In this segment of the YouTube video titled “Finance for house and land packages,” Zane from Zep Finance dispels a common misconception surrounding house and land packages. Contrary to popular belief, Zane explains that these packages typically comprise two distinct contracts, shedding light on the intricacies of this often misunderstood process.
Zane clarifies that developers collaborate with builders to craft house designs tailored to the land they are selling. As a result, homebuyers engage in a two-step process: signing a land contract and subsequently working with a separate builder for the construction of the house.
The onus is then on the homebuyer to identify their preferred builder, make selections for house specifications, obtain quotes, and apply for a house and land loan.
Importantly, Zane notes that the settling of the land contract and the construction loan might not occur simultaneously, adding a layer of complexity to the process. Acknowledging that such house and land packages are not standardized, Zane encourages homebuyers to delve deeper into the intricacies of this approach. He directs them to explore additional resources and information available on Zep Finance’s website, underlining the importance of being well-informed to navigate the nuances of financing these unique real estate arrangements.