All of our properties are sold in “as-is, where-is” condition. It is the buyer’s responsibility to conduct their own independent due diligence prior to purchase.

Our property page is a good place to start. While we tried our best to disclose all the general information we know about our properties, as an end-user, you need to verify with the County Zoning and Building Office regarding the land use and building code to make sure the property you are interested in purchasing is able to meet your specific needs. We also recommend that you physically visit the property prior to purchase.

The GPS coordinates listed on the property pages are there for the purpose of locating your property only. It is a good start for you to get the approximate property lines. In order to 100% accurately mark the property boundary lines, you will need to hire a licensed local surveyor to help identify the exact corners of your property.