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When searching for the perfect homestead, many people focus on the property itself - the land, the house, the views. But there's one aspect that is often overlooked, and it can have a huge impact on your success as a homesteader: socio-economic facto By Paul Engel

What is the difference between Excess Proceeds and simple Municipal Theft? Can a town foreclose on a property worth multiple times the debt owed and simply keep the proceeds? How many constitutionally protected rights does such "excess proceeds

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Since we bought our property in Tennessee, we've been asked a lot of questions about how to live in an RV on your own land. Here are some answers as we show you from start to finish, how we developed and now use our own private RV retreat.

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RV Lifestyle

Although it is a huge trend these days, there are many pros and cons of owning RV Land that need to be considered before jumping in and deciding to develop your own property.

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The things you do with your own property are rights. The things you do with someone else's property are privileges. If i grant you a privilege, i am giving you permission to use my property in a specific way. Lets suppose we're neighbors.

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