:eek: We’re trying to buy property to eventually build a house and start a business. It has to have a good location relative to the town we live in, paved roads, pasture, relatively flat, water source, and no crazy junky neighbors. We found a place that is 30 acres of all gently rolling pasture, has a pond and 2-3 small creeks (no flood risk because they barely have a trickle in them and the ground gently slopes downhill anyway), it’s on a paved county road that is less than a mile directly off a main highway and just a few minutes from town, electric is not far but is not on site yet, and I just got notified they will sell it with NO restrictions because they want to get rid of it since it’s been on the market for so long (I had been asking for clarifications on some of the restrictions they had listed and got that news instead of the clarifications ). They’re asking $4k per acre and that’s a bit more than we wanted to pay so we’re going to try and talk them down, but I’m excited that we might actually have finally found a place!!! I’m ready to get out of this one bedroom apartment we’ve been living in for almost two years now… not to mention the uncleaned meth lab/druggie den that’s been above us for almost a year… lol, did I mention I’m so ready to move??
Oh, and the whole point to posting this thread was to ask if anyone had tips for buying land that first timers (like myself) often overlook. If you do, please post as I am obviously eager and don’t want to miss something that should be incredibly obvious.