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DIY: Home Water Purification System

By LandCentral

  Ah, water. That glorious life-giving liquid. From bathing to drinking, we humans literally can’t live without it. Thankfully, we don’t have to. But while 90% of the U.S. water supply is safe to drink, did you know that most …

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Sloped Land: The Good, The Bad, and The Awesome

By LandCentral

  Many people avoid purchasing sloped land. They think that other than a good water slide, there’s not much you can do with it. Well, think again. Sloping home sites offer plenty of opportunities. And we hate to burst your …

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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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How to Do Proper Research On Your Property

By LandCentral

If you are in the market of buying vacant land you should do research on the history of how that property developed throughout the years. Maybe you only want to satisfy your curiosity, however this is extremely important in any …

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How to Read a Legal Description

By Josh Speiss

Learn how to identify your property with its unique legal description provided by the state’s county that your property is located in. .  

Rainwater Collection and Usage

By LandCentral

Usually when the forecast is filled with rain showers people find themselves staying inside and hoping for sunshine. Before you start singing “rain, rain, go away” it is important that you know how rainwater could be benefiting you and your …

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

By Josh Speiss

In an effort to make planet-saving changes, going green is the new norm. Learn about simple ways that you can help reduce your carbon footprint today.

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