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Sell Land Fast In California
If you have ever tried selling rural, vacant land in the state of California you know just how hard it can be to find a buyer. This is especially true when seeking market value for your property. In fact, the average amount of time it takes to sell land in California is 235 days! Also, if your land is rural, the number is going to be much higher - think 1-2 years.
At Land Boss, we offer people the option to liquidate their property for quick cash. This means that if you're willing to sell your property at liquidation prices, we will make it the easiest real estate transaction of your life!
We take care of:
- Back taxes (within reason)
- Joint Tenant title issues
- Title issues
- Usability issues
However, you may not benefit from selling your California land to us for cash if the following applies to you:
1. You will not take less than full market value.
2. You are willing to spend hours of time marketing your property through Zillow, FB, Craigslist, MLS, etc.
3. You are wiling to wait a very long time for the right buyer.
4. You feel comfortable creating your own paperwork.
If that sounds like you, no problem. The rest of this page gives an overview of the California land market and how to sell for cash. We analyze every county and rate how easy or difficult it will be to sell your land fast and for cash. We then give tips based on the local market on how to sell the property yourself.
Before we get into the nitty gritty..... you are free to submit your property details in the form here for a cash offer from us. We could buy your property within just two business days.
Sell Land Fast in Alameda County, CA
Alameda County is a large highly-populated county with nearly two million residents. It also spans across one thousand square miles of land. You would think that there would be LOTS lots of small land properties with stats like those, but the truth is that there are only 10,488 parcels in private ownership in Alameda County this are according to Data Tree.
So... how about the market? Well, it has a sold/-for-sale ratio of .81 which means that the market is healthy is a healthy score for the market. However, the days on market for undeveloped, raw land hovers around 250 days. That means that it will take you almost a year to sell your land if you plan at selling at near market value. With these numbers, we recommend using an aggressive marketing approach to sell quickly, OR sell at a discount of 30-50% if you want to sell for cash within 90- –days, or offer owner financing if you aren’t looking to get cash quickly for cash.
Cities and towns in Alameda County include: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, Union City, Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Fairview, San Lorenzo, and Sunol.
Sell Land Fast in Alpine County, CA
This county has a VERY small population hovering just above 1,000 residents and has over 700 square miles of land. In other words,While there is lots of land and space to spread out, but very few people in this county. What’s even more interesting is that there are only 961 parcels available to the public to own, which may explain why few people move live here. With incredible attractions like Calaveras Big Trees State Park, it’s no wonder so few parcels are privately-owned.
With that said, there are more properties sold than there are for sale. On its face, that would make it appear to be a hot real estate market but the days on market data says otherwise.
The average amount of time to sell undeveloped vacant land in this county is a whopping 290 days. Ouch!
That means that if you want to sell your land fast in Alpine County, CA – especially for cash – you will need to significantly discount your lot, aggressively advertise, offer flexible owner financing, or all the above.
Cities and towns in this county include: Markleeville, Bear Valley, Mesa Vista, Kirkwood, and Alpine Village.
Sell Land Fast in Amador County, CA
Amador County has just over 600 square miles of land and a population of more than 40,000. Although it’s slightly smaller than Alpine, it has nearly seven times more privately owned parcels at 6,553. This is likely due to less State and Federally owned land in the county.
As for the market, there are about as many properties for sale as there are properties sold. The days on market is better than the prior two counties discussed at 171 days. Still, that’s a long time if you need cash now, right??
We recommend using a more aggressive sales method as described above to sell your property more quickly! Or you can submit to us for cash offer. As you already know, we buy California land!
Cities and towns in this county include: Jackson, Ione, Sutter Creek, Plymouth, Amador City, Pine Grove, Pioneer, Fiddletown, River Pines, Volcano, Drytown, Martell, New Chicago, Camanche North Shore, Camanche Village, Bonefoy, Clinton, Buckhorn, and Buena Vista. Whew, that was a lot!
Sell Land Fast in Butte County, CA
Butte, not pronounced like “butt” (in case you were wondering), has over 1,600 square miles of raw land and over 200,000 people live there. Given the size of the county, this is still a significantly rural area with plenty of land to sell.
The number of privately owned pieces of land in this county is literally 14,999… just one subdivide away from satisfying someone with OCD.
There are about half as many properties that have sold compared to what are listed for sale. Days of market is still disappointedly long at nearly 190 days!
Cities and towns in this county include: Chico, Butte Valley, Oroville, Paradise, Gridley, Magalia, Biggs, Berry Creek, Forest Ranch, Concow, Durham, Stirling City, Richvale, Forbestown, Butte Meadows, Bangor, Thermalito, Palemo, Clipper Mills, Butte Creek Canyon, Cohasset, South Oroville, Oroville East, Robinson Mills, Honcut, Nord, and Cherokee.
Sell Land Fast in Calaveras County, CA
A few of the counties we discussed earlier used to be part of Calaveras County! So, this county was a monster just over a hundred years ago. It currently consists of over 1,000 square miles of land with a population of 46,000.
The market is not hot, with an average days on market of 176. Again, a long time to sell and get your money. We recommend aggressive selling strategies to quickly sell your land in this area.
Cities and towns in this county include: Angels Camp, San Andreas, Murphys, Arnold, Valley Springs, Copperopolis, Mokelumne Hill, West Point, Mountain Ranch, Dorrington, Vallecito, Rail Road Flat, Avery, Rancho Calaveras, Wallace, Sandy Gultch, Camp Pardee, and Forest Meadows.
Sell Land Fast in Colusa County, CA
This county has a lot of territory at over 1,100 square miles of land and just 21,000 residents. Very rural!
It also has close to 7,200 privately owned pieces of raw, undeveloped land. Nice!
Let’s discuss the feasibility of selling your land fast in this county. The number of parcels for sale versus already sold are about equal with a ratio of .79. Not bad!
The average days on market are an impressive 113 days. This means that you can expect to sell your land in just over three months, not bad! If you aren’t in need of cash fast, then it would be best to list on website like Zillow, FB Marketplace, and craigslist. It may take a little longer to sell if you are not willing to discount 10-20% (sold price is almost always lower than listed price) or offer owner financing.
Overall, this is a good market for land sellers.
Cities and towns in this county include: Colusa, Maxwell, Williams, Lodoga, Delevan, Grimes, Arbuckle, Princeton, College City, and Stonyford.
