Land for Love and Money, Volume Two

Overview

The Land is Yours: Now What?

In Volume One of Land for Love and Money, we talked about writing down what you want in your relationship with the land-what you need, what factors are absolute (your must have property attributes), what financial parameters are key to success, and finally, but no less important, connecting with the energy of the land. Whether you purchase a residential home on a 1/3-acre lot, or a spread of thousands of acres, key ...

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Overview

The Land is Yours: Now What?

In Volume One of Land for Love and Money, we talked about writing down what you want in your relationship with the land-what you need, what factors are absolute (your must have property attributes), what financial parameters are key to success, and finally, but no less important, connecting with the energy of the land. Whether you purchase a residential home on a 1/3-acre lot, or a spread of thousands of acres, key questions and issues will arise once you've signed the dotted line.

Volume Two will demonstrate no holds barred truths in the same entertaining, anecdotal, hard-hitting and humorous style as Volume One of Land for Love and Money. Volume Two and its following Green for Green workbook, will examine additional tips on buyer and seller matters covered in Volume One, the ownership and improvement phase of the land cycle, along with marketing and value adding secrets and yet more news on the sordid state of affairs in government regulation, banking and finance. Volume Two, given the current economic environment, will delve into offensive and defensive strategies that work in a crunch-practical advice to guide new and existing owners through a myriad of common, unexpected and sometimes unpleasant situations. Foresight, knowing what to look out for ahead of time, is key to success. PPPPP!

  • Of money, management and moxie.
  • How am I going to run this place? How can I generate income? Do I need a manager?
  • If it ain't broke, why fix it? The when and how of making changes and the intricacies of stewardship.
  • If it has testicles or tires, it's gonna cause trouble!
  • What if I want to fish in my neighbor's pond? The symbiosis of Cross Use Associations¬©--a unique recreational sharing concept and agreement developed by Reid.
  • This damn dog is wagging my tail! Or, what to do when the land starts running you.
  • Why can't I just wait until tomorrow? Procrastination is not your friend.
  • Build it and they will come. Creating sanctuary for water fowl, wildlife, and livestock.
  • You mean there's a federal grant for that? Improving the land for everyone.
  • I've lived here 5 years, and they still call it the Smith place. Rural, small town conflicts.
  • Water wars - Whiskey is for drinking-water is for fighting. What are my rights?
  • What do you mean, they own the mineral rights? Legal trespass and what to do about it.
  • Natural disasters - have a plan. Your life and credit depend on it.
  • The land grab of Eminent Domain-Oh, no you won't, Bubba!
  • Defense against the Dark Arts-when a landowner must circle the wagons.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982157688
  • Publisher: Rockin' SR Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/28/2014
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Reid is one of the leading authorities on ranch, farm, recreation, and rural property acquisition, improvements, preservation, finance, tax, conservation easement grants and transaction structuring. As fourth generation land and cattle, his long-standing devotion to wild and remote places and leaving a legend and footprint upon America and the American West is inspiration for his writing.
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