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Old 06-29-2010, 12:19 PM
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Been gone for long time,but have been looking at some of the articles from time to time,what i wud like to do today is list some land that is for sale in Kentucky,perhaps sombody might be interested in,or might possible help somebody on the forum find what they have been looking for!! The below listed is listed under "Manningrealty.com" 1.-50 +/- acres excellent hunting,$85,000-2.-78+/- acres in morgan county excellent hunting,$59,000 3.-morgan county,98+/- acres mobile home with additions,garage,orchard,barn,pond,{stocked} 10-15 acres cleared and wooded land only is $79,000 25 acres with mobile home and buildings,$165,000 4.-Elliot County, older 4 BR. farm house,situated on 30+/-acres adjoing government property. 5.Elliot county,hunting cabin,barn,and 84+/- acres,excellent hunting,$89,000, In case somebody might think i have any monetary incentive in posting these properties,I only wanted to,perhaps help somebody find their "place" nothing more!! God Bless to all wvmountaineer
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hm, you do that too? I spend about one morning a week (2 hours or so) looking at properties in places I think I might like to live one day. keeping up with prices, researching what is going on in those areas, etc etc... escapism, imagination, pre pre planning.... wishful thinking. whatever you call it, it is fun to do. I'd move in a heartbeat if I had a way to make a living at the other end of the move. getting dh to go for it is something else.
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"25 acres with mobile home and buildings for $165,000"

Does that seem high to anyone else?
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"25 acres with mobile home and buildings for $165,000"

Does that seem high to anyone else?
Around here that can either be very high or a decent deal. In my county, you couldn't touch it for that price. Go 60 miles South and you could get the same deal for maybe 1/2 that.
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Friends of ours run a goat dairy, they are able to make a living from makign and selling cheese. Last year they bought a bigger place and sold their old place. They bought 80-acres of hay field with a creek running through it, fenced with a livestock barn and a 2-story farmhouse and a bunch of equipment for $90k.
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"25 acres with mobile home and buildings for $165,000"

Does that seem high to anyone else?
It's all about location. I'm always stunned when I see a house for sale in some other city for $500,000 that would sell for $80,000 here.

There are good deals on land if you look around though. I paid $450 an acre for my land in Colorado and it has roads, and even power and cable brought to the corner of the lot.
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ave price of land here in MI $2,500 per choice acre.

6600 per acre in KY? I don't think so.
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