Understanding land-use specifics will set you up for success when it’s time to finally buy that vacant land you’ve had your eye on. Here's our guide to the most important land-use classifications.
Whether you’re years away from retirement or it’s creeping up on you rather quickly, it’s never too late to add buying land to your retirement plans.
If you make money by selling, leasing or developing raw land, you can put these same strategies to work for your future with a self-directed retirement plan.
We look at a few of the factors that go into deciding where to invest in land for retirement, and pick out the best states for retirees.
A ranch is often purchased as a place to relax on weekends and during vacations or it is bought for a place to live after retirement.
Many Americans are looking for the peace and quiet of the rural countryside, but buying and financing a country dream home is not the same as the suburbs.