Vacant Land in Middle Tennessee
Find Your Dream Property with Chuck Simpson
Whether you're looking for a sound financial investment for later on down the road or the perfect spot in the Middle Tennessee countryside to build your dream home, you can't go wrong by investing in land. Land is one of the soundest investments you can make because it's always in demand and it almost never depreciates in value; besides, they're not making any more of it either! Plus, if you're trying to build your dream home from the ground up, you can pick out the perfect canvas for your work of art.
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Find Your Perfect Property
Although buying land is one of the smartest financial decisions you can make, there are still a number of factors to keep in mind to ensure you're making the right move. Take a look at some of the most important things to think about when it comes to land.
What is the zoning for vacant land in Middle Tennessee?
Zoning ordinances depend on where exactly the land is located. All it takes is a quick call to the county planning and zoning office to find out. I also possess a wealth of knowledge when it comes to planning and zoning in Middle Tennessee.
What kind of internet service providers are available out in the country?
Though nestled in a rural part of the state, areas like Franklin, Tennessee and Williamson County have access to a number of different internet service providers. Cable, DSL, and satellite are all available through companies like Xfinity and AT&T.
What is the soil like?
While this varies from county to county, soil composition in Tennessee is typically very good with extremely low amounts of pesticides and other hazards present. For a more detailed analysis of a particular plot's soil composition, please reach out to me so we can discuss further.
What does it typically cost per square foot when building a new home?
This depends on what your dream home looks like. The national average home value is around $280,000, but homes in rural counties like Middle Tennessee typically sell for less than that. However, custom homes tend to cost more because they come with more custom features and specific architectural designs.
If you're building your dream home, you can expect it to cost anywhere from $150 to $300 per square foot, depending on the finish.
I work with buyers every day to ensure they're finding the land that's right for them. In addition to my unique Middle Tennessee real estate experience, I am well versed in zoning ordinances throughout the area. Allow me to leverage my years of experience to help you achieve all of your real estate goals in Tennessee. To get a better feel for how I will serve you, feel free to take a look at some of my former clients' testimonials.
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