The requirements for listing land for sale in Oregon include price, acreage, location, date and seller type to allow a listing site to classify the property in the appropriate category so buyers can refine their searches. A description of the property and the seller’s contact details also factor in the listing. Listing sites such as Trulia and Redfin assign MLS or source IDs so prospective buyers can find properties quickly, while photos are essential in helping buyers assess a property.
A listing should include a brief description or details of the property to inform prospective buyers about the suitability of the offer based on available amenities and features that stand out, while pricing information on either Trulia or Redfin allows buyers to focus on properties within their budgets. The name and contact details of the owner or listing agent, including his agency name, help prospective buyers find more information about the property or schedule a visit to verify the features listed. Lot information required on Redfin include the dimensions, size, zoning type and tax ID, according to Redfin.
The location of the property helps Trulia assign information such as the crime rate in the area, maximum commute time from a defined locale, list of local business within the lot’s proximixy, school data and a list of community amenities. Buyers can view the property on the map of the area and focus on a neighborhood of interest and search for a property by address, city or ZIP code assigned to a property on Redfin.