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The Complete Beginner’s Guide to GIS

By LandCentral

  GIS stands for Geographic Information System. Yep, it’s a mouthful. It’s also something you use every day without even realizing it. So what is it? Simply put, it’s a mapping technology that helps us puny humans make sense of …

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Energy Efficient Homes: 6 Small Ways to Save Big

By LandCentral

  When it comes to building an energy efficient home, you can do it the easy way or the hard way. The hard way often involves spending money you don’t have on technology you don’t understand. The easy way is, …

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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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Zoning 101: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

By LandCentral

  So you’ve found the perfect property. You scoped out the area, fell in love with the neighborhood and already called dibs on where to park your boat. Before you go picking out curtains, you may want to check out …

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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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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.

Not Your Father’s Manufactured House

By LandCentral

If your image of manufactured housing is a cluster of teal and white trailers lined up in a mobile home park, you need to get with the times. Sure, mobile homes are still great for placing on vacant land or …

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Building an Earth-Friendly, Self-Sustaining Home

By Angela Tipton

Becoming Environmentally Aware What if you could build a self-sustaining home from recycled materials, such as old earth-filled tires, recycled bottles, aluminum cans and reclaimed wood? You’d have to consider that pretty earth friendly. Then what about having no utility …

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