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How to Verify Your Land Access

By LandCentral

  Land access is pretty important. The last thing you want to do is purchase a property without easy access. And this access can vary greatly. Is the property you’re interested in only accessible by a private road? Does your …

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Zoning for Beginners: 6 Easy Basics

By LandCentral

Ah, zoning. That boring tagalong word that seems to plague every real estate venture. Zoning is about as exciting a topic as septic tanks. And yet, like septic tanks, we should all be grateful we have them. Zoning is, after …

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Top 5 Pros and Cons to Living Near Water

By LandCentral

  Living near water is a dream for many Americans. From that silent pull to the ocean shores to the midnight skinny dip in the local lake, humans have always been drawn to water. Not surprising since 70% of the …

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3 Easy Ways to Learn the History of a Property

By LandCentral

  Have you ever wondered about the history of a property? Like who lived there before you? Was it ever used for anything other than a homestead? Or the main question on every new homeowner’s mind: has anyone ever died …

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6 Glorious Reasons to Move to Mississippi

By LandCentral

  Ah, Mississippi, everyone’s favorite state to spell. Known for its fertile land, small towns, and southern hospitality, Mississippi is a pleasant escape from the urbanized rat race. However, with nicknames like “The Bayou State” and “The Magnolia State”, it’s …

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Investing in Real Estate: East Coast vs. West Coast

By LandCentral

  Investing in real estate varies from coast to coast. While an acre of land is more valuable on the east coast, the west coast has more options available when looking for that acre. But this is nothing new. The …

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8 Awesome Reasons to Move to Arkansas

By LandCentral

  Ah, Arkansas, the middle child of the south. Sandwiched between the boisterous states of Tennessee, Louisiana, and Texas, Arkansas is the most overlooked state in the region. Yet, like a typical middle child, Arkansas has more to offer than …

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