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How do you list a piece of land that has multiple addresses and property IDs?

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How do you list a piece of land that has multiple addresses and property IDs?

By Russell Hubenak   
Posted on Aug 02, 2021 in Topic: Realtor Only
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Arfacxad Cabrera
about 2 months ago
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The simplest way is to list one of the addresses and within the same listing include all the details of everything being sold including the other addresses. It would help if you include an Arial shot of the properties highlighting the boundaries. Also make sure to add any pertinent information of all properties under attachments including how to write up the offer.

about 2 months ago
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Anthony Taylor
about 2 months ago
See if the owner have the survey first and the data should be on it!

I hope my info will help you.

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Anthony Taylor Realty


about 2 months ago
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Carmelita Black
about 2 months ago
Sometimes their can be errors in the public data. Verify the parcel numbers with appraisal district and tax district. Having a previous survey from the seller helps. Both numbers can be added to the MLS in Matrix once they have been verified and confirmed, if they have the same address with different parcel numbers. The second one you will have to add manually to the same listing, if it’s the same address. I hope this helps. Most importantly, check with you broker about how they handle multiple addresses for one property.


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I recently had a listing that had two parcel numbers.


about 2 months ago
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Brenda Cheney
about 2 months ago
My suggestion is to contact the appraiser district were the property is located. They are usually very friendly and helpful.


about 2 months ago
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Tracie Benton
about 2 months ago
Good Question! You could reach out to the owner to get the survey and set up the listing separately or you could list them all together, and them the public know that they can either purchase them all together or separately. Your best bet is to get advice from your broker and they can give you an idea on what works best.


about 2 months ago
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Doris Snipp
about 2 months ago
A survey can be of help as it shows easements or sections that are landlocked or in flood zone. The numbers of septic systems allowed on the property and water sources for each parcel needs to be researched. Check the County Clerk’s office to see how the properties are recorded. Also check tax records to see if billed separately. The title company can be of help to see if clear title can be done on each separately. Bottom line is if you are offering the parcel for sale you need to have answers and disclose.


about 2 months ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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