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Land Special of the Week – 448 Red Cloud

This weeks’ gem is Parcel 448 on RedCloud Drive. It’s a real beauty, and next to 640 acres of State Trust Land. It’s like being in a lovely high desert park! $24,900 – 40.14 acres

Value priced. Lush vegetation including Joshua Trees, Ocotillo, Barrel Cactus, Juniper, Palo Christie, and loads of wildflowers.

Across Red Cloud is 640 acres of State Trust Land for additional privacy. Dark skies for astronomical pleasure, and excellent mountain vistas!

Hualapai, Mohave, Black Mountains – lovely views. Surveyed, staked 100% Water & mineral rights.

Get to where you’ve always wanted to be – the beautiful high desert of Northwest Arizona. Big 40.14 acres.

Private, yet has easy access to main roads. One of my personal favorites. Owner may carry with decent down. Do not miss this one!

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Land Special of the Week Stagecoach Trails Parcel 408D

This weeks’ gem is Stagecoach Trails parcel 408D  for 10.04 big acres. Update: SOLD

Nicely vegetated with a wide variety of desert flora.

It has a rustic cattle chute & corral area with old water tank. Dark skies for astronomical viewing, and exceptional mountain vistas! Hualapai, Mohave, Black Mountains – lovely views in every direction. Surveyed, staked 100% Water & mineral rights.

408C is also available if you’d like another 10 acre piece. Call for details. Get to where you’ve always wanted to be – the beautiful high desert of Northwest Arizona.

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News – April 8, 2020

It’s been a busy time here at the ranch. Not surprisingly, everyone who has been on the fence about buying land feels more motivated. I have clients who would love to come to their property and get away from the madness of the city, but they are locked down in Socal, and can’t leave. I believe that we’ll have a big uptick once the lockdown is lifted.

Some days, I feel a little depressed about it all. The anxiety of not knowing the future is disconcerting, and I feel a bit of unease in every waking moment.

Thankfully, I have our garden. Though it probably wouldn’t be enough to keep us from being a bit leaner later on, it’s relaxing, and I always leave the phone up at the house so as to have a brief moment of calm in the flurry. Having 40 acres means I don’t have to sit in the house, and that helps I think.

I’m also thankful of my career as a land broker. I have helped many people to move to this beautiful area. The solar off grid life is not the easiest, but there are many rewards that make the lack of convenience worth it.

Real estate sales are not easy. I’m reminded of the old adage that we in real estate just work half days, you know, 12 hours a day. It’s true!

For the buyers today, my job is just to know what’s best out there for the money. Stagecoach Trails being over 130,000 acres offers a variety of terrains and locations. Zeroing in on what the needs of the buyer are long term seems to be the most important thing.

Educating buyers on costs to do a well, septic, solar etc. may have prevented some financial mishaps (and cost a few sales.) Truth is that it really does cost more than you realize to get it all set up. If I can keep folks grounded in reality as to what it takes to live off grid, I feel it’s best for all of us in the long run.

For sellers the key is pricing. What one wants is not always what the market will bear. We’d all have loved to sold any stock investments in February, ah but it’s too late.

We have an abundance of inventory, but for the first time since the market started dropping in earnest in 2009, we are seeing some slight appreciation upward. There are fewer and fewer “bargains.” Buyers take note!

To all of you reading, please leave a comment or two. Thanks for stopping by! -Ben