Sell Land Fast in Contra Costa County, CA
Contra Costa County has over 700 square miles of land and a significant population of over 1,161,413. There are also 10,542 privately owned vacant land parcels according to Data Tree (or Core Logic).
With such a high population you would expect a much quicker time to sell land but the days on market are actually about 175! We’re talking six months to get money for your property.
We recommend spending significant time listing and posting ads if you want to get your land sold under six months in this area.
Cities and towns in this county: Martinez, Concord, Walnut Creek, Richmond, Antioch, Brentwood, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Sam Ramon, San Pablo, Danville, Oakley, Lafayette, El Cerrito, Orinda, Pinole, Moraga, Hercules, El Sobrante, Bay Point, Alamo, Clayton, Discovery Bay, Crockett, Rodeo, Contra Costa Centre, Byron, Knightsen, North Richmond, Diablo, Paecheco, Bethel Island, Blackhawk, Port Costa, Kensington, East Richmond Heights, Alhambra Valley, Tara Hills, Bayview-Montalvin, Vine Hill, Clyde, and Rollingwood. My goodness this county is chock full of towns!
Sell Land Fast in Del Norte County, CA
Del Norte used to be part of Klamath (oddly, now Klamath is part Del Norte) and is over 1,000 square miles with just 28,000 people living there.
With how many square miles of land there are, it is surprising that there are only 4,235 parcels.
Given how rural the area is, it is no surprise that there are three times more properties for sale on average than are sold. This would explain the LONG time to sell at close to 218 days.
Cities and towns in this county: Cresent City, Fort Dick (not what you think…), Smith River, Hiouchi, Gasquet, Bertsch-Oceanview, Klamath.
Sell Land Fast in El Dorado County, CA
I grew up and live in this county! It has close to 200,000 residents and a lot of land at over 1,700 square miles.
While the market has been very hot here for some time, landowners have greatly inflated their asking price for their land due to the great amount of interest coming from the Bay Area. This is the best explanation I have for the average days on market being 163.
If you price your property 20-30% less than similar lots, you should sell your property VERY fast. Unfortunately, like I said, people are listing their property WAY too high and end up stuck on market for a long time trying to find a buyer.
Cities and towns in this county include: Placerville (I grew up in this city), Cameron Park, South Lake Tahoe, Shingle Springs, Diamond Springs, Pollock Pines, Georgetown, Camino, Somerset, Coloma, Grizzly Flats, Kyburz, Rescue, Pilot Hill, Fair Play, Garden Valley, Mount Aukum, Twin Bridges, Echo Lake, Cool, Camp Richardson, Sly Park, Volcanoville, Tahoma, Meeks Bay, Auburn Lake Trails, Omo Ranch, Five Mile Terrace, Quintette, Balderson Station, Outingdale, White Hall, Frenchtown, Latrobe, Fresh Pond, Fallen Leaf, Philips, Kelsey, Cold Springs, Clarksville, Cedar Grove, Sierra Springs, Gold Hill, Kingsville, and Pleasant Valley.
Sell Land Fast in Fresno County, CA
Fresno County is very large with almost 6,000 square miles of land and just over 1,000,000 for its’ population.
The market is “meh” with a days on market averaging 178 days for undeveloped vacant land. In more highly populated counties in California, the issue with higher days on market, despite plenty of potential buyers, is likely due to people overpricing their properties.
If you want to sell FAST and for CASH in this county, you should seriously discount the price compared to other lots for sale OR get very aggressive with your marketing strategy.
Cities and towns in this county include: Fresno (of course!), Clovis, Sanger, Selma, Reedley, Kerman, Kingsburg, Coalinga, Squaw Valley, Fowler, Firebaugh, Parlier, Mendota, Shaver Lake (only the clean shaven can swim here… just kidding), Auberry, Calwa, San Joaquin, Caruthers, Orange Cove, Friant, Huron, Del Rey, Centerville (they think the whole state revolves around them, hence the name), Riverdale, Easton, Big Creek, Laton, Tranquillity (land here is chill), Raisin City, Cantua Creek, Three Rocks, Lanare, Minkler, West Park, Mayfair, and Malaga.
Sell Land Fast in Glenn County, CA
Glenn is a moderate size county at 1,300 square miles but with a smaller population of 29,000.
Here’s the thing. This county has a very, very slow market for selling land. Arguably, the hardest county to sell land in California. Why do I say this? Because the overate days of market to sell is a whopping 645 days. DANG!
With over 7,000 privately owned parcels, there is a decent amount of property but if you are looking to sell here, be prepared to wait for about two years to get your money.
Aim for 50% or more below “market value” if you want to sell within six months.
Cities and towns in this county include: Willows, Hamilton City, Orland, Artois, and Elk Creek.
Sell Land Fast in Humboldt County, CA
This county is fairly large at over 4,000 square miles. It has a population of 135,000.
Private ownership of land approaches 20,000 parcels of land.
If you want to sell your land here you can expect to wait about 200 days before finding a buyer.
Cities and towns in this county: Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna, McKinleyville, Ferndale, Garberville, Trinidad, Rio Dell, Willow Creek, Blue Lake, Alderpoint, Shelter Cove, Loleta, Samoa, Redway, Scotia, Orick, Weott, Cutten, Myers Flat, Fields Landing, Miranda, Humboldt Hill, Redcrest, Big Lagoon, Hydesville, Manila, Phillipsville, Benbow, Bayview, Myrtletown, Westhave-Moonstone, Ettersburg, Indianola, and Ridgewood.
Sell Land Fast in Imperial County, CA
Imperial County has 181,000 residents and nearly 4,500 square miles of land.
While there are over three times more properties for sale than there are sold, the days on market hover around 180. I would have expected it to be higher but, again, much of days on market deals with the price psychology of the sellers – not just how attractive a market is to buyers.
To sell in under 90-days, you will need to be about 50% less than similar listing or offer attractive seller financing. This is particularly true if you are selling properties near the Salton Sea.
Cities in this county: Imperial, El Centro, Brawley, Calexico, Holtville, Calipatria, Heber, Westmorland, Niland, Winterhaven, Bombay Beach, Salton City, Ocotillo, Seeley, Palo Verde, Desert Shores, and Salton Sea Beach.
