Sell My Land in Texas

Connect with 12 Texas Land Buyers Right Now

We’re a group of 12 independent land buyers that specialize in buying vacant land in Texas. We created this website for folks who are saying “it’s time to sell my land in Texas.”

Tell us about the vacant land you want to sell by completing our form on this webpage. Once you do, your property’s information is sent out to all 12 land buyers in our group. 

Sell Your Texas Land the Quick and Easy Way

We Buy Texas Land in Any County

Our group of Texas land buyers have bought vacant land in dozens if different counties throughout the state. We have land buyers that like to buy residential lots in Dallas, Houston and other cities. And, some of our land buyers like to buy large, rural acreage. Complete our form and tell us about the Texas land you want to sell. 

Sell My Land in Texas

Why Use Our 'We Buy Texas Land' Website?

Our ‘We Buy Texas Land’ website connects you to 12 different Texas land buyers. There’s no need to search and fill out form after form. 

Once you complete our form your property’s information is sent to 12 different Texas land buyers. If  an individual land buyer is interested in your Texas vacant land they will make you a cash offer. 

You can get multiple cash offers for your vacant land property. Pick the cash offer you like best! 

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Frequently Asked Questions About Selling Your Land in Texas...

What do you sell land in Texas?

A key piece of information you’ll need in order to sell Texas land is the property’s “Property ID” number (sometimes called Account Number or Parcel ID). A Property ID is unique to your vacant land in Texas. And, since the property is vacant, many times a physical address assigned has not been assigned to the property. So, a Property ID is the best way to identify a piece of vacant land in Texas.

How can I find my Texas Property ID Number?

In Texas, Property IDs are assigned to properties by the county. A government office within the county called a Central Appraisal District is responsible for assigning Property IDs for Texas properties.

There are 254 counties in Texas. Of these, 244 counties offer a website where you can lookup your property and find information including the Property ID.

Click here for a list of the 254 Texas CAD websites.

10 counties in Texas do not have websites where you can look up a Property ID online. These counties are Borden, Irion, Briscoe, Kenedy, Cochran, Oldham, Foard, Hardeman, Throckmorton, Hemphill.

Do I need to hire a lawyer to sell my land in Texas?

No. Unlike some other states, a real estate attorney is not required to conduct a sale of property in Texas. It’s recommended to have a Title Company oversee the sale when selling your Texas land.

Can I sell my Texas land without a realtor?

Yes! A realtor or real estate agent is not required for you to sell your Texas land. By selling your land without a realtor you can save thousands of dollars by not paying agent commissions.

What is a title company?

Title companies specialize in conducting the purchase and sale of real estate. A title company…

  • Works for both the buyer and seller
  • Prepares and records the legal documents needed to properly transfer a property to its new owner
  • Collects money from the buyer and ensures it is delivered to the seller

As experienced Texas land buyers, we always hire a reputable title company to conduct the transaction. A title company takes the risk out of selling your Texas land.

Who pays the title company’s fees?

Our network of experienced Texas land buyers generally offer to pay all the closing costs – including the title company’s fees.

Can I sell my Texas land without the deed?

You don’t need the original paper deed in order to sell land in Texas. When it comes time to sell the property, a title company will prepare a new deed for you to sign.

How do I know I will receive my money when I sell my Texas land?

Closing with a Texas-based title company ensures you will receive your money from the proceeds from the sale of your Texas land. The title company is legally obligated to make sure you receive the proceeds of the sale and the buyer receives the legal right to own the property. And, you can call the title company at anytime to verify that the funds are ‘held in escrow.’

How do I know if I have the legal right to sell my land in Texas?

The only way to know for sure if you have the legal right to sell your Texas land is to hire a title company to complete a title search. As experienced Texas land buyers, many times we find that multiple family members will need to sign legal documents in order to sell the property.

How can I sell inherited land in Texas?

The first step is to have a title company conduct a title search. Texas inheritance laws are generally more flexible than some other states. However, they can be complex. Click here for more information on Texas inheritance laws.

Will I meet my Texas land buyer in person?

Although some of our land buyers in our network do reside in Texas, its rare that one of our land buyers will meet you in-person.

Do I need to be in Texas in order to sell my Texas land?


How fast will I receive my money when I sell my land in Texas?

Each individual land buyer works differently. Generally, our land buyers can get you a check within 3-4 weeks of signing a Purchase & Sale Agreement.

What is a Texas Purchase and Sale Agreement?

