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Land purchase: documentation and must knows

I am thinking about buying a lake front lot of land near my home town in Texas. The area is incorporated, but there are very few built houses around it. I am thinking about buying it as an investment, ...
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What are the possibly routes of gaining investors for a large land purchase with intent to subdivide and sell?

I frequently find large plots of land (100+ acres) for sale at prices well outside of my ability to take out a bank loan on. The plots of land when sold as one large plot, are generally listed at a ...
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Argentina default warnings. Should I buy land?

Since my last question, things have worsened, and they will continue to do, so I diversified a little my savings, but now I'm thinking of buying some land. I have the opportunity to get some cheap ...
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How to convert land zoned as Agricultural to Residential in Massachusetts [closed]

How can I convert a multi acre land, termed currently as "Zone Usage: Single Family/Agriculture" in central Massachusetts, into smaller residential pieces. What all are the procedures, dues, fees, ...
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Should I be concerned about buying a piece of property in upstate NY without mineral rights?

I'm about to go into contract on a piece of property in Delaware county NY. My lawyer raised a red flag in that the contract stipulated that the owner may not own the mineral rights to the property. ...
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How do you subdivide land to sell parcels to your neighbors?

I am considering buying an investment property that has a small house and an acre of land attached. The shape of the parcel is very long and narrow, so the land isn't terribly useful except for ...
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How much does it cost to build a subdivision of houses on a large plot of land?

I am a potential first time home buyer in San Diego, California and like most buyers these days in Cali I find the market to be pretty expensive and I am trying to come up with innovative ways be able ...
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Money for land purchase

I own a house mortgage-free worth £180,000. I'm considering the purchase of a piece of land at around £125,000. I'm assuming the land will not be mortgageable? My question is, what are my options ...
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Is Grandfather's agricultural land sale sold as non-agricultural land taxable in Gujarat?

My dad has had a piece of land in Gujarat for 35 years, and now one company from India would like to buy it. Right now the land is a agricultural land, but the company would like to buy with non-...
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The investment land has too low a price?

I was thinking of investing in buying a land. I found one land that is weirdly too cheap($28k). The houses built around have the value estimated around ($300k). Location Ohio, USA. The Ad says: ...
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What is the land only value of my property

I'm looking to find the value of the land only, for my house in the UK. Is there a way to find this out? I have the cost to rebuild, and the current property value, is it as simple as subtracting the ...
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Refinance a land loan into a mortgage loan

If I obtain a 10 year land loan and but finance the build of a house with my own money will I be able to refinance that land loan into a conventional 30 year mortgage loan eventually?
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What's the tax on a hobby crop income? [duplicate]

Say I harvest crop as a hobby on my land, and it's less than an acre. What's the tax on the crop income?
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What does “sits on all four property lines” mean in Real Estate?

I recently read a listing that said, "The nearly 10,000-square-foot property sits on all four property lines, a rarity in Chicago," Apparently this is a good thing, relating to land and property ...