Purchasing

 

Please contact Kendra Anderson-Zadnik for specific property pricing and availability.

THE PROCESS

  • The prospective purchaser completes an Offer to Purchase Form and submits full payment to become a qualified buyer.
  • Properties may still have right of redemption period, and may require a sealed bid process.
  • Listed price may change without notice. Listed prices are not guaranteed.
  • The City Property Manager is responsible for all City property excluding those managed by the Housing and Community Development Department and City facilities.

DISQUALIFIED BUYERS

A disqualified buyer is anyone with a delinquent tax account for city, school district community college or county taxing entities; with past due amounts owed to the city for mowing, water bills library fines, hotel sales tax, abatement of other nuisances by the city or demolition of substandard structures; in current violation of any city code or who is a City of Waco employee.

PURCHASING FORMS

(All forms must be printed and signed. Contact Kendra for more information.)

Offer to Purchase (Conforming or Housing Eligible Lots)

Offer to Purchase (Non-Conforming)

 

ZONING DEFINITIONS

Please contact the City of Waco's Planning Department for more explanation on definitions at: (254) 750-5650.

District Classifications

Community Commercial District (No Alcohol) (C-1)

Community Commercial District (C-2)

General Commercial District (C-3)

Central Commercial District (C-4)

Service Commercial District (C-5)

Office & Restricted Industrial District (M-1)

Light Industrial District (M-2)

General Industrial District (M-3)

Office District (O-1)

Office District (O-2)

Office District (O-3)

Single Family Residence District (R-1A)

Single Family Residence District (R-1B)

Single Family Residence District (R-1C)

Two Family & Attached Single Family Residence District (R-2)

Multiple Family Residence District (R-3A)

Multiple Family Residence District (R-3B)

Multiple Family Residence District (R-3C)

Multiple Family Residence District (R-3D)

Multiple Family Residence District (R-3E)

Special Districts

What is an Overlay District? Just like it sounds, it “overlays” the existing base zoning district and provides additional design regulations that address desired form of development and issues that are unique to a specific area. An overlay can include increased regulations/ restrictions or relaxed restrictions/codes.

College and University Neighborhoods District

Brazos River Corridor District

Downtown District

Neighborhood Conservation District

Airport Overlay District

Signs Requirements

Setback Requirements

Read more in our frequently asked questions

You can also contact Kendra at: (254) 750-5651

Properties for sale are a part of the City of Waco's Planning Department