In Texas, a Purchase and Sale Agreement to sell your vacant land can be a simple, easy-to-read document that states the terms of the transaction. A Purchase and Sale Agreement should include…

  • The Property ID
  • The county where the land is located
  • The name(s) of the sellers
  • The name(s) of the buyers
  • The purchase price

List of Texas Central Appraisal Districts

Anderson CAD

Andrews CAD

Angelina CAD

Aransas CAD

Archer CAD

Armstrong CAD

Atascosa CAD

Austin CAD

Bailey CAD

Bandera CAD

Bastrop CAD

Baylor CAD


Bell CAD

Bexar AD

Blanco CAD

Borden CAD

Bosque CAD

Bowie CAD

Brazoria CAD

Brazos CAD

Brewster CAD

Brooks CAD

Brown CAD

Burleson CAD

Burnet CAD

Caldwell CAD

Calhoun CAD

Callahan CAD

Cameron CAD

Camp CAD

Carson CAD

Cass CAD

Castro CAD

Chambers CAD

Cherokee CAD

Childress CAD

Clay CAD

Coke CAD

Coleman CAD

Collin CAD

Collingsworth CAD

Colorado CAD

Comal AD

Comanche CAD

Concho CAD

Cooke CAD

Coryell CAD

Cottle CAD

Crane CAD

Crockett CAD

Crosby CAD

Culberson CAD

Dallam CAD

Dallas CAD

Dawson CAD

Deaf Smith CAD

Delta CAD

Denton CAD

DeWitt CAD

Dickens CAD

Dimmit CAD

Donley CAD

Duval CAD

Eastland CAD

Ector CAD

Edwards CAD

El Paso CAD

Ellis CAD

Erath CAD

Falls CAD

Fannin CAD

Fayette CAD

Fisher CAD

Floyd CAD

Fort Bend CAD

Franklin CAD

Freestone CAD

Frio CAD

Gaines CAD

Galveston CAD

Garza CAD

Gillespie CAD

Glasscock CAD

Goliad CAD

Gonzales CAD

Gray CAD

Grayson CAD

Gregg CAD

Grimes CAD

Guadalupe AD

Hale CAD

Hall CAD

Hamilton CAD

Hansford CAD

Hardin CAD

Harris CAD

Harrison CAD

Hartley CAD

Haskell CAD

Hays CAD

Henderson CAD

Hidalgo CAD

Hill CAD

Hockley CAD

Hood CAD

Hopkins CAD

Houston CAD

Howard CAD

Hudspeth CAD

Hunt CAD

Hutchinson CAD

Jack CAD

Jackson CAD

Jasper CAD

Jeff Davis CAD

Jefferson CAD

Jim Hogg CAD

Jim Wells CAD

Johnson CAD

Jones CAD

Karnes CAD

Kaufman CAD

Kendall CAD

Kent CAD

Kerr CAD

Kimble CAD

King CAD

Kinney CAD

Kleberg CAD

Knox CAD

Lamar CAD

Lamb CAD

Lampasas CAD

LaSalle CAD

Lavaca CAD


Leon CAD

Liberty CAD

Limestone CAD

Lipscomb CAD

Live Oak CAD

Llano CAD

Loving CAD

Lubbock CAD

Lynn CAD

Madison CAD

Marion CAD

Martin CAD

Mason CAD

Matagorda CAD

Maverick CAD

McCulloch CAD

McLennan CAD

McMullen CAD

Medina CAD

Menard CAD

Midland CAD

Milam CAD

Mills CAD

Mitchell CAD

Montague CAD

Montgomery CAD

Moore CAD

Morris CAD

Motley CAD

Nacogdoches CAD

Navarro CAD

Newton CAD

Nolan CAD

Nueces CAD

Ochiltree CAD

Orange CAD

Palo Pinto CAD

Panola CAD

Parker CAD

Parmer CAD

Pecos CAD

Polk CAD

Potter/Randall CAD

Presidio CAD

Rains CAD

Reagan CAD

Real CAD

Red River CAD

Reeves CAD

Refugio CAD

Roberts CAD

Robertson CAD

Rockwall CAD

Runnels CAD

Rusk CAD

Sabine CAD

San Augustine CAD

San Jacinto CAD

San Patricio CAD

San Saba CAD

Schleicher CAD

Scurry CAD

Shackelford CAD

Shelby CAD

Sherman CAD

Smith CAD

Somervell CAD

Starr CAD

Stephens CAD

Sterling CAD

Stonewall CAD

Sutton CAD

Swisher CAD

Tarrant AD

Taylor CAD

Terrell CAD

Terry CAD

Titus CAD

Tom Green CAD

Travis CAD

Trinity CAD

Tyler CAD

Upshur CAD

Upton CAD

Uvalde CAD

Val Verde CAD

Van Zandt CAD

Victoria CAD

Walker CAD

Waller CAD

Ward CAD

Washington CAD

Webb CAD

Wharton CAD

Wheeler CAD

Wichita CAD

Wilbarger CAD

Willacy CAD

Williamson CAD

Wilson CAD

Winkler CAD

Wise CAD

Wood CAD

Yoakum CAD

Young CAD

Zapata CAD

Zavala CAD

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