Questions to Ask a Land Broker Before Hiring Them

Questions to Ask a Land Broker Before Hiring Them to Sell Your California Land

  1. How many years has your firm been in business?
  2. How do you advertise your land listings?
  3. What is your valuation process?
  4. Does your firm solicit international buyers?
  5. Who writes the articles on your website?
  6. Have you represented buyers and sellers of land located in my geographic area?
  7. Have you ever owned land as an investor?
  8. Do you have any experience as a developer?
  9. Do you have any experience with construction?
  10. Are you willing to joint venture the acquisition of land?


Our Answers -

  1. Our firm was founded in 1987. We have been representing buyers and sellers of large and small parcels of land and individual lots for more than 35 years.
  2. Depending on the type of land, including the zoning, configuration, and frontage, we will contact land developers, home builders, land bankers, franchise companies looking for sites, chain stores, investors and other land brokers, providing them with all relevant information. We will also place listings into the Multiple Listing Service and place an attractive sign on the property. Our firm, established in 1987, has an extensive database of prospective buyers.
  3. Our valuation process involves researching comparable sales data. For some types of land, the land residual approach to value may be used.
  4. Our firm has a Director of Marketing-China and a Director of Marketing-Taiwan. Both speak fluent English and Chinese. Our company is active in several organizations that attract buyers from around the globe.
  5. The founder of our firm, Michael Chulak has written all of the articles found on this website. We don't buy articles written by outsiders.
  6. has represented buyers and sellers in all ten counties of Southern California.
  7. The president of our company, Michael Chulak has invested in California land and is available to joint venture the purchase of additional parcels with suitable partners.
  8. Michael Chulak has acquired several lots and parcels of land for himself, private investors, and a large institutional investor, for the purpose of developing multi- family residential properties.
  9. As a general contractor, Michael Chulak along with a partner, constructed several multi- family properties for partnerships he formed and a large institutional investor.
  10. Our firm and its principals are open to participating in joint venture land acquisitions for development or long-term land banking.





"I would never under any circumstances, ever buy a property on a land contract.
Land contracts ....... are dangerous for the buyer and just plain stupid."
Dave Ramsey


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