One more thing, for anyone considering buying rural land. My parents retired to a pretty remote area where the real estate business was about as questionable as I've ever seen. I've got some real estate experience in buying and selling, and when it came time to sell their place I couldn't believe some of the behaviors, statements, lies and dirty tricks going on, including just flat out lying to my sibling and I, saying one thing to one of us, and one thing to another, trying to set us against one another. I can't say all rural locations have questionable business practices, but it's crucial to be on the alert.
Since remote locations rarely have enough comparables to come up with a really reliable estimate for properties, they did and said all kinds of squirrely things. I certainly felt taken advantage of, especially since buying land or selling off the family home has a huge emotional component to it, and they manipulate the people involved for all it's worth. There aren't that many real estate people in rural areas, they all know each other, and they all tell each other things that take advantage of their prospective buyers. So trying to get a second opinion from another local real estate agent might not be the most impartial person to consult.
I wish I had gotten a lawyer in on it, at least from a consultation perspective at first, getting second opinions, knowing my rights, what I could insist on, where I should do if I felt the agent had just gone over into illegal and unethical. You often see, when people buy property they say things like, "We spent so much effort into trying to buy it," "We were exhausted," "We were juggling work, kids, life and trying to buy real estate." That's where a second opinion from a non-real-estate agent is important.
If the buyer and seller are using the same agent, consult a lawyer, consult a lawyer!!
So stay skeptical....