The Prominent Nationwide Cemetery Property Listing Service
to search for cemetery property whether you are preplanning for
the future, have already experienced a death, or have an imminent
death can be a daunting task.
Some Common Questions or Concerns
It is normal and healthy to have some questions or concerns. The seller does not know you and you do not know the seller.
- Why are people selling? Some are selling because they are
inherited burial property from parents, grandparents, or great grandparents.
Some are selling because they no longer live in the area
- How do I know they have the authority to sell? - Each seller
has had to have a conversation with their cemetery to get approval
to sell on the open market before they can list with us. The
- My phone number is outside the area or state where the cemetery
property is located. - This could raise a red flag for the seller.
Just explain to the seller why. You could be
sellers have their contact number directly on their listing which
means you call them directly. Those with a private listing have
a red sticker on their listing .
All negotiations are private between you and your seller. The Cemetery Exchange cannot get involved in your sale, negotiations, or transfer of deed.
you and your seller have agreed on a selling price, the seller will
advise you of their terms of payment. Most sellers require either cash,
USPS Money Orders, a certified check, or a cashiers check.
note that the seller is only offering for sale what is stated on
their listing. In most cases it is just the interment right(s) such
as grave space(s), lawn crypt(s), mausoleum crypt(s), and urn niche(s),
Cemetery property is
not Real Estate. You are not purchasing a piece of ground. You are
purchasing an Interment Right. The 'Right' to bury someone
Please use the following generic Bill of Sale form below if you wish. Your seller has also been provided a copy for use as well.http://www.thecemeteryexchange.com/BillofSaleofPersonalCemeteryProperty-Graves.pdf