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Subdividing Basics: What You Need to Get Started

By LandCentral

  Are you looking for a way to increase the value of your land? Then subdividing might be the answer. Whether you want to divide the property among family members or simply turn a profit while unloading a few acres, …

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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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Before You Build: DIY Perc Test Guide

By LandCentral

  Perc tests, or percolation tests, aren’t the most glamorous part of buying a property. Most people don’t even give them a second thought until it’s time to put in the septic tank. Yet making sure your future property is …

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What LandCentral Can Do For You

By LandCentral

  So what can LandCentral do for you? Like you even have to ask. We’re the real deal when it comes to land investing. We have 20 years of experience, experts behind the scenes, and thanks to our innovative mindset, …

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5 Reasons Investors Fail and How You Can Avoid It

By LandCentral

  Investing in real estate is like anything else in life; you get out of it what you put in. Many mistake real estate as a “get rich quick” scheme. Purchase some property and watch the money roll in. Wrong. …

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Get to Know Trinity County, Texas

By Candice Armstrong

Trinity County is just one of 254 Texas counties one might consider when researching land for sale in the Lone Star State. It has a wonderful, warm climate, trees and rivers, and great recreational opportunities, such as hunting and golfing. …

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Tiny Homes in the News

By Angela Tipton

Tiny homes are all the buzz these days. It’s a growing trend and there is a lot of good information out there for those who want to consider it for themselves. Common themes in the news are that tiny homes …

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Updating Your Home with Low-Flow Fixtures

By LandCentral

The population is growing more conscientious about conserving our natural resources. You can help do your part by making some simple changes in your home to help conserve water every day. Low-flow fixtures include sink faucets, showerheads and toilets that …

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