Alamance County Land Sales

If you are looking to buy or sell land in Alamance County feel free to give me a call. I am the area’s land sales expert and am one of the few agents around who meets the criteria and sales volume to be an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC). ALC’s know the ins and outs of land sales and are often in direct communication with town planners and corporate purchasing agents.

Selling Land in Alamance County

I list and sell tracts of land in the area. If you’d like to get your property evaluated, listed, and sold I’d be happy to help. At any given time I have several large acreage tracts of land for sale for homes with acreage,  farms, commercial properties, and more. I have worked with land sales as small as 1 acre and covered larger multimillion dollar transactions such as this one. You may also see my featured listings here. If you want your property sold as quickly as possible and/or would like the get the most money out of it as possible then I am your land guy.

Buying Land in Alamance County

If you are looking to buy land in Alamance County you are probably shopping around online. You can search the MLS although not all land is on the MLS. In addition, some of the properties for sale in Alamance also make it to other sites like Loopnet or Landwatch and others do not. If you have a specific property need be it an alpaca farm or a zoo chances are I know exactly where to look or know someone with this land for sale. Sometimes lots are listed privately and do not even make it to the Internet. If you need a specific type of soil or are looking for certain features such as a well or septic, again, feel free to call me.

More about Alamance County

Alamance is most well known for its cities: Burlington, Graham, and Mebane, North Carolina.

The towns here are: Alamance, Green Level, Swepsonville, Gibsonville, Ossipee, Elon, Mebane, and Haw River.

Other places include Altamahaw, Glen Raven, Saxapahaw, and Woodlawn.

The counties adjacent to Alamance include Caswell, Orange, Rockingham, Chatham, Randolph, and Guilford.



Here is Eric Andrews discussing owner financed land sales: