how to make an offer to purchase a city owned vacant lot in buckner missouri?

there is a vacant city owned lot next to the building we lease in Buckner Missouri, we are having problems contacting our landlord we had a lease with option to buy, but it expired in 2008, so we are sending checks every thirty days, but cannot make contact with the elderly landlords, we have withheld rent to try and make contact, but that did not help, they sometimes hold checks for months themselves, like they have no idea or forgot the checks came, it is a real mess, but the lot next to is vacant, no for sale sign, another local resident tried to purchase the lot for a specific price unsolicited, was rejected, but in talking with them if we were to offer a larger amount, they feel that would buy it, but I really need to know the logistics and how to make an unsolicited offer for this lot, so it is legal and binding, obtain a clear title, and our plans are to try and use this lot, for our business, or if we can find the landlord negotiate a price to buy our existing building, i
In Buying Property - Asked by William B. - Jan 8, 2011
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Angela K.
Horn Lake, MS

Get a licensed realtor to prepare the Offer to Purchase for you, and present it to the city. If they accept, take the contract to your attorney so they can bring the title work up to date and then do the closing.

Jan 20, 2011
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