Have Some Questions?

Are you curious how land banking works and if you’re a good fit to use it as an investment strategy?

Here are a bunch of questions that we get asked all the time… and their answers to some extent. Many of these questions, or the other questions people typically ask us about land banking, need more of an in-depth answer however… This quick 4 min video gives you a simple overview.

We’ve put together a 1-hour webinar that’s been previously recorded where you can learn everything you need to know about what land banking is, how land banking works, where to find properties, what size of an investment is required and so much more. You’ll know if it’s a good strategy or not I’m sure for your investment goals once you watch it. And it’s free!

Then, if after you watch it, you would like to discuss how to move forward or you want to learn more about our investment community of other savvy entrepreneurs, then we’d be glad to schedule a private one-on-one call with you. And here are some additional questions we often get asked…

May I use cash-on-hand to invest in land? What are other ways to make a land purchase?

You may purchase with cash, an old 401K, IRA, or 1031 exchange.

May I buy land using funds from my IRA?

Yes, you’ll just need to roll your money over into a self-directed IRA.

Do I need to be an actualized citizen to buy land?

No, this is a global opportunity. You can invest from anywhere in the world.

Is there a minimum investment?

For the average American, this type of investment is quite affordable. Your investment depends on the land, the location, etc. Please contact us directly to discuss minimum investment amounts as they may change.

I need an investment that is virtually maintenance-free. Does investing in land provide a worry and stress-free lifestyle?

Yes. Investing in land is safe, secure and is low maintenance. It never calls you on the phone with complaints, and does not fall prey to tenants, toilets, termites and other trouble. It is one of the easiest and most stress-free investments out there.

Is this a good way to pay for my child’s college tuition?

This is a great way to save for college. With the soaring rates for student loans, investing in land will help hedge these costs.

How do I know if this is the right investment for me?

If you are seeking to diversify your portfolio, are looking to retire, leave a legacy, are concerned about not having enough money to live on in retirement, or just want to be an investor, this specific approach in building wealth is worth checking out.

How do I learn more?

Marcella conducts speaking engagements, hosts regular webinars – which can be viewed globally, and meets one-on-one with potential investors who live in the San Francisco Bay Area. These presentations, which are very educational, give potential investors the necessary information that they need to determine if this is the right investment vehicle for them. We encourage you to register for a webinar or contact Marcella directly to get started!

I own land and want to sell it. Can you help me with my transaction?

Unfortunately, no, we cannot help. We specialize in extremely specific areas and all land that we are involved with goes through a strict due diligence. Our expertise does not include land brokering.

Hear What They're Saying:

What experience did you have with your first investment?

“Marcella explains land banking in a very clear and straightforward manner, and the investments are carefully vetted. Investors can see the value of their property increasing within a short timeframe.”

What experience did you have working with Marcella?

“She is knowledgeable, experienced and honest. Their investments are thoroughly researched.”

What was the best selling point for you to invest in land?

“Marcella’s clients have seen incredible returns, and increasing values on their land investment in California. The company she works with does all the research to find land in high-growth areas with tremendous growth potential, and the threshold to invest is relatively low and affordable for the average person.”