Investing is all the rage these days. Thanks to the current economic climate, many are searching for safe ways to grow their wealth and protect their future. We figured we jump into the conversation with a basic overview of the two most popular investing paths.
Before You Buy
Raw land is trending. And for good reason too. With its affordability, endless usage, and return on investment, raw land is becoming the most sought after commodity in 2022.
we’ve picked up a few tips we’d love to share. Some are the easier questions to ask us before you buy, but others are questions you need to consider yourself before you travel down the landowner road. So check out these Top 10 Questions to Ask Before Buying Land:
25 Years in business is a long time to get it right. From easy one-stop shopping to owner financing and an online payment system, we’ve spent 25 years listening to customer demands and perfecting the land buying process. But don’t take it from us, hear it straight from the land owners themselves…
We can hardly believe it’s already been 25 years. But hey, time flies when you’re having fun. And boy, have we had fun. But like a fine wine, we’ve gotten better with age. From selling our first property out of a newspaper ad to becoming the online leader in land sales, we’ve changed a lot in our 25 years.So, let’s celebrate 25 years by sharing a few Secrets to Our Success:
Google Maps has been a game-changer in the world of real estate. Which means buying land has never been so easy. Learn how to navigate…
Investing in real estate is the quickest path to wealth. But the process can be daunting. From zoning and permits to easements and paperwork, it’s no wonder people turn to real estate agents to do the heavy lifting. But what if we told you there’s another way?
Investing in real estate is not for the faint of heart. Aside from the expense, there’s the potential for loss and liability, impacting your own net worth. That’s where real estate holding companies come in. Not only do they protect …
Pinal County, Arizona is where it’s at. With it’s low cost of living, natural desert beauty and wide open spaces, people are packing up and moving to Pinal County faster than you can say Arizona.