Sell Land Fast in Inyo County, CA
Inyo County is large at over 10,000 square miles but only has about 19,000 people living here. It is extremely rural.
Despite being so massive, there are only 5,089 privately owned lots of land indicating significant amounts of government owned land.
Due to lack of economic activity and general growth, selling land here is more challenging. Average days to sell land in this county is about 258 days.
This is another area you will need to offer significant discounts to potential buyers if you want to sell quickly.
Cities and towns in this county: Bishop, Independence, Lone Pine, Big Pine, Furnace Creek, Olancha, Tecopa, Keeler, Shoshone, Cartago, Darwin, Charleston View, Pearsonville, Haiwee, Valley Wells, West Bishop, Homewood Canyon, Dixon Lane-Meadow Creek, Mesa, Round Valley, Wilkerson, and Dunmovin.
Sell Land Fast in Kern County, CA
Kern County has over 8,000 square miles of land and nearly one million residents. Land ownership in this county is fairly high with over 142,000 properties privately owned.
Due to the lack of economic activity and abundant land available for sale, it normally takes close to 270 days on average to sell.
You will need to aggressively market your lot and offer significant cash discounts. Or… be prepared to wait a long time for the right buyer.
Cities and towns in this county: Bakersfield, Tehachapi, Delano, Ridgecrest, Lake Isabella, Shafter, Wasco, Taft, California City, Mojave, Kernville, Rosamond, Arvin, Lamont, Frazier Park, Boron, Oildale, McFarland, Wofford Heights, Lost Hills, Maricopa, Lebec, Bodfish, Buttonwillow, Weldon, Inyokern, Pine Mountain Club, McKittrick, Randsburg, Bear Valley Springs, Stallion Springs, Weedpatch, Squirrel Mountain Valley, Tupman, Mountain Mesa, Dustin Acres, North Edwards, Derby Acres, China Lake Acres, Fuller Acres, Golden Hills, Taft Heights, Onyx, South Taft, Edmundson Acres, Fellows, Lakes of the woods, Johannesburg, Ford City, Valley Acres, and Mettler.
Sell land Fast in Kings County, CA
Kings County has 1,392 square miles of land and about 153,000 people living here. There are almost 16,000 privately owned parcels of land.
About twice as many properties are listed for sale versus sold. Days to sell in this county reach almost 200! That’s a long time.
Cities and towns in this county: Hanford, Lemoore, Corcoran, Avenal, Armona, Kettleman City, Stratford, Grangeville, Lemoore Station, Hardwick, and Home Garden.
Sell Land Fast in Lake County, CA
Lake County has 1,368 square miles of land and a population of less than 70,000. It is very rural and boasts significant land ownership with nearly 30,000 privately owned undeveloped parcels.
The market has more than twice as many lots for sale than there are sold and the economy is small. Therefore, it is no surprise that the average days of market is 257!
Cities and towns in this county: Lakeport, Clearlake, Kelseyville, Middletown, Lower Lake, Upper Lake, Clearlake Oaks, Hidden Valley Lake, Lucerne, Nice, Cobb, Clear Lake Riviera, Soda Bay, North Lakeport, and Spring Valley.
Sell Land Fast in Lassen County, CA
Lassen County has a good amount of land at over 4,700 square miles. It also has a very small population for its' size at just 33,000 people.
There are 11,299 parcels privately owned in this county with an average days on market of 260. That's over six months on average to sell land!
To sell land fast, less than 90-days, you will need to spend significant time advertising the property on various platforms and offer significant discounts.
Cities and towns: Susanville, Westwood, Janesville, Herlong, Bieber, Doyle, Nubieber, Madeline, Little Valley, Clear Creek, Litchfield, Milford, Stones Landing, and Patton Village.
Sell Land Fast in Los Angeles County, CA
This is a BIG county. Not in size - the county is just as large as Lassen County. But in the size of it's' population and economy. The population is a whopping 9.82 million people with wildly various terrains.
You can go from the massively populated city areas to extremely rural desert land. The variety of options is wide.
With that said, you would think that the time to sell in this county would be lightening fast - but it is not. The average days on market is 237 days for raw land in this county.
Personally, I've had a handful of properties that took over a year to sell here and that was with them being listed at least 50% under market.
Now, if you are selling an infill lot in central LA you will probably sell rapidly. But most of the land in this county is very rural.
There are over 161,000 privately owned lots of land making the market somewhat saturated with properties for sale. Another reason for why it takes so long to sell in this county.
As usual, be aggressive with marketing the property and be prepared to lower your price in order to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Long Beach, Pasadena, Malibu, La Mirada, Compton, Glendale, Burbank, Inglewood, Calabasas, Torrance, West Hollywood, East Los Angeles, Whittier, Culver City, Lancaster, Santa Clarita, Downey, Pomona, Palmdale, Alhambra, Norwalk, Monterey Park, Manhattan Beach, Marina Del Rey, Hawthorne, Redondo Beach, Carson, Arcadia, San Gabriel, La Puente, El Monte, West Covina, Cerritos, Montebello, Gardena, El Segundo, La Verne, Huntington Park, South Gate, Commerce, La Canada Flintridge, Rancho Palos Verdes, Hidden Hills, Claremont, Covina, Santa Fe Springs, Lakewood, and Lynwood.
Sell Land Fast in Madera County, CA
Madera county is over 2,000 square miles of land and has over 156,000 people living there.
There are almost 16,000 pieces of land privately owned in this county.
Unfortunately, it takes an average of 234 days to sell vacant land lots in Madera County.
We recommend offering attractive seller financing options and significant cash discounts to potential buyers in order to sell fast.
Cities and towns: Madera, Chowchilla, Oakhurst, Coarsegold, North Fork, Bonadelle Ranchos-Madera Ranchos, Rolling Hills, Fairmead, Bass Lake, Ahwahnee, Madera Acres, Yosemite Lakes, La Vina, Parkwood, Nipinnawasee, Parksdale.
Sell Land Fast in Marin County, CA
Marin County is less than 1,000 square miles of land and has just over 260,000 residents.
5,562 vacant land lots are owned in this county with an average time to sell at 193 days.
