arable land in upstate NY or northern PA?

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  • Tue, Jul 14, 2020 - 06:34pm

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    Yeo Man 313

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    arable land in upstate NY or northern PA?

been looking for a hundred acres or so that I can rent or buy so that my family and I can make a home and practice regenerative ag on.

everything online is way outside of our price range. as it stands I’ve been stacking precious metals and waiting for real estate values to drop during a deflationary spiral, but between COVID and the Riots I’m starting to grow concerned that the day will never come.

Anyone know any good resources for finding land?

  • Wed, Jul 15, 2020 - 09:24am

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    Lynn Bayly

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    arable land in upstate NY or northern PA?

Hello,

We have 87.6 acres farm/wooded that we are interested in selling in the southern tier of NY. The address is 275 Trim St, Kirkwood, NY. Google it and take a look. If interested, give us a yell. 607-206-4850

  • Wed, Jul 15, 2020 - 09:32am

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    Mohammed Mast

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    arable land in upstate NY or northern PA?

I left the NE a long time ago so I am not aware of anything in that regard. I am a Real Estate broker however and can see that you have 2 options. One is you might have to look for a smaller less expensive piece of land. If you are wishing to do ag you do not need 100+ acres. Curtis Stone is well worth looking into. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-BlDCX__nCLs_ZF9meYQbw

It is not the amount of land you have it is what you do with it.

Your 2nd option is to expand your target area. There are much less expensive properties around the country.

I suggest you also read up on Joel Skousen who has written widely on these subjects. I have his book the “Secure Home”. He also has a book “Strategic Relocation”. Both are excellent resources. Good Luck

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