Find Your Land
Blu wants to help guide you in your search for the perfect home site. We can help you in a variety of ways:
- Developer Partners – a great option for a streamlined sales process is to purchase a Blu home in conjunction with a site with one of our developer partners. They are committed to Blu’s vision of thoughtful design that respects and showcases the surrounding land.
Check out some of our recent development projects here!
- Land Search Program – Blu offers a unique program to find land that meets all your criteria. Schedule an initial consultation with your sales associate to give the details on what you want in a perfect homesite and our land search team will send you back the best options available taking into consideration which Blu home you want to build, your local area and of course, your budget.
- Real estate professionals — Blu does not represent our clients in land transactions, but we are happy to connect you to a real estate partner who is knowledgeable about the Blu precision-building process.
Blu is with you all the way! From browsing the land search websites listed below to answering any questions you have about factors that affect site costs to a site visit to check for delivery or buildability issues, Blu staff is ready to help.
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In the section below, you can browse through local and national online land listings. The links for each area are pre-filtered for lots that are over 0.25 acres; fitting Blu homes on lots smaller than this is difficult. You can adjust the budget filters to match your land price range. Happy Hunting!
Choosing the right home site or teardown
Our Blu home prices include a site visit and delivery assessment. We can help you assess if a site will be suitable and help you anticipate any delivery issues a given site may face. Various site characteristics—soil type and slope, for example—can affect your final site costs.
Many Blu clients opt to purchase a site with a home to be torn down. In areas that are more built out, vacant land in good neighborhoods can sometimes be difficult to find. One great option is to purchase an existing home on a desirable lot that can be torn down. These types of lots will have the hookup for utilities already in place and usually require less hardscaping and land remediation than raw land, facts that help offset the cost of demolition.
For more information, read our flyer about finding land.