If your lot is more rural we recommend lowering the price compared to other similar properties if you want to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: San Rafael, Novato, Mill Valley, Suasallito, Larkspur, Corte Madera, San Anselmo, Fairfax, Marin City, Kentfield, Stinson Beach, Ross, Bolinas, Muir Beach, Point Reyes Station, Inverness, Nicasio, San Geronimo, Tomales, Lagunitas-Forest Knolls, Lucas Valley-Marinwood, Woodacre, Dillon Beach, Strawberry, Marshall, Santa Venetia, Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, Black Point-Green Point, and Woodville.
Sell Land Fast in Mariposa County, CA
Mariposa County has a small population at just 17,000 and just over 1,400 square miles of land.
There are 4,785 vacant owned land parcels according to Data Tree.
Average time to sell land in Mariposa County is a bit higher than most at 255 days.
Seller financing, discounts on listing price, and agrgessive marketing will help you sell faster than the average days on market listed above.
Cities and towns: Mariposa, Yosemite Valley, Coulterville, Midpines, Wawona, Catheys Valley, Bootjack, El Portal, Fish Camp, Hornitos, Bear Valley, Mount Bullion, Yosemite West, Buck Meadows, and Lake Don Pedro.
Sell Land Fast in Mendocino County, CA
Mendocino County is almost 4,000 square miles of land and has 91,000 people who live there. It boasts almost 25,000 privately owned lots of land!
There are more than double the properties listed for sale as there are sold so the days on market are somewhat high. If you want to sell land in Mendocino County, it will take you about 180 days on average to find a buyer.
You can sell much faster if you lower your price below similar properties and/or offer attractive seller financing.
Cities and towns: Mendocino, Fort Bragg, Willits, Guatala, Point Arena, Hopland, Redwood Valley, Boonville, Laytonville, Little River, Potter River, Albion, Caspar, Covelo, Calpella, Comptche, Philo, Manchester, Westport, Leggett, Brooktrails, Talmage, Cleone, and Anchor Bay.
Sell Land Fast in Merced County, CA
Merced is just under 2,000 square miles of land and has a population of a quarter million people.
There are 16,675 lots that are owned in this county zoned as land.
Selling land in Merced County takes an average of 200 days.
To sell fast we recommend the usual: offer discounts, post on various platforms, and offer seller financing.
Cities and towns: Merced, Atwater, Los Banos, Livingston, Bear Creek, Witnon, Dos Palos, Planada, Hilmar, Gustine, Delhi, Le Grand, Stevinson, Snelling, Santa Nella, Ballico, Cressey, Irwin, El Nido, South Dos Palos, Dos Palos Y, Franklin, Tuttle, Calpack, and Volta.
Sell Land Fast in Modoc County, CA
Modoc County has a very small population at 8,600 and is 4,200 square miles. That's almost two square miles per person!
There are also far more privately owned parcels of land than people that live here at 23,234! This indicates that the area has more people land banking/investing in land than wanting to actually move onto the land or build.
There are about five times more properties listed than are sold making the market significantly saturated. It is no surprise to see that it takes an average of 200 days to sell land in Modoc County.
Since you will have many other listings to compete with, try making yours stand out. You can offer attractive financing options. Discover unique aspects of your property and place it in the listing. Most importantly, be prepared to lower your price if you want to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: Alturas, Cedarville, California Pines, Adin, Fort Bidwell, Canby, Eagleville, LIkely, Lookout, New Pine Creek, Newell, and Daphnedale Park.
Sell Land Fast in Mono County, CA
Mono County has a population of over 14,000 and 3,132 square miles of land.
There are only 3,026 privately owned parcels of land in the entire county! That's about one vacant lot per square mile.
Interestingly, there are just as many properties sold as there are listed for sale. This should result in a faster time to sell but it doesn't appear so. In Mono County it takes an average of 191 days to sell land.
One explanation for why it takes so long given so few listings is that simply less people try selling their property here and likewise demand higher prices than people are willing to pay.
Lowering your price below similar properties will get attention and help you sell faster. Also, listing your property on Facebook Marketplace in nearby cities will help as well.
Cities and towns: Bridgeport, Mammoth Lakes, Lee Vining, June Lake, Coleville, Benton, Walker, Mono City, Chalfant Valley, Swall Meadows, McGee Creek, Aspen Springs, and Sunny Slopes.
Sell Land Fast in Monterey County, CA
This county has about 500,000 people who live here and nearly 4,000 square miles of land.
What's really interesting is that with how close it is to the ocean, you would expect the market to be very hot for selling land but it isn't - at least with how long it takes to find a buyer.
Selling land in Monterey County takes an average of 274 days. Likely due to challenging regulations, high permit costs, and over inflated sense of how much the properties are worth.
The truth is that land could sell very fast in this county if someone listed on the correct platforms and offered a good deal.
Cities and towns: Monterey, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Salinas, Pacific Grove, Seaside, Marina, Carmel Valley, Soledad, King City, Moss Landing, Castroville, Greenfield, Sand City, Gonzales, Prunedale, Del Rey Oaks, Spreckels, Del Monte Forest, Chualar, Pajaro, San Ardo, Boronda, Las Lomas, Bradley, Elkhorn, San Lucas, Pine Canyon, and Lockwood.
Sell Land Fast in Napa County, CA
Napa County is small at just 789 square miles. Despite being smaller in size it has over 137,000 people living there.
Selling land in Napa County takes an average of 241 days despite how popular the county is around the world.
You are probably noticing by now that selling land takes a long time no matter what county you are in. This is something that most people do not understand: land is not as liquid as housing. Therefore, even in popular areas, finding a buyer takes months in almost every market.
This means that is you are in a time crunch and need cash, you will need to advertise your property at a significant discount in order to sell quickly.
Cities and towns: Napa, Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, American Canyon, Rutherford, Oakville, Angwin, Moskowite Corner, and Deer Park.
Sell Land Fast in Nevada County, CA
Nevada County has approximately 974 square miles of land and just over 100,000 people live here.
There are 11,828 privately owned parcels of land in Nevada County according to Data Tree.
Selling land in Nevada County takes an average of 168 days which is less than most counties in California.
To sell in half the time, consider cutting your list price by at least 30% compared to similar listing.
Cities and towns: Nevada City, Grass Valley, Truckee, Penn Valley, Rough and Ready (interesting...), Soda Springs, North San Juan, Lake Wildwood, Lake of the Pines, Alta Sierra, Washington, Floriston, Kingvale, Blue Tent, and Graniteville.
