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Old 06-14-2019, 09:38 PM
 
Location: Shreveport, LA
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So far, the cheapest large tract of land Iíve found in a non-frost region was in Puerto Rico:

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/K...05040727_zpid/

Are there other places I could look for non-frosting land for less than $300,000 that is as big or bugger than the tract of land I linked to? The bigger the tract of land the better, but cheaper is preferred and there must be no frost at any point during the year.
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Old 06-15-2019, 06:09 AM
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You have to be in person. Most people that buy property don’t use the internet and don’t use English. What it will be seen online and in English is a small part of the real estate and overpriced. Puerto Rico is probably where English is spoken the most in Latin America (as a percentage), despite that even there Spanish is king.

I would guess in most Latin American countries you will find what you are looking for. Most countries are grossly underpopulated. Also, in most countries most of the people concentrate in a few areas while some of the people are spread out, and there is even land with no human (not counting the protected parks and reserves). Even small countries is like that.
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Old 06-29-2019, 08:00 PM
 
Location: Shreveport, LA
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You have to be in person. Most people that buy property donít use the internet and donít use English. What it will be seen online and in English is a small part of the real estate and overpriced. Puerto Rico is probably where English is spoken the most in Latin America (as a percentage), despite that even there Spanish is king.

I would guess in most Latin American countries you will find what you are looking for. Most countries are grossly underpopulated. Also, in most countries most of the people concentrate in a few areas while some of the people are spread out, and there is even land with no human (not counting the protected parks and reserves). Even small countries is like that.
Costa Rica looks intriguing, as well.

I'm investing in farmland and don't want my investments to die every winter--I want them producing all year. Fruits, vegetables, and meat (chicken, cow, and pig). I could also probably sell milk and eggs to the local population. At any rate, I'd be hiring a farm manager and splitting the profits with them, as I only know farmland is a good investment but don't know the ins and outs of actually running a large farm.
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