Apr 15
If you are a land holder/speculator or simply a property owner that somehow ended up with some extra land, then consider selling it at the top of the market.   As vacancy with existing buildings continues to decrease, demand for well located land continues to heat up. The demand to buy land to build a building can be very random.   The project may not always fit the land site, so be careful about what you turn down, if you are given an offer. You may end up holding the... + read more
Jun 21
Located just 2.3 miles from I-76 and the SR-57 interchange, Wadsworth Corporate Park is situated in the City of Wadsworth and the Southeastern part of Medina County. The parkway is comprised of seven parcels of developed lots, which can be divided between 1.1 contiguous acres up to 20.62 acres. The land is also zoned I-1 Industrial, which allows for uses such as, but not limited to; distribution centers, light manufacturing, mixed use buildings, self-storage facilities, warehousing, heavy duty... + read more
Jan 10
We have some really interesting land options in the markets we serve.   From apartment land, single family residential property for development to really nice improved industrial and commercial land.  A couple of highlights include the Wadsworth Corporate Park & Seville Rd. land represents some excellent opportunity to buy at a great price and build that building your business always dreamed of.  In addition, a very large industrial site on the West side of Medina with... + read more
Nov 29
It’s a great economic climate to buy land right now! Sellers are motivated more than ever, interest rates are at an all time low, and there are so many businesses expanding since the great recession.  On the other hand, If you have a desire to sell your land, make sure you get it on the market, you may miss the window of demand these next couple years.  There are too many sellers trying hold out for top dollar and end up missing the opportunity.   This was the case... + read more
Oct 11
While some may believe what  Mark Twain once said, “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore,” other investors believe that vacant land “eats” and doesn’t produce.  So the question can be asked – why buy vacant land? Most times vacant land doesn’t have water, sewer, building, electricity or even an address – just latitude and longitude coordinates.  So what is it that attracts some buyers to those wide open spaces? The... + read more
Aug 23
Between 2006 and 2013 (8 years), only 2 land transfer show, according to our research on Xceligent. And between 2014-2015 (2 years) 34 land transactions appear. No doubt we saw the affects of the recession but in the last 2 years land has been on fire.  We have seen car dealerships, hotels, industrial buildings, and housing developments all spring up so  watch for more “coming soon” signs! What does the future hold? No one really knows for sure, but buyer confidence has... + read more


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