Sell Land in Orange County, CA
This county is 948 square miles and has 3.1 million people. If you have ever been to Disneyland, you have been to Orange County!
There are only 3,183 lots of land that are privately owned in Orange County which would make you think that the market would be highly competitive and thus have a smaller days on market.
Despite this, it takes an average of 227 days to sell land in Orange County.
But why? I don't think it's because of a lack of buyers. I think that it's because of overinflated prices from sellers. In other words, because this county is so attractive, sellers are pricing their land at exorbitant prices that turn off most buyers.
This means that if you are able to lower your listing by just 20 or 30 percent less than similar lots, you can likely get a cash buyer fast.
Cities and towns: Orange, Irvine, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, Mission Viejo, Fullerton, Tustin, Garden Grove, San Clemente, Buena Park, Dana Point, Lake Forest, Westminster, Brea, Fountain Valley, San Juan Capistrano, Laguna Niguel, Yorba Linda, Laguna Hills, Cypress, Rancho Santa Margarita, Aliso Viejo, Placentia, La Habra, Seal Beach, Los Alamitos, Coto de Caza, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Woods, Villa Park, Stanton, La Palma, North Tustin, Rancho Mission Viejo, Midway City, Rossmoor, and Las Flores.
Sell Land Fast in Placer County, CA
Placer County is 1,500 square miles with 412,000 residents. It is primarily made up of middle class working families with significant pockets of wealth.
There are 21,217 lots of land under ownership.
Average time to sell land in Placer County is 158 days which ranks better than most counties in California.
It would likely be much better if sellers were not pricing lots into the stratosphere. Typically when housing is on the upswing, land owners in this county (and other housing hotspots) raise prices faster than even the home sellers!
Price your property right and you will sell FAST here.
Cities and towns: Roseville, Auburn, Rocklin, Lincoln, Granite Bay, Loomis, Colfax, Foresthill, Meadow Vista, Newcastle, Olympic Valley, Penryn, Dutch Flat, North Auburn, Carnelian Bay, Kings Beach, Weimar, Emigrant Gap, Tahoe Vista, Sheridan, Alta, Cisco Grove, Yankee Jims, Dollar Point, Cisco, Eder, and Troy.
Sell Land Fast in Plumas County, CA
Plumas County has 2,613 square miles of land and just 20,000 residents. It is a very rural community with lots of open space.
Land ownership here is moderate at 10,272 lots privately owned.
Due to lack of real economic growth and interest in the county, the market is very slow for sellers. On average it takes 293 days to sell land in Plumas County.
You will need to offer attractive seller financing and potential price cuts if you want to find a buyer fast.
Cities and towns: Quincy, Portola, Graeagle, Chester, Greenville, Blairsden, Bucks Lake, Taylorsville, Bechwourth, Almanor, Keddie, Plumas Eureka, La Porte, Clio, Johnsville, Lake Davis, Belden, Crescent Mills, Canyondam, Meadow Valley, Cromberg, East Quincy, Lake Almanor West, Twain, Lake Almanor County Club, Lake Almanor Peninsula, Little Grass Valley, Prattville, Indian Falls, Prattville, Indian Falls, Storrie, Chilcoot-Vinton, Delleker, Mohawk Vista, Greenhorn, East Shore, Iron Horse, Valley Ranch, C-Road, Caribou, Warner Valley, Gold Mountain, Spring Garden, Hamilton Branch, Mabie, Whitehawk, Tobin, and Paxton.
Sell Land Fast in Riverside County, CA
Riverside County is fairly large with over 7,300 square miles of land and nearly 2.5 million people living here.
Land ownership is very abundant here with over 127,000 parcels under private ownership in Riverside County.
The average amount of time that it takes to sell land in Riverside County is 224 days. This will very significantly on where in the county you are selling. For example, I sold an infill lot within weeks of purchasing while more rural lots took me over a year to sell even while offering discounts and seller financing.
Cities and towns: Riverside, Moreno Valley, Corona, Temecula, Hemet, Palm Springs, Murrieta, Indio, Perris, Menifee, Jurupa Valley, Palm Desert, Lake Elsinore, Banning, Beaumont, Norco, San Jacinto, Eastvale, Desert Hot Springs, La Quinta, Coachella, Blythe, Cathedral City, Woodcrest, Wildomar, Rancho Mirage, Winchester, Idyllwild-Pine Cove, Canyon Lake, Lake Riverside, Indian Wells, Calimesa, Cabazon, Anza, French Valley, Thermal, Thosuand Palms, Mead Valley, Nuevo, Mountain Center, Aguanga, Cherry Valley, Desert Center, Mecca, Bermuda Dunes, Highgrove, Lake Matthews, Home Gardens, East Hemet, Indio Hills, and Sky Valley.
Sell Land Fast in Sacramento County, CA
Sacramento County is 994 square miles of land and has 1.6 million people living here. It is the capital of California and quickly becoming one of the most desired places to move to.
Land ownership is high at 14,300 parcels of land privately owned in this county.
Given how desirable it is to live here, the days on market is considerably lower than most counties. The average time it takes to sell land in Sacramento County is 162 days.
If you simply list your property 20% less than the competition you will sell FAST - assuming your property is usable and in a prime location.
Cities and towns: Sacramento, Elk Grove, Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Arden-Arcade, Citrus Heights, Carmichael, Fair Oaks, North Highlands, Gait, Florin, Antelope, Orangevale, Rio Linda, Rosemont, La Riviera, Isleton, Gold River, Wilton, Rancho Murieta, McClellan Park, Walnut Grove, Foothill Farms, Laguna, Vineyard, Herald, Courtland, Lemon Hill, Hood, Clay, and Franklin.
Sell Land Fast in San Benito County, CA
San Benito is 1,390 square miles and has just 67,000 residents.
There are 6,703 lots of land privately owned by individuals.
Interestingly, there are more than three times more properties for sale than have been sold.
That indicates that there are many more people trying to sell versus trying to buy.
The lack of a robust economy and high saturation of the sellers market explains why it takes an average of 274 days to sell land in San Benito County.
You will need to offer steep discounts in this county to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: Hollister, San Juan Bautista, Tres Pinos, and Ridgemark.
