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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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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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Your Financial Freedom is Calling. Invest Now!

By LandCentral

  So you’re ready to invest. You’ve read through our Investor Series, educated yourself on the top 6 ways to make money on land, and even learned how to avoid the 5 ways investors fail. The only thing left to …

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Top 10 Resources for Investors

By LandCentral

  We’ve come to the end of the LandCentral Investor Series. We taught you the ins and outs of land investing and even introduced you to our customized Investor Packs for every investing level. You should now have the confidence …

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What Kind of Investor Are You?

By LandCentral

  Are you a risk-taker always looking for the next big thrill? Or are you more reserved, measuring calculated steps toward the future? No matter what type of investor you are, we all start in the same place: Pre-investor. From …

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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. .  

Get to Know Florida’s Sunny City of Gainesville

By LandCentral

Gainesville, the home of the University of Florida, is a lively and historic city with much to offer. Located in Alachua County in the center of the “Sunshine State,” the town has many amenities and is well-suited for adults, which …

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Wakulla County, Florida

By LandCentral

Wakulla County sits on the sunny Florida’s Panhandle . As part of the Tallahassee Metropolitan Area, it is home to more than 32,000 residents. Wakulla County encompasses part of Apalachicola National Forest, Wakulla Springs and many historical sites. Apalachicola National …

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