Alpha Land Realty Announces Land For Sale In Nelson County, Virginia

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Culpeper, VA based Alpha Land Realty is pleased to announce that a large 11 acre parcel in the Arrington area of Nelson County, Virginia is now available for purchase. The vast piece of property is close to S Powells Island Road and Piney Ridge Lane, an area known to have beautiful houses. The area is a great fit for anyone looking for a land for hunting, ATV riding or a space to build a cabin in the woods. The property is valued at $38,500 and is only being sold for $10,990, which gives those interested in acquiring a piece of land like this the opportunity to get it at less than 30% of its assessed value. Read about the property at https://alphalandrealty.sale/rei-crm/crm-00351/property-details.php?view=895.

The closest town to the property is Arrington, which is about one mile away, with the city of Lynchburg to the south. One will find a lot to do in Nelson, as the County has a lot to offer anyone interested in living in the area. Nelson County is home to a variety of wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries, each with their own unique settings that offer some of Virginia’s best award winning wines and craft beers. Wine and beer enthusiasts will feel quite at home in this environment, thanks to the wide selection of expertly made wines and craft beers on offer.



There are also guided trail rides that offer breathtaking mountain views for hikers to take in, along with a number of challenging roadways for cyclists to conquer. The area also offers many opportunities for hunters, fishers, horse lovers as well as those interested in boating and camping to explore their interests. The mountains and streams are the perfect environment for hunters and fishers to spend some time with nature or for those simply interested in pitching a tent and spending the night outdoors to do just that. One can also find a number of family friendly activities at the Wintergreen Resort, a four season escape resort that offers activities in both winter and summer, from fruit picking to fishing for children and adults of all ages to enjoy.

Recently, Alpha Land Realty also announced a 2.6 acre parcel for sale in Vinton. The area similarly features a number of attractions that will suit a variety of tastes, including multiple wineries and distilleries, golf clubs and much more. Read all about the Roanoke property at https://classifieds.usatoday.com/press/alpha-land-realty-has-land-for-sale-in-bedford-county-va.

Alpha Land Realty is a Virginia based real estate firm that specializes in buying land quickly for a great price from landowners looking to sell. The company acquires pieces of land through a quick and simple four step process. The first step is to research the land and review its value using county tax information, local sales data and other bits of relevant information. Next, the company provides the landowner with an offer after determining that their property meets the company’s purchasing criteria. Here, they answer any questions or concerns the seller may have over the phone or via email. The third step involves signing an agreement that can be completed either electronically or by courier. Finally, once the agreement is signed, Alpha Land Realty and the landowner set a closing date and complete the transaction.

“We buy vacant residential land as an investment,” says the company. “We are a group of real estate investors who buy vacant land anywhere in Virginia, and we want to buy yours. Simply complete our online property assessment worksheet and we will provide you with a written offer for your property within 10 business days. If you agree to our offer, we will set up the closing, handle all of the paperwork and pay all of the fees. We can usually close within 4-6 weeks of receiving a signed purchase agreement. It doesn't get much easier than that.”

The company does not make use of the MLS, or Multiple Listing Service, as they are the principal buyers of the transaction. This serves to make the whole process far easier and simpler than if one were to work through an estate agent. Sellers will receive a fair offer in a reasonably short period of time and can be rid of unwanted land without having to wait months for a good offer. Anyone interested in selling can find out more about the company online at the following link: https://alphaland.realty/sell. They may also contact Bradley Benner of Alpha Land Realty for further details.

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For more information about Alpha Land Realty, contact the company here:

Alpha Land Realty
Bradley Benner
(866) 279-3335
support@alphaland.realty
Alpha Land Realty
Culpeper, VA 22701

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