Sell Land Fast in San Bernardino County, CA
This county is very large at over 20,000 square miles of land and 2.2 million residents. Even though its' population is large, it is very rural throughout most of the county.
The amount of land ownership here is massive. There are over 212,000 privately owned parcels.
At the time of this writing, more than 12,000 pieces of land are listed for sale - more than most counties have in total ownership!
Due to such a high saturation of the market and the fact that most of this is desert land, the time to sell is high. In fact, the average amount of time to sell land in San Bernardino County is 230 days.
If your land is desert land, and you need cash fast, drop to 50% of similar listings. You can drop less (10-20%) if you are selling infill lots in the city and want a quick sale.
Random fact: Facebook marketplace is where I sold my first property in this county for just $3,000!
Cities and towns: San Bernardino, Fontana, Victorville, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Rialto, Crestline, Hesperia, Highland, Loma Linda, Big Bear Lake, Apple Valley, Upland, Barstow, Colton, Chino, Yucaipa, Chino Hills, Montclair, Muscoy, Joshua Tree, Lake Arrowhead, Twentynine Palms, Adelanto, Yucca Valley, Phelan, Bloomington, Needles, Grand Terrace, Lucerne Valley, Big Bear, Running Springs, Oak Glen, Mentone, Forest Falls, Wrightwood, Angelus Oaks, Lytle Creek, Newberry Springs, Helendale, Baker, Morongo Valley, Pioneertown, Pinon Hills, Amboy, Daggett, Searles Valley, Spring Valley Lake, Johnson Valley, Hinkley, and Oak Hills.
Sell Land Fast in San Diego County, CA
This county is over 4,200 square miles and has a large population of 3.3 million people.
Surprisingly (at least to me), this county has 42,094 privately owned vacant land parcels. I did not expect this much land ownership here!
There are almost an equal amount of land listed for sale and there is sold which indicates a strong market. However, it still takes an average of 200 days to sell land in San Diego County.
This is most likely not an issue with demand but rather the psychology of sellers being too "greedy". Basically, people are trying to take advantage of the hot market and take unreasonable profit for their property.
Price your lot reasonably and you should be able to sell very fast in this county.
Cities and towns: San Diego, Chula Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Coronado, Escondido, El Cajon, Del Mar, Encinitas, Poway, La Mesa, San Marcos, Vista, National City, Julian, Santee, Imperial Beach, Spring Valley, Lemon Grove, Fallbrook, Solana Beach, Lakeside, Rancho Santa Fe, Bonita, Alpine, Valley Center, Jamul, Mount Laguna, Camp Pendleton North, Rancho San Diego, Borrego Springs, Tecate, Bonsall, Campo, Casa de Oro-Mount Helix, Jacumba Hot Springs, Descanso, Pine Valley, Lake San Marcos, Fairbanks Ranch, Harbison Canyon, Camp Pendleton South, Bostonia, Winer Gardens, Boulevard, Potrero, Hidden Meadows, Crest, La Presa, Granite Hills, and Rainbow.
Sell Land Fast in San Francisco County, CA
San Francisco Count is only 231 square miles but has a population of 881,000.
There are 5,582 privately owned parcels of land in San Francisco.
The market is one of the hottest in the state with one of the lowest days on market for land.
On average it takes 134 days to sell land in San Francisco.
If you own desirable land without any build ability issues or zoning issues, you can expect to sell very fast in general. To sell even faster consider lowering the price by just 10-20% and make sure you list on as many platforms like Zillow and FB Marketplace as you can. You will sell very fast!
Cities and towns: Escalon, Lathrop, Lodi, Manteca, Ripon, Stockton, and Tracy.
Sell Land Fast in San Luis Obispo County, CA
This county is 3,616 square miles of land and has a population of 284,000.
This county has a lot of private ownership with 28,662 lots of vacant land owned.
With so many available lots, and with the county being more rural, there is a lot more competition on the selling side. That means it will take much longer for you to sell land in this county.
For instance, the average amount of time to sell land in San Luis Obispo County is 291 days.
That's a very long time! Twice that of the prior two counties we just reviewed.
Like most rural counties, you will need to significantly cut your listing price to sell quickly.
Aim to be 30-50% less than similar listings if you want to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, Morro Bay, Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Nipomo, Cambria, Avila Beach, Baywood-Los Osos, Templeton, Grover Beach, Cayucos, Santa Margarita, Oceano, San Simeon, San Miguel, Harmony, Creston, Shandon, Lake Nacimiento, Whitley Gardens, Garden Farms, and Edna.
Sell Land Fast in San Mateo County, CA
San Mateo County is 744 square miles and has 737,000 people living there.
There are 10,323 privately owned parcels of land and about 5% of them are generally listed for sale. Unfortunately, about four times more property is listed for sale than has been recently sold indicating that the market a bit oversaturated.
On average, it takes 202 days to sell land in San Mateo County.
In order to cut that time in half you will need to post more ads, offer attractive financing, and offer significant cash discounts to potential buyers.
Cities and towns: San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood City, Burlingame, San Carlos, Daly City, South San Francisco, Half Moon Bay, Menlo Park, Foster City, Belmont, Millbrae, Pacifica, Atherton, East Palo Alto, Hillsborough, Woodside, Portola Valley, Colma, La Honda, Brisbane, Pescadero, El Granada, Montara, Moss Beach, North Fair Oaks, San Gregorio, Loma Mar, West Menlo Park, Emerald Hills, Highlands-Baywood Park, and Broadmoor.
Sell Land Fast in Santa Barbara County, CA
Santa Barbara County is 3,789 square miles of land and has nearly half a million residents.
There are over 12,000 privately owned parcels of land in this county making the land ownership significant.
What is a bit shocking is that it takes an average of 260 days to sell land in Santa Barbara County.
There are a few reasons for this:
1. There are five times more properties listed for sale than have been recently sold, indicating a competitive sellers market.
2. The psychology of the sellers is leading to artificially high prices that buyers do not want to pay.
3. This county has many zoning and permit rules that make it expensive and difficult to build.
If you can address the above three problems when trying to sell your lot, you will sell much faster.
