Investing In Land

Top 10 Best States To Purchase Raw Land

By LandCentral

We have previously covered the topics of why investing in raw land is a great idea and why it is better to buy vacant land for your dream home, instead of buying an already developed property. By now you know …

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Why Is Raw Land Cheaper Than An Improved Lot?

By LandCentral

Whether you want to retire in a remote area, or you are just looking for a getaway place far from the noise and lights of the city, you might find yourself wondering what raw land is.  Why is there such …

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Why Are Americans Investing In Vacant Land

By LandCentral

Vacant land is often overlooked and disregarded as a possible investment because people aren’t aware of the upsides and the convenience of buying such land and then selling it to generate an income. If you have ever ignored the possibility …

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What the Frack is Going On?

By Josh Speiss

By now, you probably have heard about a growing method of energy production called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. But do you really know what it is? It’s another way to obtain oil and natural gas from the earth in addition …

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Benefits of Owner Financing

By Candice Armstrong

What do most people do when they need money for a large purchase such as a car or home? In most cases, they try to get a loan from a bank or credit union. First the bank requires you to …

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Know before you go.

By Candice Armstrong

With summer right around the corner, this is the right time to get outdoors, visit your land (or if you are considering purchasing a piece of land) and get to know your surrounding area. With any property purchased on LandCentral.com, …

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Six Top States for UFO Sightings

By Angela Tipton

It was a clear, starry night in the late 90s in Southern Washington, when my best friend called me on the phone with excitement claiming that she was seeing a UFO outside. Curious, but skeptical, I took the cordless phone …

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Great Outdoors Month

Great Outdoors Month

By LandCentral

When President Clinton designated a Great Outdoors Week in 1998, it didn’t take too long before its popularity burst through the confines of a mere seven days into a full month. Last June, almost 900,000 people participated in Great Outdoors …

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