Looking For Land In All The Wrong Places

In this video, Kara and I are checking out a land lot to purchase for a home base when we met a herd of goats.

Then, a helicopter flies overhead and spooks the goats.

Well, a few goats ran towards us and found themselves separated from the others.

In an effort to reunite them, Kara somehow knew they would follow us in the truck.

Fortunately they did!

Unfortunately, we drove right into an pretty scary situation.

Full-time RVing can be a fantastic way to see the country, meet new people, and experience new things.

However, for many people who have taken the leap into the full-time RV lifestyle, the dream eventually becomes finding a permanent home base.

This is where they can park their RV, have a permanent address, and put down roots.

For these individuals, buying land to use as a home base is the next step in their journey.

One of the biggest decisions that full-time RVers face when looking to buy land is where to buy it.

There are many factors to consider, including climate, proximity to amenities, and community.

Some people prefer a more rural setting, while others prefer a more suburban or urban environment.

Additionally, some full-time RVers are looking for a place to park their RV and call home for the long-term, while others are looking for a place to stay for a few months or even a few years before moving on to their next adventure.

When it comes to finding the right piece of land, many full-time RVers turn to online resources.

Websites such as Landwatch, Land and Farm, and Zillow are great places to start your search.

These sites allow you to search by location, price, and size.

They also provide detailed information about the land, such as its zoning, topography, and nearby amenities.

Another great resource for finding land as a full-time RVer is through RV communities and forums.

These groups are often made up of other full-time RVers who have found a permanent home base and are happy to share their experience and provide advice.

They may also know of available land in the area and may even be able to connect you with the owner directly.

Once you’ve found a piece of land that you’re interested in, it’s important to do your due diligence.

This includes things like checking for any zoning restrictions, finding out about the local community, and talking to neighbors.

It’s also important to have the land surveyed and inspected for any potential issues such as flooding, poor soil quality, or other hazards.

When it comes to financing, many full-time RVers opt for a loan from a traditional lender, such as a bank.

However, there are also alternative financing options available, such as owner financing, which allows the seller to provide the financing for the purchase of the property.

Once you’ve found the perfect piece of land and closed on the sale, it’s time to start building your home base.

For some full-time RVers, this may mean installing a septic system, a well, and other infrastructure to support their RV.

For others, it may mean building a small cabin or even a house.

In conclusion, buying land as a full-time RVer can be a great way to establish a permanent home base, but it’s important to do your research, find the right piece of land, and have a plan in place for financing and building.

With the right mindset and preparation, you can find the perfect place to call home and continue your journey as a full-time RVer.

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