Giving Property

Giving property,
gaining peace of mind.

Donating real estate to a nonprofit can feel like a major weight has been lifted.

Whatever your situation, we’re here to help you make an informed decision about whether donating your property can help you achieve peace of mind.

You can donate your land, commercial or residential property

We accept all types of real estate donations: estates, land, houses, vacation cottages, farms, rental property buildings, commercial real estate, and more.

You may have inherited a house from a loved one that you have no use for, so you want to honor their memory by donating it to their favorite cause.

Or you purchased a piece of land with the intention of building on it, but never wound up having the time. So, each year you pay taxes for something you do not use.

Perhaps you invested in property, and over the years it accrued a lot of value. In some cases, the capital gains taxes you would need to pay if you sold make it smarter to donate and receive a large tax deduction.


Step 1


Address donor issues.

Property information form submitted

Step 2


Verify the valuation, liens, condition, and closing costs.

Donation purchase contract

Step 3


Liquidate the asset for maximum value.


Step 4


IRS forms sent, appraisal, and proceeds to nonprofit.

Transaction completed

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Featured Nonprofits

Click on one of our featured nonprofits below to learn more. For a complete list of nonprofits that can accept your property donation, click here.

Questions? Visit our FAQs page or call us at 844-277-HOME (4663).