What is the catch with these real estate?

João Silva

Active Member
I have bridge (London) for sale in very good condition, fraction of overall value. Will finance. Also old Tower (Eiffel) in Paris, negotiable. Hot property, wont last long. Bank transfer is best.
I won´t miss for notthing ;) but serious you´re right. It´s too good to be true. Some people say that Bulgaria house is the cheapest of world but this is ridiculous.
 

UScorp

Building Trust
Entrepreneur
There is real Estate available for this prices. Hungaria / Bulgaria even in the US and Germany these properties are on the market. BUT mostly in areas you don't want to be buried. Lot of renovation works, almost impossible to sell or rent
 

Bmw850

Building Trust
Entrepreneur
I have bridge (London) for sale in very good condition, fraction of overall value. Will finance. Also old Tower (Eiffel) in Paris, negotiable. Hot property, wont last long. Bank transfer is best.
How much for the Eiffel tower and do you accept escrow?
 

João Silva

Active Member
There is real Estate available for this prices. Hungaria / Bulgaria even in the US and Germany these properties are on the market. BUT mostly in areas you don't want to be buried. Lot of renovation works, almost impossible to sell or rent
Then, it´s not useful as investment. But I wonder if is it useful for someone who want a discrete home for growth their own food with their own water source and solar energy?
 

sierra

Member
Then, it´s not useful as investment. But I wonder if is it useful for someone who want a discrete home for growth their own food with their own water source and solar energy?
More than one associate has retired to certain parts of the EU for not an immense capital outlay if all you seek are these sorts of requirements.
 

Bit Tilted

Active Member
There is still homesteading in Alaska and Canadian Yukon, off grid. Remote, in Alaska the state will allow you so many acres, and after so many years of homesteading on the land (I think 7) the land is deeded to you. If your young, and the self sufficient type it can be awesome way of life. Good Luck, I know a large percentage of those who try fail. Harsh winters.
 

sierra

Member
There is still homesteading in Alaska and Canadian Yukon, off grid. Remote, in Alaska the state will allow you so many acres, and after so many years of homesteading on the land (I think 7) the land is deeded to you. If your young, and the self sufficient type it can be awesome way of life. Good Luck, I know a large percentage of those who try fail. Harsh winters.
I'd call the slight lack of arable land in AK a "catch".
 
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