Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about Buying

Our purchasing process is designed to be seamless and convenient. Simply browse through our listings, select the lot that suits your requirements, and proceed with the purchase. We offer easy and quick deed transfers to ensure a hassle-free experience for our customers. We believe in making land and home ownership simple. In order to purchase a property from us, the following easy steps will set you on your way to ownership:

  • Choose a property you are interested in from our listings
  • Click the blue “Purchase This Property” button on your chosen listing and complete the required information
  • Our purchase contract and easy instructions will be delivered via Docusign
  • You will need to sign the purchase agreement electronically and make your payment via debit or credit card on our website.
  • If you purchased a property on a cash sale (paid in full), you will receive a receipt and fully executed purchase agreement via email. Your deed will be notarized and sent to the circuit clerk for recording the same day.
  • If you purchased a property using our owner financing option, you will receive a receipt and fully executed purchase agreement via email. Your deed will be notarized and sent to the circuit clerk for recording the same day the property has been paid off. We do not have any prepayment penalties and you are welcome to pay the property off early, should you choose to do so.

Yes, we do offer owner financing options on some of our lots. This allows you to purchase land with a flexible payment plan that suits your financial situation. Feel free to inquire about owner financing availability for specific lots.

We believe everyone should be entitled to simple property ownership. We welcome people with bad or no credit and do not charge any closing costs whatsoever for purchasing a property. We do not require buyer qualification to purchase a property and once you have signed the contract and made your down payment, interest in the property beings. Per the terms of our financing agreement, you are welcome to full use and enjoyment of the property during the time you are making monthly payments. Once the balance has been paid in full, the deed will be notarized and sent to the circuit clerk for recording the same day

Every property is different and we offer various payment term options on each of our properties, depending on several factors. Please check the individual property listing page for specific terms and payments offered for that listing.

We strive to provide a streamlined approach to everything we do.

In order to make your monthly payments, please visit our payment link below.


Please ensure to enter your name and property address as reflected in your contract.

A receipt will be sent via email immediately and all payments are credited within 24 hours.

Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to be of service with your property ownership goals!



Transparency is important to us. We strive to provide clear and upfront pricing for all our land lots. While there may be some standard fees associated with the purchase process, we make sure to communicate these to our customers beforehand to avoid any surprises.

Once you’ve purchased a land lot from us, we facilitate a smooth transfer of the deed to your name. From there, you can proceed with your plans for the lot, whether it involves building a home, starting a business, or any other purpose.

If you have any questions, concerns, or need assistance, our friendly team is here to help. You can reach us through the contact information provided on our website, and we’ll be happy to assist you promptly. 

We’re always here to help. For questions and more information, please click the Contact link and send us an email. We pride ourselves on timely communication and welcome any questions or inquires you have. Alternatively, you can also reach us by phone at 816-827-0443.

Questions about Properties

At Land Lots Direct, we prioritize the integrity and legality of our land lots. While we don’t perform traditional home purchase title searches or provide warranty deeds, our lots undergo a rigorous vetting process. Our team conducts thorough investor title searches, reviewing previous owner history and any potential liens on the property. This not only ensures the quality of the lots but also saves our customers money and facilitates quick land transactions.

Our investor’s title search involves comprehensive research into the ownership history of the land lot, including any existing liens or encumbrances. This meticulous process helps us identify any potential issues that could affect the transfer of ownership or future development of the property. Exact details can be found at the county clerk or assessors office of the particulat property.

Please check the property listing page for all information we have concerning the property. We do our own in-depth research, and encourage potential buyers to conduct any and all research prior to entering into an agreement to purchase a property from Land Lots Direct.

All properties are sold “As Is. Where Is.” Land Lots Direct, however, makes the following guarantees:

  • You will be the sole owner (or owners if there are multiple buyers) of this property.
  • You will be conveyed 100% of the ownership interest we hold in the property.
  • There will be no delinquent back taxes on the property at the time of conveyance.

Absolutely. Land Lots Direct is not a listing website like Zillow, Trulia,, etc, and we do not list property for other individuals or firms. Through our subsidiaries, we personally own each and every property listed for sale on this site. We do not offer any real estate brokerage services.

With prior notice, you are free to visit the properties. And are at liberty to research any of our proprties.

At Land Lots Direct, we are a high volume seller of real estate and while we would love to have the time available to warranty research every property we sell, it’s simply not possible. 

We will give you the Information we have gathered through our research.

While the majority of our properties have an exact, detailed location, occasionally we do come across properties that require further deed research and/or a survey.

While we’re unable to cover every aspect of how to locate these properties, a brief explanation of what is involved is below.

Option #1 – Hire a local abstract company or deed research firm to located the county records needed to generate a legal description which can be used to order a survey for the property. This is the hands off approach and does not require any time on your part.

Option #2 – First, visit the assessors office at the courthouse in the county in which the property is located. The assessors office will have quite a bit of information in their property records, including prior property owners, a records of deed transfers, and in some cases, the exact location of the property. If further research is needed after visiting the assessors office, the next stop would be the circuit clerk’s office for deed research. The circuit clerk’s office has on file a record of all of the deed transfers and legal property descriptions going back to the sovereignty of the land. The process involves searching for and pulling the deeds for the prior owners until the legal description is found, which will be used to order a survey for the property.

What are you looking for in a legal description? Generally properties are described legally by either Lot and Block, or metes and bounds. Examples of each are below:

Lot and Block Properties – These properties have a plat map filed of record with the circuit clerk’s office are are simple to locate as you can visit their office and pull the plat map from their records. An example of this type of legal description is as follows:

Lot 1, Block 2, Edwards Addition

You would visit the circuit clerk’s office, pull the plat map for Edwards Addition, and find Lot 1, Block 2, on that map. In most all cases, these maps also include the dimensions of the property.

Metes and Bounds Legal Descriptions – These properties are described based upon a starting point and the direction and distances from that point. An example of a metes and bounds legal description is as follows:

Begin at the Southwest Corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 34, Township 10S, Range 23W, and run due South for 100 feet for the Point of Beginning; thence run 50 feet west, 100 feet north, 50 feet east, and 100 feet south to the Point of Beginning.

Once you have located the legal description of the property, a surveyor uses that description to mark the corners, and if you desire, complete a full survey of the property.

While we don’t provide traditional title searches or warranty deeds, our investor’s title search process is designed to mitigate risks effectively. By thoroughly vetting each land lot, we strive to minimize the likelihood of encountering legal issues or disputes related to ownership or liens

And, while we don’t offer traditional title insurance directly, we can facilitate title search or title insurance through our affiliate real estate attorney if needed at an additional cost.

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