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What to do With Vacant Land

Posted by Michigan Lifestyle Properties on March 29, 2022

What to do With Your Vacant Land!

So, you have vacant land! Not sure what to do with it? Don’t worry , we’ve got you covered! Below we’ve listed some of our favorite ways to utilize your vacant lots. From commercial buildings, residential homes, and much more – you’ll find it all in the article below.

We’d like to inform you that it’s best to check the zoning of your property before building. We recommend contacting the county and/or HOA before building commences.

Residential Homes – If your property is zoned residential, you could build your dream home. If your lot its larger, we suggest splitting your parcel to fit multiple homes. This way, you can create a dream home and profit! Adding a well-built home to a property never decreases it’s value and we have buyers who are always looking for homes with acreage!

Commercial Buildings – Have a small business that needs to expand? Build your very own office space! From a small She-Shed to a 2,000 Sq. Ft. warehouse – we recommend building something versatile. Commercial buildings that can easily be added onto or converted are more likely to sell – think about this when you’re ready to upgrade!

Hunting Property – Does your property have an abundance of wildlife? Depending on the regulations of your county, there’s potential to turn your vacant land into prime hunting ground! Consider adding a small pond an cabin to make it the perfect weekend getaway. While this option is more suitable for larger properties, consider using a Michigan Lifestyle Properties Expert to help you acquire neighboring land.

If you’re looking to upgrade your land, give us a call! Michigan Lifestyle Property Experts are ready to help you buy or sell all sizes of land. From hunting, developmental, and much more!

Call us at (269) 629-4968


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