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The Voices of Land blog

Read insightful articles featuring expertise from a variety of sources on a range of land real estate topics...

Whether or not you consider yourself a green thumb, it isn’t too difficult to start your own hobby farm.
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The American dream has always been founded on the idea of private property ownership. During troubled economic times, this truer than ever.
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A land survey is the best way to really get to know your property and its value. If you are considering purchasing land, make sure to get a survey.
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There is a log to know about how to buy hunting land. The most important thing you can do, though, is hire a qualified land specialist like an ALC.
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Farmland is a good investment for the long-term. Why? See what the experts say.
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Buying land for building a home can be a great investment in your future! Make sure to read these tips and work with a qualified land professional.
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The COVID-19 pandemic convinced many people that they don't want to continue living in urban areas with high population densities. Millennials were already starting to move away from cities, but the pandemic piqued their interest and encouraged many to consider buying their first rural home.
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As more Baby Boomers enter retirement, they have started to explore reliable investment opportunities that appreciate in value and allow them to leave something behind someday for their children.
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The virus is affecting everything in our lives. Stay at home. Eat your own cooking. Home school your kids. Do not get your haircut. If only John Wayne was here to come to the rescue. Well, he is not coming to save the day but maybe I can when wanting to buy/sell real estate. That is correct. Do not let the virus be an obstacle in the real estate market.
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As the COVID-19 lock-down encourages more people to consider moving to rural areas where they don’t have to worry about the dense crowds of city life, the possibility of relocating has put a renewed focus on rural broadband deficiencies.
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