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As a Buyer, I have a few Questions for the Seller

I have a few questions. What is the legal description of this property?Are their any CCR's?Is there a county maintained road to the property?Are their any assessments on the property?What are the Taxes per year?How deep on average are they drilling for water?Would you consider Financing? and how much down? what...

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Moving unused Cash to make it work for you

HAVE UNUSED CASHFrom small one acre residential lots to larger tracks of farm, ranch and recreational land comprised of many thousands of acres, buyers are re allocating assets and moving available cash to land acquisitions. Wealth diversification has always been a primary goal of big investors, but it applies to smaller investors as well. You do not need to be a...

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Search By Seller Function

Search by Seller can now be accessed through the dropdown SEARCH box

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Owning an Undivided interest in Real Estate and patented mining claims

In real estate, an undivided interest refers to a co-ownership scenario whereby each owner owns a percentage share in the property. It occurs in situations where a piece of real property is held by two or more persons without being subdivided or divided among the owners. There is no limit...

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Wildfires Soil Burn & Vegetation Mortality

Soil Burn Severity vs Vegetation Mortality When you or I visit any forest after a wildfire, we are clued in to what we see, which can look pretty dramatic from what we’re accustomed to. Oregon has an average of 347 trees per forested acre, which provides the lush, green view...

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Purchasing Property 101

LAND Purchasing 101 Wide open spaces There are many issues that can affect your property. It is important to research these items before purchasing land.3.1 - Not all lots are “legal”.A parcel (subdivision of land) must have been created by County subdivision review, or existed before any County Subdivision Regulations...

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Should You Prepare For a Housing Market Crash in 2021?

Will there be a housing market crash in 2021? A majority of experts think not.“People are saying we’re in a housing bubble, but I don’t think the term housing bubble is the right description,” said Tabitha Mazzara, director of operations at mortgage lenderMBanc. “A bubble is something that’s going to pop. I look at...

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standard utilities vs off the grid

Utility ServicesWater, sewer, electric, telephone and other services may be unavailable or may not operate at urban standards. Repairs can often take much longer than in towns and cities. Please review your options from the non-exhaustive list below.2.1 - Telephone communications can be a problem, especially in the mountain areas...

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Roads and access considerations

Some Issues to know regarding Roads & Access to PropertyThe fact that you can drive to your property does not necessarily guarantee that you, your guests and emergency service vehicles can achieve that same level of access at all times. Also, the fact that there is NOT a road to...

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Top Reasons Why Now Is The Best Time To Sell Land

Talk about a strange year. Between the COVID-19 pandemic to an uncertain economy to job layoffs, it’s no surprise that many who’ve wanted to sell their land are wondering if they should wait until times get better. While this hesitancy is understandable, many real estate professionals believe this year could be...

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