Buying a piece of land sounds so simple, but is often more complicated than you would think. We’ve seen everything from land that’s too flat for drainage to flood plains that weren’t properly noted.
We’ve got plenty of stories about people who came to us with properties that had unique and strange issues. Luckily for you, all of those stories end with a home being built for a happy customer.
At Turner & Son, we start where you are right now:
You already own land.
Great! You’ve already put the first piece of the puzzle in place. Let’s take a look at your land together to come up with the best way to build a home on it. When you build on rural land, there are usually some obstacles. We’ve got the experience and can-do approach to overcome them.
You don’t own land yet.
Searching for that piece of property that you fall in love with is exciting, but it can be stressful, too. You’re worried about finding the right land, and we’ve written some guides on what to watch out for:
- Bringing utilities to rural land
- Common issues when buying land
- Questions to ask when looking for land
Of course, we’re also happy to provide direct advice for your personal situation.
You’ve found land, but are nervous about buying it.
Over the years Turner & Son has built strong connections with local Realtors, lenders, utility services and towns across Oklahoma. That helps us give you information about school districts, city limits, utilities and more. We can also uncover information about the land itself and any hidden problems that might come up later.
Find the land that you love, and we’ll guide you through the process
We think that you should be able to live at the place you fall in love with. And that always comes with a few hurdles. The difference is that while most builders will leave all of this up to you, Turner & Son puts experience to work for you so that buying land isn’t as much of a pain.
Recent Blog Articles on Buying Land
- To find land, look for the right community
- Finding land for your custom home
- Don’t get landlocked on your land
- Make sure you really own that land…
- Drainage, slopes, and hidden gotchas