Karen Lee Mack wrote:One lesson I learned early, the hard way, is that unless you signed a buyer agent contract, the agent is ALWAYS working for the seller. Always and by law actually. It is VERY hard to remember that while riding around looking at properties with them if they are at all personable. If they are truly honest, they will remind you of this fact often.
This is exactly why I recommend that folks find their own real estate agent. Someone who will represent them during the sales process and during closing.
By the way, if you are planning to buy land with other folks, I would advise going through a Real Estate Laywer to handle the transaction.
That way the land can be subdivided at the time of the sale. This will save a lot of money in the long run.
Another option would be to go the "Intentional Community" route:
Abraham Palma wrote: can be applied outside of agriculture. And this idea gives the freedom to people not good with plants, or who specialize in other tasks (as is likely the case in the urban), to also become part of this family.
Maybe these ideas are somewhat similar to what you have in mind.
Bryant said, " The great proponent of Permaculture, Bill Mollison, stated in his treatise “The aim to create systems that are ecologically sound and Economically Viable” as the prime goal of Permaculture.
Tyler said, "The prime goal of permaculture, as I interpret Bill's words, is not economical, but biological - to restore and return the majority of the planet to wild nature. As a means to that end - but not the end itself - is the need for economically viable permaculture systems.
It is that time of year again! Go ahead and have some fun!
Bathtub Party Day encourages us all to skip the ordinary shower and linger in the tub instead. On December 5th, add some suds to the tub and pamper yourself.
For the adults, the benefits of a quiet soak in the tub add up quickly.
A steamy bath during cold and flu season helps to clear our sinuses and improve our oxygen intake. It also increases our circulation.
The warm water reduces inflammation, easing achy joints and sore muscles. It also helps relieve stress.
Dropping temperatures outside mean cold hands and feet, or just a chilled body in general. A soak in a warm tub warms us right up.
Our skin loves the steam from the bath, but be sure to moisturize, too. Add bath oil to your bathwater to gain the most benefit from your Bathtub Party.
Enjoy all the benefits of a Bathtub Party and celebrate with bubbles of all kinds!