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0.08Acres
$125,000
Waterfront lot with Slough access to the Kenai River, Seller is currently building a 20'x8' handicap dock, metal walkway and parking pad for your motor home to park. HOA Approximately $165/Yr. Owner Financing available with large down payment. Seller willing to reduce sale price to for a cash buyer.
Kenai River Slough Frontage Lot -Handicap Dock Accessable, Across from Big Eddie in A Gated Subdivision, Kenai, Alaska
45579 Fish On Drive, Kenai, Alaska 99611
0.08Acres
Waterfront lot with Slough access to the Kenai River, Seller is currently building a 20'x8' handicap dock, metal walkway and parking pad for your motor home to park. HOA Approximately $165/Yr. Owner Financing available with large down payment. Seller willing to reduce sale price to for a cash buyer.
$125,000
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Hunting Land for Sale, Latimer County
Southeast Oklahoma Hunting Land in Latimer County, Yanush, Oklahoma 74574
80Acres
$100,000
This beautiful hunting property is nestled deep in the woods on the northside of Lake Sardis in Latimer County, Southeast Oklahoma. This is an opportunity to own 80 acres of secluded property with native timber, wet weather creeks, varied terrain which has not been actively hunted for over a decade.
Hunting Land for Sale, Latimer County
Southeast Oklahoma Hunting Land in Latimer County, Yanush, Oklahoma 74574
80Acres
This beautiful hunting property is nestled deep in the woods on the northside of Lake Sardis in Latimer County, Southeast Oklahoma. This is an opportunity to own 80 acres of secluded property with native timber, wet weather creeks, varied terrain which has not been actively hunted for over a decade.
$100,000
Hunting Land for Sale, Latimer County
Southeast Oklahoma Hunting Land in Latimer County, Yanush, Oklahoma 74574
$100,000
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300Acres
$539,500
OWNER FINANCED 300 Acre Tract, NO Credit Checks and $5,000 Down!HUGE 300 acre tract in an excellent location in the Ozarks! This tract is located about 20 miles north of Mountain Home, Arkansas but is on the Missouri side. It is located in southern Ozark County, Missouri. The County Seat is Gainesville, Missouri and is about 7 miles north of the property.
OWNER FINANCED HUGE 300 Acres in the MO Ozarks
Missouri
300Acres
OWNER FINANCED 300 Acre Tract, NO Credit Checks and $5,000 Down!HUGE 300 acre tract in an excellent location in the Ozarks! This tract is located about 20 miles north of Mountain Home, Arkansas but is on the Missouri side. It is located in southern Ozark County, Missouri. The County Seat is Gainesville, Missouri and is about 7 miles north of the property.
$539,500
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Missouri, Dallas County, 5.02 Acres
Lot 1 Buffalo Hills, Tunas, Missouri 65764
5.02Acres
$27,000
Buffalo Hills Lot 1 5.02 Acres These tracts are perfect for a wide variety of recreational activities. You'll enjoy hunting, camping, ATV & motorcycle riding, hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird watching, GEOcaching, wildlife viewing, and many other activities. This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
Missouri, Dallas County, 5.02 Acres
Lot 1 Buffalo Hills, Tunas, Missouri 65764
5.02Acres
Buffalo Hills Lot 1 5.02 Acres These tracts are perfect for a wide variety of recreational activities. You'll enjoy hunting, camping, ATV & motorcycle riding, hiking, biking, horseback riding, bird watching, GEOcaching, wildlife viewing, and many other activities. This lot is being offered for sale with financing.
$27,000
Missouri, Dallas County, 5.02 Acres
Lot 1 Buffalo Hills, Tunas, Missouri 65764
$27,000
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Oklahoma, Latimer County, 6.02 Acre
Lot 131 Stone Creek Phase II, Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578
6.02Acres
$20,500
Stone Creek Phase II Lot 131 6.02 Acre Stream Tract 131 is a great tract of mountainous land that utilizes an unmaintained dirt road for access. Any trees on the property will consist of pine as well as some hardwoods indiginous to this area of Central Oklahoma. Natural open areas, or clearings that have been created, make a perfect place for camping or building a weekend cabin.
Oklahoma, Latimer County, 6.02 Acre
Lot 131 Stone Creek Phase II, Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578
6.02Acres
Stone Creek Phase II Lot 131 6.02 Acre Stream Tract 131 is a great tract of mountainous land that utilizes an unmaintained dirt road for access. Any trees on the property will consist of pine as well as some hardwoods indiginous to this area of Central Oklahoma. Natural open areas, or clearings that have been created, make a perfect place for camping or building a weekend cabin.
$20,500
Oklahoma, Latimer County, 6.02 Acre
Lot 131 Stone Creek Phase II, Wilburton, Oklahoma 74578
$20,500
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5 acre parcels Southern Colorado
various, Alamosa, Colorado
5Acres
$4,000
528303403008 5 +/- Mt. Blanca Valley Ranches Unit 5, Block 3, Lot 8 no 9 miles NE of Alamosa. Polk Ave between 14th & 15th GPS 37.57458 , -105.748402 $4,000 528303403015 5 +/- Mt Blanca Valley Ranches Unit 5, Block 3 Lot 15 no about 9 miles NE of Alamosa GPS: 37.557836 , -105.740006 $4,000 528303404014, 528303404009 5+/- each = 10 ac total Mt.
5 acre parcels Southern Colorado
various, Alamosa, Colorado
5Acres
528303403008 5 +/- Mt. Blanca Valley Ranches Unit 5, Block 3, Lot 8 no 9 miles NE of Alamosa. Polk Ave between 14th & 15th GPS 37.57458 , -105.748402 $4,000 528303403015 5 +/- Mt Blanca Valley Ranches Unit 5, Block 3 Lot 15 no about 9 miles NE of Alamosa GPS: 37.557836 , -105.740006 $4,000 528303404014, 528303404009 5+/- each = 10 ac total Mt.
$4,000
5 acre parcels Southern Colorado
various, Alamosa, Colorado
$4,000
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Benefits of Owner Financing for Your Land Purchase

