Homestead Septic System Primer (Anaerobic, Mound, Aerobic)

Homestead Septic System Primer

A homestead in an area where there is no public sewer system will need to have an approved septic system. The purpose of this septic system is to remove wastes from the home, safely convert them to effluent and return the water from the effluent to the ground water. The septic system is usually approved…

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Reservation Of Rights In A Deed (Timber, Mineral, Water Etc)

cutting down tree

There has been more than one time in history when a property owner has been awakened by the sound of drilling on his land or the noise of chain saws cutting down what he thought were his trees. Too late the property owner discovered that there was a Reservation of Rights in his deed. What…

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Property In a Flood Zone - Flood Insurance, Home Value, Risk

flooding

In searching for Country or Homestead property it is important to know if the property is in a Flood Plain. The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) definition of a Flood Plain is: any land area susceptible to being inundated by flood waters from any source. We will look at: Why it is important to…

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High Power Lines⎜Helpful Guide To Safe Home Location

high power lines

There are general guidelines that are applicable to many situations. But the only way to safely know the distance is to have the amount of electromagnetic force (EMF) measured to see if a home site is a safe distance away from high power lines.

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What Is Country Or Homestead Property Worth⎜A Helpful Guide

property value

Figuring out what a Country or Homestead property is worth can be done by anyone willing to learn a system to do so. In this article I will teach a system that allows anyone to figure out the value of a Country or Homestead property. How to figure what a Country or Homestead property is…

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Eminent Domain, Fifth Amendment Taking, Just Compensation

eminent domain

Yes if they pay you just compensation. The 5th Amendment to the US Constitution says "No person shall...be deprived of private property without due process of law, nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation."

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Land Survey⎜Why You Need One (Descriptions, Benefits, Cost)

land survey

A survey can determine the boundaries of the land, let you know what features are on the land, can tell you if a neighbor is encroaching on the land and in some instances can determine easements across the land.

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Easement To Property (Legal, Recorded, Shared, Prescriptive)

Easement Access

An Easement to Property is the right to use land belonging to someone else. You do not own the land over which you have an Easement. How you may use the land is controlled by the Type of Easement you have.

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Owner Financing Explained⎜What To Include And Avoid

Owner Financing Explained

If you do not understand the differences in a Land Sale Contract, also known as Contract For Deed and the more conventional methods of Owner Financing you could lose the property with no recourse other than suing for some of the payments made.

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Why Tennessee Is The Best Eastern State For A Homestead

middle Tennessee farm

Tennessee's tax structure and laws make it homestead friendly. Rural population density and cost of living is low. There are four seasons and plenty of time to grow a garden. Tennessee’s system of rivers and dams producing hydroelectric power gives some of the lowest electrical rates in the U.S.

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