if i mortgage a piece of land…a couple years later when we decide to build do we just roll the mortgage for?

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the land and house into one? how does that work?
ok so unless people have cash…you dont really finance land? just curious its too much for a personal loan so Im just confused how people go about purchasing land thats about 80K
actually im not a teenager, im 28 yrs old with 2 children. i just dont know many people who buy land first so i was unsure of how to go about it. when i purchased my first home it was a house on land. dealing with land is different HENCE why im asking everyone. 80K is alot to some of us single parents..do not be so rude in answering.

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    Caveat Emptor
    February 2, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    It’s pretty hard to “mortgage land” with no improvements on it. If and when you build, you’ll need a construction loan – which is then converted into a mortgage loan when the house is completed.

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    February 2, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    You aren’t going to able to mortgage land, very few people qualify to do so, and none for land that cheap. Mortgages for land start in the millions.

    I am not sure why you are confused, people can either pay by check or wire transfer. You must be a teenager if you think 80k is a lot of money, it isn’t.

    Once you buy the land for cash you need to have 25% down payment on a construction loan for building. Which sounds out of your league.

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