Make sure that there is as little flood plains as possible. and elevation is a big issue too
by Jordan R - 12 hours ago
all of those thing but if sewage isn't available you will also need a perk test for septic tank
by golferwhoworks - 12 hours ago
You'll need to know all of those things and you will also need to hire a land surveyer...he will check for flooding, erosion, runoff...you don't want those kinds of problems where you are planning to live.
by Brooke - 12 hours ago
Zoning, future enjoyment... Is there erosion? Whats the area heading towards over population? My favorite thing is if you like the land, buy the land. Is land increasing in value? Sell it if you don't like the way it's heading later on down the road. What if you want to move and it's all cool? You have the land, build a house for someone else if you can't stay there and make a profit.
by Liz - 12 hours ago
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