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Building lots are surveyed and bounded plots of land that are set aside for a building. Most of the time, lots will already be prepared with sewer and utility lines so that it is ready for improvements. But sometimes a lot is raw, with nothing prepared. When that happens, sewer and utility lines must be put down before ground can be broken on any kind of building, whether it’s a home, a development, an office space or other commercial property. Most people looking to build prefer a lot that is ready to go because it avoids the headache of having to put in those lines.

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