1. The property may be in a homeowner’s association or improvement district. Therefore, fees may be associated with this type of neighborhood.
2. City utilities may be unavailable. This would require installation of a well, septic, etc.
3. Sometimes it's difficult to find the exact location of vacant land. We might estimate the location using a nearby house number, so buyers have a general reference point to use for GPS navigation. Other times, we might predict the location using parcel maps with similar parcel numbers. You can have a survey done at any time to find the exact location.
4. There may be boundary disputes with neighbors, or the property may require an access easement. These issues might be negotiable with adjacent land owners.
5. We may estimate land size using the metrics of nearby parcels, which may be inaccurate. A survey can provide precise size and dimensions.
6. The property may be too small to build according to code, or may be subject to other code violations or fines.
7.The property may have environmental contamination or the presence of hazardous materials.