Are you planning to buy a landlocked property? There are several things you must know, especially if you’re a first-time landowner. However, before we dive into the matter, let’s find out what a landlocked property refers to… It is a piece of land that does not have public access to it.
This means that you have to use someone else’s property (your future neighbor) to access your own. If you find yourself in such a tricky situation, luckily for you, there are certain methods for obtaining legal access to your landlocked property.
P.S.: Real estate agents disagree with the acquisition of landlocked properties, but if you don’t have any other choice, at least be prepared for what might happen! Read on!