Q: Can I sell my lot person to person without involving a realtor or lawyer if both parties are in complete agreement?
I own an undeveloped lot in Tulare, CA. and the people who own the lot next to it have wanted to purchase mine for awhile. I have finally decided to sell it because my husband and I have found a lovely house with plenty of acreage in Wisconsin. I have talked with the other lot's owners, quoted them a price, and they are still very interested. I would like to make this as simple a deal as possible without involving extra people and extra fees. The buyers are agreeable to this . How would I go about this and would living in a different state change anything?
Most likely the transaction will require a title company.
Title companies usually have a relationship with an attorney, or an attorney on staff, if needed.
If you and your counter-party have agreed on a price, you should be able to avoid a broker's fee.
Without a broker you will not have the advocacy that a broker provides.
There are differing views on this topic.
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