Land Investment
Profit on Land Investments
Oct 14, 2005, 11:21

To profit on land investments; where can you find the land and the expertise to use it?

All over the US, real estate leads have materialized and brought windfall profits for speculative land investments. The most coveted land purchases might echo the cry, run for the hills. Get away from it all, or move to the big city, for global investment land.

My two preferred choices for locations to start your land investment business plan are North Carolina and New Jersey. Yes, all 50 States have investment land that can be utilized for profitable development. For your investment land, Texas supplies you the gulf coast. Potential even lies on land where your goal is home remodeling.

Likewise, investment land for sale in Florida gives you not only the Gulf and the Atlantic, but also multitudes of mortgage leads and rental potential with the retirees.

Why is Carolina investment land north of Georgia one of my two favorite choices? Because North Carolina land investments there, embrace all facets of your needs including residential, commercial, vacant parcels, and large development tracts of general investment land that can be bought for private site plans or full-scale development.

If you were to use NC land investments to attract buyers and renters, what would you build there? Commercial real estate brokerages, architects and building contractors can be found on the web site

In addition, for North Carolina land investments’ attractions you might visit the web site There you will find a mouth-watering list. What are a few dream investment properties on that list?

Well, tracts of investment land Cashiers NC and also investment land highlands NC and the nearby areas, continues to be developed to reap profits from Cottages and houses completely equipped with your needed linens, kitchens, and fireplaces, all offered to rent. For instance, Gail Bowen, the rental manager at Cedar Creek offers rentals and includes use of the Cedar Creek Racquet Club dining and entertainment facilities, and tennis.

Get away to the mountains and buy land investments that really attract people who have appreciation for natural beauty and the simple pleasures of life. The Highlands and Cashiers are centrally located within the heart of North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains. The mild climate and beautiful fall leaves decorate the paths as vacationers enjoy golfing with eight courses in the area; as well as mountain hiking, biking and rock climbing all through the woods. This good investment land is known for trails that range from exploratory wilderness land to handicap accessible trails, which are paved.

If you love water, then the investment properties found in North Carolina also boast waterfront terrain varying from rugged and steep to gently rolling hills and magnificent observations of mirror lakes, mountain ranges, and cascading waterfalls. In addition, the Nantahala River was the sight of the 1996 Olympics. Why? White water rafting, water skiing, kayaking, and canoeing Lake Glenville and the other investment land’s lakes.

My second choice of investment land to purchase and build on might be in New Jersey, where you combine the mountain and water atmosphere to the big city’s luxuries.

Many famous investment land people continue to choose to have their houses built in the Garden State. Kathleen Carroll, from the Bergen Record (Hackensack), noted that big investment property development has been occurring. In just two projects, more than 1,000 new investment homes were built in northern Passaic County alone.

The home mortgage prices are bound to climb sky high, making you a fortune. Why? Because the Highlands Water Preservation and Planning Act has enacted a moratorium on any new houses being built. Yet, they are granting waivers to many projects, exempting them from the building limits. In fact, all ready over 100 requests have been granted. In just two exemptions, 1,035 new homes and new home loans are being provided in the mountainous area of Wanaque Reserve. Why not put in your request?

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