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You've already received several answers and the opinions seem to vary quite a bit. Truth of the matter is this: NO... the "establishment" lending institutions don't finance undeveloped land. You'll need to find a "for sale by owner" piece of property. Interest rates and terms can definitely fluctuate quite a bit. Apparently some people think the loan's interest is necessarily going to be HIGH. I just would like you to feel a little bit BETTER by finding out that's just not necessarily true! When my husband and I bought our land 12 years ago, the land developer charged us 11% interest which IS a bit high. 12 years later we're selling off some of our holdings for 6%. So how's THAT for inflation and "expensive"? Not so much! :o) We're incredibly easy to work with...no credit checks like you'd go through with a bank. Can't beat THAT! Usually we write the note for 30 years with a 5 year balloon. 30 years to keep your monthly payments as low as possible, and with a 5 year balloon to give you 5 years to either pay it off or have it re-financed with someone else. With the monthly payments figured at the 30 year length of term, like I said, it makes the monthly payment very affordable, and any extra you can pay would go straight to the principal...allowing you to get the loan paid off WAY QUICKER! You didn't say where you're looking for property. We're located in Northern Arizona. Here's a bit I wrote to someone here who was asking where to find cheap land: that helps! You can find me here: www.landinarizona.net
After a Chapter 7 is discharged (you didn't say which bankruptcy you had discharged) you can go right out and get things like financing. You cannot however get a car financed while Fort Valley bankruptcy, that's not allowed. So something is wrong with your statement or how it came about. When in a bankruptcy you're supposed to learn to not rack up any more bills. In buying land you have to come up with the cash. At least that's how people want it who sell the land. You didn't say what you want the land for since there are additional costs involved when purchasing land, for instance if you plan to place a home on it at some time then you must have sewer and water and electricity before you can live on that land. If you make the mistake and buy the land and then can't afford to place those items on the land or right away put a mobile home on it without those things, or decide in the future you don't want the land anymore (maybe a landfill is too close to it or sinkholes or in a flood zone or something) then I've known land to sit 10 years or more before it's sold (on the MLS listing). Land is difficult to sell.
How To Finance Land
This Site Might Help You. RE: How long do you finance land for ? My husband and I are looking to buy some land and we were trying to figure out how long you would finance land for ?
Most mortgage lenders will not finance vacant land. You will most likely have to secure financing from the land owner or other private type financing.
It is almost impossible to finance it at all, it is almost always a cash deal. You can expect 10 years at high interest as it is more of a personal loan.
I think 10 years is the maximum, because it’s a very high risk to the bank.