Message from Valaska in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general
Going to try and make a write up similar to yours William and Engineer. Very good to have things on paper like thta.
Any need for a sales and marketing thread?
Good topic @AltRightMick, useful skill no matter what field you're in.
I work in sales for a marketing company lol
this is a pretty cool server. I work as an appraiser. so if you guys need info on real estate i got it.
I'm in sales as well.
my job is basically to get the real value of a property. mostly maths and market value research. riviting stuff i know but it makes good money.
I have lots of sales experience but I never got good at it. I can make connections but I suck at persuasion.
Yes, definitely make a sales channel. *Everyone* is in sales, whether they know it or not.
The people that don't know it will get the most out of it.
I'm an experienced songwriter/musician.
Hey ya'll I'm a antique enthusiast love fixing cleaning and repairing antiques
Welcome to all our new members. Poke around in this channel and in <#338772935462354945> to get a lay of the land.
I'm in medical school right now. Semester 3. When I'm done I'm happy to help every single one of you in any way I can. I am willing now if anyone has questions about anything I would be more than happy to try. Message me on the side for anything at all.
Anyone here involved in aviation? @ me
Anyone bought land?? I have read a few books, but still a lot of unanswered questions. Just want to buy a little piece of rural property. Likely in an area to be developed and then sell for good profit to really buy some acreage.
depends on what type of land you want.
@Deleted User forest, open/grassy, furtile, also where in the US?
also there is the issue sometimes of not having access because the parcel is surrounded by other people so you have to make a deal with the other land owners.
also open land is fairly easy to find but do you want one with a small house on it already?
@Deleted User No house on it. Looking in rural Florida but near sprawl. My idea is anything now that will be developed. Then use the profit to buy a good amount and preserve and possibly build on later.
Yes, true on the access rights.
so to know what will be developed you have to look into what buisnesses are moving there that will draw people. for example in nNV up here in Reno the Tesla giga factory is up and running, this is brining allot of people to start moving to Silver Springs, Dayton, and other smaller towns around the Reno/Carson area. you could have made an investment on a large piece of literal desert land that has access rights and sold it 2-10 years later for a profit because people are moving out there (depending on where the property is exactly).
one guy up here bought 50 acres just outside of silver springs all with access. he is going to make bank in a few years.
We have a huge place called the Villages in Orlando metro. Boomers retiring and it is growing so fast. If you buy out 5 miles, it will be developed. I love the environment and hate the idea of selling to developers, but will happen either way. Then make enough to really have a homestead.
In the meantime a place for 2nd Amendment activities, camping etc.
my plan is to buy 10+ acres somewhere in PA. forest and either no house or little house on top of it.
Nice. Jewerly, fancy cars aren't my idea of being rich. Land is where it is at and all the freedom it brings!
land prices have been going up tho. not as fast as home prices but yea
I know a couple millionaires with hundreds of acres. You would never know. 20 year old truck and down to earth af
Could sell and live anywhere, but never will. Not giving up that peaceful lifestyle.
Thanks for the chat @Deleted User best of luck to you too in your search.
As they say, the further North you go in Florida, the further South you are. The panhandle area is THE deep South and the hospitality that comes with it.
Buying land in MT can be cheaper than purchasing a small house in the inner city, alot of factors at play. I'd choose land over urban residence any day.
@DavidOrlando#5630 make sure you brush up on your zoning laws wherever you plan on buying. In a lot of cases zoning is more valuable than the actual land it’s on