- What do we call land in subdivision?
- The advantages of buying in subdivision
- Constraints and obligations of buying land in subdivision
A purchaser wishing to buy land for the construction of his real estate project will have the choice between two solutions: the land in subdivision and the isolated land, said diffuse. Focus on the land subdivision, its guarantees and constraints.
Land in subdivision
What do we call land in subdivision?
Subdivision is a large plot divided into several parcels, each reserved for the future construction of buildings to create a new neighborhood. These parcels of land can be sold built or bare. The subdivision lands, named here, are those parcels of land sold bare.
Buying a lot in a subdivision is an extremely controlled and regulated offering both advantages and constraints for the future buyer.
The advantages of buying in subdivision
The fact that the subdivision purchase is regulated can be perceived as a disadvantage, offering less freedom of construction, for example, than isolated land. However, this framed purchase offers at the same time many guarantees.
- The sale of land in subdivision is in the majority of cases supervised by a professional who works directly with the municipality concerned, namely the developer-developer. This professional works at the same time with a specialized team. So you do not just buy a lot but you buy some kind of a complete architectural project.
- The fact that the land is available on a subdivision guarantees that it is buildable, demarcated and serviced. Serviced means that it has all the connections to the drinking water, electricity and telephone networks.
The land subdivision is a kind of land ready to build.
Constraints and obligations of buying land in subdivision
However, the purchase of land subdivision, it is also constraints and obligations. Buying land in subdivision means building a house or building that perfectly meets the urban planning rules of the municipality concerned. For the construction of your real estate project, you must respect:
- architectural rules concerning the shape of the house, the roof, the materials to be used, the colors and paints, etc.
- land development rules concerning the gate or the fence, the plantations, the trees, the hedges, the maintenance of the service roads of the houses, etc.