a great small business that strives everyday to provide the greatest deals on the market, at the greatest prices out there. Most of all because we are proud Americans helping families find what they need today and for future generations. We too enjoy the ability to look a person in the eye and handle business face-to-face. In this modern world, however, everything needed to accomplish one of these transactions can be done from the comfort of your own home via phone, fax and email. We buy and sell hundreds of properties each year and rarely ever meet one of the people we’re buying from or selling to. The efficiency of this business model, combined with the low overhead, allows us to pass the savings on to you, the buyer.

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