Trevor Probandt and his family are no strangers to vacant land deals. They’ve been doing them in Texas since the 90s. His strategy of buying big ranches and subdividing them has earned them a ton of money over the years. Trevor focuses mainly on big deals but does smaller ones and leverages owner financing to bring in cash flow. When subdividing properties, he lets the land dictate how it gets chopped up and factors in things like roads, fencing, and water wells.
Trevor makes unaffordable ranches affordable through subdivision and forces depreciation. The average size pasture he works with is anywhere between 150 to 400 acres. The closer the land is to large populations, the smaller the divisions. In today’s uncertain times, people are looking for safety and serenity through owning their own land. Trevor’s goal for the next year or so is to delegate some of the smaller deals, as there are some massive opportunities on parcels under $100K. Vacant land is fairly easy to get into and far less competitive than housing and multifamily. With dedication, consistency, and some simple marketing strategies in place, anyone passionate about real estate can generate massive wealth.
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Listen and learn:
- How buying land and subdividing it has made Trevor and his family wealthy over the last several decades.
- Trevor’s marketing strategy and the tools he utilizes.
- How to raise capital to buy large lots.
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