Due Diligence

Buying Land is All About Knowing the Market

June 23, 2009 Appraisal

Ever wonder how the government buys land? I can tell you it’s not easy. The criteria or purpose for buying land must be thought through and well established for an acquisition to move forward. Funding for land purchases can be lined up years in advance and comes from as many sources as there are public […]

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Finding the Best Property Location

May 28, 2009 Buying Land

When you are looking for the best property location or the best communities, due diligence at the broadest scale requires some research. Narrow your search by using online tools. For example, the U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts tool provides county statistics as well as demographic data for cities and towns with greater than 25,000 people. The […]

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Buying Rural Property and Living in a Remote Area

May 25, 2009 Buying Land

So, you think you want to find an idyllic piece of property that is “off the beaten path”? Buying remote recreational property or living in a remote area may sound really nice, but finding rural property that’s away from it all can be difficult. Here’s an interesting little factoid. According to NewScientist magazine, new maps […]

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Property Due Diligence

May 21, 2009 Buying Land

When you’re looking for information about how to buy land or choose a property location, whether it’s for investment purposes, building a second home, or a little R&R (recreation and retirement), you have to undergo some research. How much or how little research you undertake is up to you. Since your real estate investment is […]

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