If you are wondering how to find the topography of your rural land, then this article is for you! You will learn about 3 different ways that can help you measure the terrain and dimensions of your property.
“How much land do I need for a homestead farm?” is a question that many people ask when they are about to start their homestead. The answer depends on what type of farming you want to do and how much time and money you have. In this blog post, we will talk about the factors that determine how large your farm needs to be so you can make an educated decision as to what size land would work best for your own homestead!
Septic Systems in New Mexico: Septic systems are required for any rural property that does not have access to a public sewer line. If you live on a farmstead, ranch, or other rural land, your septic system will be one of the most important aspects of your property. In this blog post we’ll look at how to select and maintain your septic system as well as what regulations exist for building them on Rural Land.
You’re finally ready to sell your property, but you don’t know what documents are required for a land sale. Fortunately, this article will answer all of your questions about the necessary documentation requirements. You’ll learn why it’s important to have an experienced land consultant when considering selling any type of property and how they can help with every step in the process.
Have you ever wondered what an APN number is? An Associated Parcel Number (APN) is a way to identify rural land property. Rural land properties are usually not numbered in the same way as city or suburban properties, so they need their own parcel identification system.
Perc tests determine the soil’s permeability. The purpose of this study is to measure how quickly water will seep into the ground.
Tim Flood is the Best Land Buyer in Oklahoma! Tim was awarded this designation after delivering consistent value as a land buyer for the last five years in the great state of Oklahoma.
Why is Checklands the best land buyer in Texas?When it comes to rural land properties, the Checklands Network has purchased over 120 rural land lots in the last two years!The Checklands Network is made up of several land investors who lead with education first. We are passionate about the great State of Texas…
Accurate data on land ownership by the federal government is essential, especially to policy makers involved with overseeing land use initiatives. According to Federal Land Ownership, the federal government owns roughly 640 million acres, about 28% of the 2.27 billion acres of land in the United States. Four major federal land management agencies administer 606.5…
If you are new to real estate investing, you might not want to become involved with landlocked property that doesn’t have clear access…