How to Buy Land When You Can’t Get a Mortgage
We offer hassle free no qualification Financing with low down and flexible payment terms.
Whether it’s purchasing a lot to build your dream home, or buying an acre or two for recreational use, owning land in Colorado is a highly desirable investment. Some people are in the position to buy land outright, however, those who aren’t able to are seeking innovative financing solutions. One of the most common is buying land through a private landowner that offers owner financing. We offer both options!
Bad Credit, No Problem!
When you purchase land from us we don’t take your past credit into account, we are simply interested in whether you have sufficient income to meet a monthly repayment schedule. Even if you’ve been refused credit elsewhere, we should be able to help you get the land you deserve using our fair & affordable owner financed land options.
Your Advantage Buying from Avannah Properties:
- You are working directly with the owners (Matt and Deb Gerace) for a more personal and customized experience. We believe our customer is our #1 priority. We offer flexible monthly payments.
- You are working with experienced real estate investors. We have been buying and selling real estate full time since 2007.
- We visit every property we sell so you can be reassured the details we are providing are accurate and true to the best of our ability.
- You get the land of your dreams with a low down payment & affordable monthly payment options.
Have You Always Wanted To Own Land? You have found the right place!
We have helped many people over the years make their dreams come true though land ownership in the Colorado Mountains.
We own and finance the properties, so the process is hassle-free and seamless.
Disclaimer: We are not realtors or brokers. We only finance our own properties. We are not representing you as a buyer and encourage you to contact an attorney of your choice to review all contracts and documents. All information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. We expect you to do your own due diligence prior to making a commitment to purchase.