Cities and towns: Santa Barbara, Solvang, Goleta, Santa Maria, Montecito, Lompoc, Carpinteria, Isla Vista, Santa Ynez, Bueliton, Los Olivos, Summerland, Orcutt, Los Alamos, Guadalupe, Cuyama, New Cuyama, Ballard, Mission Canyon, Vandenberg Villiage, Sisquoc, Toro Canyon, Casmalia, Garey, and Mission Hills.
Sell Land Fast in Santa Clara County, CA
This county is 1,304 square miles of land and has a population of 1.9 million.
11,866 vacant land parcels are privately owned according to Data Tree.
The average amount of time that it takes to sell land in Santa Clara County is 170 days, which is above average for California.
To sell in half the time, consider offering a 20-30% discount to cash buyers and highlight that you offer seller financing. Of course, make sure you have it listed on FB Marketplace, Craigslist, Zillow, and Flat Fee MLS.
Cities and towns: Santa Clara, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Cupertino, Milpitas, Mountain View, Gilroy, Morgan Hill, Los Gatos, Campbell, Los Altos, Saratoga, Stanford, San Martin, Los Altos Hills, Monte Sereno, Alum Rock, Cambrian Park, East Foothills, Fruitdale, Burbank, Llagas-Uvas, West Santa Clara, and Loyola.
Sell Land Fast in Santa Cruz County, CA
Santa Cruz County is just 607 square miles and has a population of 208,000.
The amount of land ownership for the county size is actually surprising. There are more than 17,000 privately own parcels of land.
Selling land is relatively easy too. It takes an average of 181 days to sell land in Santa Cruz County. That's not bad!
Some of the issues that many people find with land in this county is the build ability and high permit costs. Some areas even require large lot sizes to allow any building. That means there are a great number of properties that can't be built on here.
If you want to sell in half the normal time, first determine how buildable your lot is. If it's easy to build on, you can speed up the sale by mildly lowering the listing price. If it's unbuildable, you will need to lower by up to 70% as the property is rendered unusable.
Cities and towns: Santa Cruz, Watsonville, Capitola, Aptos, Boulder Creek, Soquel, Pleasure Point, Live Oak, Felton, Ben Lomond, Bonny Doon, Brookdale, Paradise Park, Carralitos, Twin Lakes, Daveport, La Selva Beach, Rio Del Mar, Zayante, Lompico, Freedom, Pajaro Dunes, Pasatiempo, Amesti, Aptos Hills-Larkin Valley, Day Valley, and Interlaken.
Sell Land Fast in Shasta County, CA
Shasta County is 3,847 square miles with 183,000 people living there. It is a very rural area with lots of open space and forestry.
There is also a significant amount of owned land with almost 30,000 vacant parcels of land under private ownership.
If you want to sell land in Shasta County, it will take about 192 days.
Cutting down the amount of time to sell to under 90 days will require significant effort and even price cuts.
Cities and towns: Redding, Shasta, Shasta Lake, Anderson, Cottonwood, Burney, Shingletown, Palo Cedro, Fall River Mills, French Gultch, Hat Creek, Bella Vista, Millville, Round Mountain, Montgomery Creek, Old Station, Mountain Gate, McArthur, Cassel, Big Bend, Platina, and Lakehead-Lakeshore.
Sell Land Fast in Sierra County, CA
Sierra County is 962 square miles and has a tiny population of just 3,300 people.
Most of the land in this county is publicly owned so few parcels are owned by individuals.
The total number of vacant land lots owned by individuals is 1,419.
The very limited supply of land makes it much faster to sell in this county. On average, it only takes 125 days to sell land in Sierra County. Significantly faster than most counties in California.
Being active on multiple listing websites and diligent responding to potential buyers should be enough to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: Downieville, Sierra City, Loyalton, Sierraville, Alleghany, Calpine, Goodyears Bar, Sattley, Verdi, and Pike.
Sell Land Fast in Siskiyou County, CA
This county is pretty large at 6,347 square miles but has a small population of 44,000.
The county is extremely rural with beautiful mountain views abundantly available. The land ownership is high with 22,853 privately owned parcels.
Since there isn't much economic activity and the market is a bit saturated with properties, it takes a long time to sell. In fact, the amount of properties listed for sale outnumber the sold 5-to1.
It's no surprise that it takes an average of 297 days to sell land in Siskiyou County.
Selling in under 90-days will be near impossible unless you drop your listing price to around 50% of similar properties.
Cities and towns: Yreka, Weed, Mount Shasta, Dunsmuir, Etna, Fort Jones, McCloud, Montague, Happy Camp, Dorris, Hornbrook, Tulelake, Gazelle, Macdoel, Grenada, Scott Bar, Edgewood, Tennant, Greenview, Mount Hebron, and Carrick.
Sell Land Fast in Solano County, CA
Solano County is 906 square miles and has nearly half a million residents.
Property ownership is pretty significant at over 12,000 privately owned lots. That's more that 12 privately owned lots of vacant land per square mile which is more than most counties.
The average amount of time to sell land in Solano County is 229 days. Likely due to the relatively small economy and abundant number of available lots to purchase.
If you want to sell in less than 90-days we recommend a 30-40% price cut OR pushing seller financing with low down payment and monthlies.
Cities and towns: Fairfield, Vacaville, Vallejo, Suisun City, Benicia, Dixon, Green Valley, Elmira, Birds Landing, Rockville, and Allendale.
Sell Land Fast in Sonoma County, CA
Sonoma County is 1,768 square miles of land and has a population of nearly half a million people. It's both urban and rural.
There is a massive amount of privately owned land in this county. According to Data Tree, there are 51,418 parcels of vacant land under private ownership. That is more than the vast majority of counties in California.
It takes about 184 days to sell land in Sonoma County according to current data.
In order to sell in half that time, you will need to cut the listing price and spend significant time marketing the property on multiple websites like Zillow, Realtor, Land Watch, and Facebook.
Cities and towns: Sonoma, Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Healdsburg, Rohnert Park, Sevastopol, Windsor, Bodega Bay, Guerneville, Cloverdale, Glen Ellen, and Cotati.
Sell Land Fast in Stanislaus County, CA
This county has over 1,500 square miles of land and a population of over 550,00.
More than 17,000 vacant land properties are privately owned according to Data Tree.
Selling land in Stanislaus County takes an average of 156 days. The market is one of the best for land in California.
Selling in under 90-days will simply require you to be more proactive when it comes to marketing your property and offering potential seller financing options.
