Your own website gives an address in Poland - you do realise that this is...well...dodgy?
How so? If he has a contact address in Poland it doesn't mean his company is dodgy, you cannot be everywhere and he can have representation here.
How do you figure out that? My understanding is that you have to have adjacent building land for a change in use. Is that a the case? How does the fact that its separated into small lots work with that?
Why is the vendor selling the land cheap if he is confident of getting permission which will double its value?
I pay 6 instalments the company assign on me shares in LTD company as it is the only option that I was the owner before 2016. option where I pay in cash is 5 PLN cheaper than regular price. One share is one unit.
Which, of course means that you do not own the land. So the directors can sell the land and hand themselves a large bonus while you get to keep your share certificate.
- company guarantee if the land will not be a building plot in the future return of the money.
Worthless and meaningless. The land owners know what the probability of the land getting permission is, and they choose to sell it without. Thats very instructive. If the land cannot be built on, its (any remaining land, sales income will be long gone) assets are worth 1/5 of what they were sold to you. So who is going to finance this guarantee? Again, thats a solid evidence of a scam.
Also, what about media, water, gas electricity? Besides the large potential cost, there is no guarantee they will install it due to capacity restrictions and this is almost a nation park - it maybe impossible. Why isn't it already installed? its normal in building land.
There is loads of building land available in Poland and planing permission is reasonably easy to get. So why over pay for agricultural land on the very vague (and almost certainly no) chance that it can be converted?