Have vacant land that you have yet to develop?
Or maybe you have more land than you can manage?
Instead of holding on indefinitely and incurring fees, you can get major benefits.
By going through this page, you will learn everything you need to know about donating land.
Donating is an effective way to get rid of undeveloped and undesired plots of land.
Selling land or abandoned lots can be difficult and involve brokerage fees and heaps of bureaucratic paperwork such as:
When you decide to contribute to a nonprofit, you streamline the process.
Simply fill out a brief snapshot about your property for our team to review, and after evaluating the property to see if it’s a good fit, we send you the closing documents to sign and relieve you of all property responsibility and fees.
This process will be later explained in the how it works section.
Developed and undeveloped.
We carefully appraise each submitted property to make sure that it fits our organization’s needs and to see that donation truly is the right choice for you.
The full list of accepted land, with examples, is listed in a few sections below.
Donating land brings with it peace of mind and financial reward.
Know that when you donate to us, as a charity, you are not only receiving financial rewards but also supporting youth development & mentoring programs.
You avoid the hassle of having to list your property on the market, find professionals to help fix up the property for sale if necessary, and use expensive real estate agents and brokers.
We take over all relevant property responsibilities and transfer them from your name including:
The critical element to remember is that once you donate land, you become eligible for tax credits and deductions that provide massive financial benefits.
You can donate land in as 3-6 weeks from start to finish.
We deal with all the necessary paperwork and the mailing, at no cost to you, saving you time and hassle, while ensuring maximum tax benefits.
Give us background information about your land including things like address, property type, and size.
We look at each property thoroughly, including title search, environmental violations, and tax history, to determine if we can accept your property.
Once accepted, we send you the closing documents to sign and return to us.
This is land was set aside for building residential properties on it that may or may not have been formally developed.
This is land set aside for building commercial properties on it that may or may not have been formally developed, such as:
You may have inherited or happen to own a vacant plot of land.
This is usually land that’s extremely hard to sell and you can even find listings on ebay for $1.
We accept vacant land of any kind.
Simply contact us, we will review your property and go from there.
It only takes 2 minutes.
We accept almost all types of land donation, so long as they pass our expert evaluation. We work with residential and commercial land types.
Not in the least! We will accept properties from anyone who wants to donate regardless if it is inherited, an investment, a gift, or simply something you want to get rid of.
Once you donate your land, all these responsibilities immediately get transferred from your name so you can go on living without any of this over your head.
A donation of any type of land brings with it a host of long-lasting tax credits and deductions.
Once you’ve made the donation, you will receive a receipt from the charity to include in your tax returns for the year. If your property is over $5000, you will also need to include a formal appraisal.
After filling out our snapshot form, our team of expert appraisers will perform a physical review of your house and let you know how much it is worth.
Not at all, and for that matter, it is much more efficient and easy than selling. After sending in your property’s snapshot form and having it accepted after a thorough review from our team of experts, you can close your property donation in as little as 3 weeks!
Contact us and our team of experts will run a thorough review to let you know if you are indeed eligible.
“Why in the world would anyone donate their property?” This is the first thing that popped into my mind when I heard about real estate being donated by middle-class working Americans.