One question I have been asked recently a number of times is: Why all the sudden are my wealthy friends investing in farmland? This is generally followed by: Should I be considering it?
Let’s start by looking into a place that few investor grade people would
Whether you are out on your land at night, with family or friends, or camping along the trails of a new hiking adventure, building a successful campfire is an indispensable part of the experience. Since humans first harvested the fires that started via lightning strike,
There are many factors that come into play when we are thinking about where it is we want to live. People are more mobile and capable of choosing exactly where they want to live today than we ever have been, so how do we make
"Buy land, they're not making it anymore" -Mark Twain
If you are like most Americans, you are probably relying on financial advisors and/or stock brokers to help plan (and hopefully pay for) your future retirement. Though it is wise to defer to the expertise of such
As America continues to grow, we are seeing a few patterns develop in terms of how and where people are choosing (or settling) to live. As the decades have passed, we've witnessed the transition from cities, to suburbs, back to urban centers, and into redeveloped
Whether republican, democrat, green, or independent, American’s from one end of the spectrum to the other are voicing their concern about one important (and growing) issue.
This issue is centered squarely on the trend towards ever larger gaps in income inequality and what that will continue
There are a number of rights that may or may not be separated from land ownership. Before you purchase a piece of land, you should look into whether or not you will have the following rights:
A landowner has a right to occupy the surface
Land ownership is something that has become safer for individuals and families, and also continues to be more difficult to accomplish in the United States. These two trends converge in a document, required of all "subdivisions of 100 or more parcels" by the Federal Government.
The Appalachian National Scenic Trail spans fourteen U.S. states during its journey that is 2,185 miles (3,516 km) long, including Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Let's take a look at America's
American's ability to finance real estate purchases is something that bends and sways withe the ever-changing climate of the global and national economy. There is one thing that remains constant, though, which is that when interest rates on Land are low, people tend to buy