Posted by: buyandsellcemeteryplots | December 30, 2007

Cemetery Plot for Sale

Buy and Sell Cemetery Plots has cemetery plots for sale from around the country. Whether you are in the market to buy or sell cemetery plots we recommend you visit

We have a large selection of cemetery plots from most states. Deciding where your body will spend the rest of time is not a decision to be taken for granted. Not only do you need to determine which cemetery you’d like to be buried in, but also the exact area in the cemetery among available cemetery plots. A large majority of people choose cemetery plots in family clusters.

Family Preference

Some cemeteries have family plots where many people from the same family are buried near each other. Others simply want to be buried near their parents, siblings or spouse. One of the benefits of having a large family plot is that relatives can visit many graves at once without having to travel to multiple locations. Some people also enjoy the idea that, even though they might have lived far apart during life, they will spend all of eternity next to one another.
Area of the Country

In some areas of the country, graves are found more often in mausoleums and niches rather than in the ground. This is usually due low ground that floods easily; when bodies are kept in mausoleums, you don’t have to worry about the ground erosion. If you live in a place like southern California or Louisiana, you might be better off looking at mausoleums. If, however, you live in an area where the ground is high, ground plots are just fine. Also, remember that in areas where the ground freezes, bodies cannot be buried until the spring or summer when everything warms up.
Cemetery plots can run from $500 to more than $10,000, depending on the location and the cemetery. While price shouldn’t be the only determining factor, it is just as important to “shop around” for cemetery plots as it is for lawn furniture and mattresses. You can usually find a plot where you can compromise price with location. A cemetery plot with a view of a wooded area or pond will be far more expensive than one in the middle of a cemetery. You might also find that cemeteries that are connected with churches are more expensive. A mausoleum will typically be less expensive than a ground plot, though this also depends on the location and the size of the mausoleum.
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