Land Assembly 101 Seminar for Sellers


Thinking of SELLING your property and want to know how to maximize its full selling potential?  Developers are snatching up properties and buying real estate in blocks to ake way for high rise and mid rise condos and multiple dwelling units.  But what exactly are developers looking for?  
 
In land assemblage or plottage, two or more parcels of real estate are combined into one parcel and a higher value is created for the assembled parcel than for the individual parcels.
 
Do you own a property that is right for redevelopment? Does your property location allow higher density in the near future?  Don't know where to look, or who to ask?  Then, attend our lunch and learn education seminar with industry experts on hand as keynote speakers.
 
Find out about the latest in land assembly and how to leverage your property by selling with your neighbours.  Selling parcels of land to a developer with your neighbours can be exponentially difficult.  Are price points agreed upon together?  What about market shifts and escalation clauses?  Deposit holders?  What are some of the costs ?  Who are my team member and what are their costs?  
 
Pre-register at www.vancouverhomes.ca, or TEXT or CALL me at (604) 764-6873 or email at geraldinesantiago1@remax.net.





 
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