Interested in purchasing a Land Bank property?
We sell residential and commercial properties through local real estate agents. Available properties change often, so keep checking back to see what's new.
Questions about our residential sale and renovation process
Make an offer
If you'd like to make an offer, contact the agent listed with the property. They can show you the property and help you through the process. Or feel free to work with your own agent.
Any property designated with (H) is a Homeownership Advantage property. This means we're only accepting owner-occupied offers right now — including resale for owner-occupancy offers. All other properties are available on a first come, first serve basis for all uses.
Buying and developing a commercial property from the Land Bank is different than a residential property and there is no one-size-fits-all approach. You can learn much more about our process by visiting our Commercial sales page.
If a property shows a Pending box where the price would usually be, it means that the Land Bank has accepted an offer and is working to close on the sale. No additional offers are accepted while a property is Pending. If a property sale does close, the property will be removed entirely from our website. If the sale falls through, the property may be re-listed and the Pending box will be removed.
Many Land Bank properties have significant renovation needs. Significant resources are often required to make the home safe and habitable. Please review our contract to purchase and renovate a home for details. Our real estate agent can speak more to commercial and industrial property expectations. If you'd like to inspect the property, please coordinate with the Land Bank's agent or your own.
If there is a difference between the list price featured on this website and the list price in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), the MLS price is accurate.
All properties are sold as is, where is. The Land Bank may receive many offers on any listed property. All Land Bank sales are subject to our policies and procedures. For negotiations to start, the applicant must first return a completed contract offer and qualify as an end-user.