Cities and towns: Modesto, Turlock, Ceres, Oakdale, Patterson, Riverbank, Salida, Newman, Hughson, Waterford, Denair, Crows Landing, Keyes, Empire, West Modesto, Westley, Hickman, Del Rio, Grayson, Bystrom, Diablo Grande, Valley Home, East Oakdale, Parklawn, Rouse, and Riverdale Park.
Sell Land Fast in Sutter County, CA
Sutter County is 608 square miles and has a population of 100,000.
There are 4,235 privately owned vacant land parcels.
Interestingly, this county has the fastest moving land market in all of California. On average, selling land in Sutter County takes just 98 days.
You will sell land fast simply by listing on Zillow, FB Marketplace, Realtor, Craigslist, and the MLS. To sell even faster, emphasize seller financing or slightly reduce pricing by 5-10%.
Cities and towns: Yuba City, Sutter, Live Oak, Nicolaus, Rio Oso, Robbins, Meridian, East Nicolaus, and South Yuba City.
Sell Land Fast in Tehama County, CA
Tehama County has 2,962 square miles of land and a population of 66,000.
There are about 10 privately owned lots per square mile making the total number vacant properties under private ownership 30,528 according to Data Tree.
Unlike Sutter County, Tehama County takes a very long time to sell land. Likely due to a smaller local economy, and a massive supply of properties.
The average amount of time it takes to sell land in Tehama County is 287 days.
If you want to sell three times faster you will need to significantly lower your listing price compared to similar real estate listings.
Cities and towns: Tehama, Red Bluff, Corning, Los Molinos, Rancho Tehama Reserve, Paynes Creek, Paskenta, Manton, Vina, Mineral, Proberta, Bend, Lake California, Flournoy, Richfield, Las Flores, and Gerber-Las Flores.
Sell Land Fast in Trinity County, CA
Trinity County is 3,208 square miles of land and has a tiny population of just 16,000 making this one of the most rural and desolate counties in all of California.
There are also only 4,349 privately owned parcels of vacant land making the vast majority of land state and federal.
Despite being almost ten times more land for sale than has been sold, this county is not as hard to sell as one would think.
On average it takes 164 days to sell land in Trinity County.
Selling in less than 90-days would require more aggressive marketing, financing options, and special discounts for cash buyers.
Cities and towns: Weaverville, Hayfork, Trinity Center, Lewiston, Douglas City, Junction City, Coffee Creek, Burnt Ranch, Salyer, Hyampom, Mad River, Trinity Village, Post Mountain, and Ruth.
Sell Land Fast in Tulare County, CA
There is 4,839 square miles of land and nearly half a million people living in Tulare County.
Land ownership is high in this county with 22,504 privately owned vacant lots.
Selling land in Tulare County takes about 173 days.
This county is both very rural and urban lending to the better days of market data to similarly rural counties.
If you want to sell in half the time consider listing at 30% less than similar lots for sale.
Cities and towns: Tulare, Visalia, Porterville, Goshen, Dinuba, Lindsay, Exeter, Farmersville, Earlimart, Pixley, Woodlake, Orosi, Three Rivers, Springville, Terra Bella, Tipton, Strathmore, Ivanhoe, Cutler, Woodville, Alpaugh, Richgrove, Lemon Cove, Ducor, California Hot Springs, Camp Nelson, Allensworth, Traver, Kennedy Meadows, El Rancho, Wilsonia, London, Poso Park, Poplar-Cotton Center, Waukena, Yettem, Linnell Camp, East Poterville, Toolville, Patterson Tract, East Orosi, Delft Colony, Sequoia Crest, Rodriguez Camp, Cedar Slope, Lindcove, East Tulare Villa, Silver City, Ponderosa, Matheny, and Pierpoint.
Sell Land Fast in Tuolumne County, CA
This county is 2,274 square miles and has a population of 56,000 people.
There are 6,400 privately owned parcels in this county.
On average it takes just 153 days to sell land in Tuolumne County.
To cut this time in half, consider posting FB Marketplace ads in the surround major cities within 6 hours driving distance. This will greatly increase exposure to potential buyers.
Cities and towns: Tuolumne, Sonora, Twain Harte, Jamestown, Groveland, Columbia, Mi-Wuk Village, Soulsbyville, Chinese Camp, Long Barn, Strawberry, East Sonara, Dardanelle, Tuttletown, Cold Springs, Sierra Village, Mono Vista, Phoenix Lake-Cedar Ridge, and Cedar Ridge.
Sell Land Fast in Ventura County, CA
Ventura County is 2,208 square miles and has a population of 840,000 people.
According to Data Tree, there are 15,488 privately owned vacant land parcels in this county.
It takes an average of 195 days to sell land in this county. It's surprisingly long given how large the population is but, as you know, seller psychology plays a big role in how quickly land sells.
We recommend being at least 30% cheaper than similar listings if you want to sell in under 90-days.
Cities and towns: Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Ojai, Santa Paula, Moorpark, Port Hueneme, Fillmore, Somis, Oak Park, Piru, Saticoy, Oak View, El Rio, La Conchita, Santa Rosa Valley, Bell Canyon, Casitas Springs, Channel Islands Beach, Meiners Oaks, Wheeler Springs, and Mira Monte.
Sell Land Fast in Yolo County, CA
Yolo County is 1,024 square miles and has a population of 216,000.
There are 8,034 privately owned parcels in this county.
The average time to sell land in Yolo County is 192 days.
We recommend offering attractive seller financing terms to sell within 90-days.
Cities and towns: Woodland, Yolo, Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, Clarksburg, Esparto, Knights Landing, Dunnigan, Guinda, Brooks, Madison, and Monument Hills.
Sell Land Fast in Yuba County, CA
Yuba County is one of the three smallest counties in California with only 644 square miles of land and a population of 84,000 people.
There are almost as many properties listed for sale as there are sold, indicating a strong sellers' market.
The average amount of time to sell land in Yuba County is just 136 days.
Selling in 90-days or less will not be a challenge if you list on multiple platforms, take good photos, and are diligent in responding to buyer leads.
Cities and towns: Marysville, Olivehurst, Linda, Plumas Lake, Wheatland, Camptonville, Smartsville, Loma Rica, Dobbins, Rackerby, and Challenge-Brownsville.