Land for Sale in Mississippi

Here at Mississippi Landsource, you will find the most extensive collection of hunting land, farmland and rural real estate property for sale in Mississippi on the web.

Find whatever you may be looking for... from farms, ranches and home lots, to that beautiful piece of waterfront recreational property. Our quick search below will help you find agriculture, farming, ranching, timberland or investment land for sale in your desired Mississippi County

  
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Featured Properties
land for Sale in Jayess MS
Land for Sale in
Jayess Mississippi
$ 375,000.00

IMMACULATE! 40 acres with a gorgeous 2800sf 3 or 4 bedroom, 3 bath ranch home with lots of board fencing in pristine neighborhood in SW Lawrence county. 5 stable horsebarn with tack room, another large barn/shop/equipment building, 2 ponds. About 20 ...
land for Sale in Summit MS
Land for Sale in
Summit Mississippi
$ 187,920.00

land for Sale in Tylertown MS
Land for Sale in
Tylertown Mississippi
$ 299,999.00

land for Sale in Sandy Hook MS
Land for Sale in
Sandy Hook Mississippi
$ 169,500.00

land for Sale in Kokomo MS
Land for Sale in
Kokomo Mississippi
$ 465,000.00

land for Sale in Tylertown MS
Land for Sale in
Tylertown Mississippi
$ 179,000.00

land for Sale in Tylertown MS
Land for Sale in
Tylertown Mississippi
$ 250,000.00

land for Sale in Monticello MS
Land for Sale in
Monticello Mississippi
$ 500,000.00

land for Sale in Foxworth MS
Land for Sale in
Foxworth Mississippi
$ 199,500.00

What do you need to build your dream home?

Land.

That's what.

Well, in the great state of Mississippi, you have access to plenty of that. And much of the land you'll find is absolutely beautiful.

Needless to say, a physical asset is a great investment. If you're interested in land for sale in Mississippi, know this is the time to buy. Whether you're looking in McComb, MS or Pike County, Mississippi, you have ample options. Land in Mississippi abounds, and you would be a fool not to purchase some.

Land Values Are Rising

You wouldn't buy a property if it were to decline invalue, would you? Return on investment is a key consideration. Well, the average price of real estate in Mississippi has risen by 3.5 percent over the past year.That's a solid pace. Real estate experts predict this trend will continue. So,if you're looking in Brookhaven, Woodville or anywhere else, you're bound tobuild your personal wealth by buying land for sale in Mississippi. Plus, you'll be a landowner. That means the chance to smoke cigars and play croquet -- andconstantly remind folks that you are a landowner.

Land Is Abundant

No matter what site you visit, you'll find that land in the state is quite abundant. This is Mississippi -- an American state that is more important than a spelling bee question. After all, cotton, corn and timberlandare main drivers of the economy in Mississippi. And there's lots of that here. A simple Google search will show you that land is just waiting for buyers here. Regardless of the reason you wish to buy land, Mississippi has what you need. If you don't like warm weather, you may want to look else where. But who doesn't like warm weather?

You Have Options When You Buy Mississippi Land

When you buy land anywhere, you have to worry about the access you'll have to water and other services. It's simply something that cannot be taken for granted. With most Mississippi land, even unimproved pastureland, you will be able to connect to local sewer systems or a city water supply. Unless you are just awesome, you will have to get people to help. Note: For fresh water at your home, you may have to drill a well. If you have to install a septic system for a rural home, be sure to look at local laws. There are certainly regulations regarding what type of septic system you can use. Beaware of these.

Living It Up in Mississippi

The population of the world is consistently rising. From America to India, the number of people is increasing. It's fun, because there are more folks to hang out with. But by some estimates, the population of the world will reach 9.7 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100. That's honestly a lot of people. Where will they all go? Well, if you don't buy land, others will. Clearly, the world is getting smaller and resources are scarce. You need to grab on to what you can right now. Mississippi is a laid-back place with ample Mississippi land for sale. If you buy some now, you and future generations will be set not just for today, but for tomorrow too.

This Land Is Your Land