Buying land is a substantial investment, and many first-time buyers aren’t aware of all their financing choices or may feel intimidated by the process. There are a variety of options when it comes to financing property, but the traditional forms may not always be viable. Have you heard of owner financing? Are you aware of the benefits? Read on to learn why owner financing your land purchase maybe read more…

Owner Financing

It might seem out of the ordinary for a buyer to ask a seller to help buy their home. It is actually a quite common occurrence for a seller whose home is not selling or buyer who is having trouble with traditional lender guidelines. Owner financing is also popular in local real estate markets where the scene is a buyer’s market.

So, what is owner financing, you may ask? Owner financing is when the current homeowner puts up part or all the money required to buy a property. To make things simple, the buyer is borrowing money from the seller instead of taking out a mortgage with a commercial lender. Buyers can choose to fully finance a purchase in this manner or combine a loan from the seller with one received from a banking institution.

When it comes to owner-financing, there are benefits for both buyers and sellers.

Buyers who choose owner financing can reap several advantages:

  1. When it comes to owner financing, there is little or no qualifying.
  2. Buyers and sellers can choose from a variety of loan repayment options or a combination of them.
  3. Without an institutional lender in the picture, there are no loan or discount points, origination fees, processing fees, administration fees, or any other assorted miscellaneous fees that lenders routinely charge which in turn leads to saving money on buyer closing costs.
  4. Buyers and sellers can select from a variety of the following loan repayment options: interest-only, fixed-rate amortization, less-than-interest, or balloon payment (if your state permits it), or even a combination of these options.
  5. Down payments are negotiable.
  6. There is quicker possession without an institutional lender involved.

Sellers who decide to opt-in for owner-financing reap multiple benefits, as well:

  1. The sales price can be higher since the seller is offering to finance. He or she can command a full list price or higher.
  2. The seller may pay less in taxes on through an installment sale, reporting only the income received in each calendar year.
  3. Payments from a buyer increase the seller’s monthly cash flow, creating spendable income.
  4. An owner-financed loan can carry a higher rate of low-risk types of investments.
  5. Offering owner financing is a great way to make a quicker sale. It can draw in a different set of buyers on a property that has been difficult to sell.

As advantageous as it can be, owner financing is a complex process. Let LandHub.com guide you through every step of the way. We thank you for your interest in our services as you sell your land and land your dream.

Owner Financing Frequently Asked Questions

Owner financing is an arrangement wherein the seller of the property either agrees to accept payment in installments or finances the buyer by giving him enough credit. This makes things easier for the buyer as he does not have to go to a bank to secure a loan.

How does owner financing work?

Owner financing is a useful tool that can be used by buyers to purchase property without having to take a mortgage. Mortgages are taken from banks who lend you money. You, then, have to repay this loan to the bank. However, in owner financing, an arrangement is made where you pay the seller in installments along with interest. Such installments are to be paid until the purchase price has been paid off.

Is owner financing a good idea?

Owner financing is a faster way to close a deal. The problem with banks is that you have to go through a lot of red tape to prove income and assets. You have to wait for the loan officer to inspect, their legal team to process documents and approve them. This method may save you money as you do not have to give any bank fees and other costs that come with that, but make sure to compare the interest rates. The down payment arrangement will be flexible as you can negotiate with the sellers. This method comes in handy to those who are unable to secure a traditional mortgage from a bank.

As a seller, is owner financing a good idea?

The most amazing benefit of owner financing is that it is advantageous to the seller as well as the buyer. Just by eliminating the banks, the middle man, both parties enjoy a variety of advantages. The seller can sell the property as it is without having to make expensive repairs that the conventional lenders demand. This is also a safe form of investment as sellers can earn good returns in the form of interest. If the buyer defaults on his payment, the seller can retain the title of the property along with the down payment. As already pointed out above, this is a faster method to close a deal as the buyer does not opt for a mortgage from a bank.

How does owner financing affect taxes?

When one sells his land using owner financing, instead of an ordinary sale, it is considered to be an installment sale. In an ordinary sale, the buyer pays you in a lump sum. However, in an installment sale, the buyer would hand over a down payment on the date of closing and thereon payments until the last installment. When you report a sale as an installment sale, you will be allowed to realize gains over the coming years. Therefore, instead of paying the entire tax in the very first year, you pay smaller amounts of tax and spread the tax over several years.

Who owns the property in an owner financing deal?

In owner financing deals, the purchaser is entitled to the “equitable title”. On the other hand, the seller is the holder of the legal title. The purchaser will be the owner of the property, otherwise, it would amount to leasing.

Can an owner financed mortgage be reported on your credit report?

Owner financed mortgages do not end up on your credit report. This means that you would not receive the boost in your credit that you get when you use a traditional bank loan.

What are the forms of owner financing?

Mortgages and promissory notes are the most common forms of owner financing. The promissory note mentions the borrowing amount and repayment terms. A mortgage, on the other hand, is a different document. It secures the seller in case the buyer defaults.

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