Good Morning Agents/Brokers/FSBO’s/ and all other unclassified, 100% essential (we know how important you all are) personnel! AllAcres.comhas been hard at work in the R and D room coming up with ways to make sure that we become the most efficient, easiest to use, most visible, and friendliest land listing website available on the internet (the whole thing!) So what does this mean?

1: Blogs will be coming back soon! We know that ya’ll love data! It’s the nature of the beast in the real estate industry, and what better place to get land for sale values, forms and functions that the people that obsess over it, right? But for right now, our efforts are being placed where they belong… making sure that your land listings are visible, and that people who are in the market for buying land for sale are finding out about!

Secondly: Newsletters. Again, they will be back. Sharper, and better than ever. Logic alert– if you have land for sale in the United States, and you feel like maybe getting that message out to multiple thousands of people, twice a month would be a good idea, you might consider grabbing up one of our available “Property Of The Week” spots (yeah, we know, the newsletter will be every other week, BUT– that doesn’t mean that a week in and of itself isn’t an individual week, so therefore the logic behind “Property Of The Week” still stands.) We begin that offering in just a few weeks!

C: We can’t drop too much of a spoiler on this one. But let’s just say we are working on merging two worlds: Social Media and Land Sales. But you say, “Pshaw! That’s been done for years. Agencies and Brokerages are all over Facebook, Twitter, etc.” True– but that’s not what we are talking about. Those sites are theirs, is yours and ours! Whether you are a land sales specialist, or an Average-Jeff-12 pack looking to buy land…  just wait…you’re going to love it!

Talk at you soon!


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What is Allodial Title?

Posted by admin on September 19, 2013

When a property is held in allodium, it means that the owner has full and complete rights to it. There is no landlord, no building permits, no taxes, and no applicable by-laws. The owner has absolute title over the property, and the property is owned free and clear from everyone- including banks and all levels of government- and ownership can only be lost when the person dies and leaves it to more than one heir.

Before you get too excited and start searching for tax-free, affordable investment property, know that allodial titles don’t exist in North America anymore: they were abolished after the Great Depression. However, two states- Nevada and Texas- recently dabbled in limited allodial title policies that were designed to protect owners from the tax increases that often result from unincorporated land becoming part of a municipality. Unfortunately, the Nevada allodial title provisions were abolished in 2005, and there are questions as to whether Texas ever went through with theirs as a result of Nevada’s fate.

One form of allodial land that actually does exist in the United States today belongs to Native Americans, and is the reason they aren’t required to pay taxes on their property (this includes businesses that operate on the land.) However, because the allodial title is not in one owner’s name, but rather held communally, in the end it is like having no property rights at all.

For any questions about real estate issues like allodial titles, please go to As a nationally trusted realty resource, connects buyers and sellers with a wide variety of acreages: from ranches and affordable investment property to farms and commercial land for sale, it’s all in one convenient place. Whether you’re thinking, “I’d like to sell my land online” or “I need to find vacant lots for sale,” can help. To learn more, or to begin searching commercial land for sale, contact us online.

You might start now. Especially since it would appear that on July 9th, ADOT announced that they had narrowed down their potential routes from a Phoenix to Tucson train, to three. The awesome part is, although this wouldn’t be considered a “bullet train” due to speeds, the expect MPH of the passenger train could get as high as 125 miles per hour! Would you like to be able to get to Tucson in one hour?

I bet you would! And so would TONS of potential homebuyers. So with that said, what do you think makes sense for the upcoming Real Estate Market in that …very…very vast region? Click Here to read more!

Market Snapshot: Northwest Valley

Posted by admin on August 28, 2013

Market Snapshot: NorthWest Valley

It’s amazing to think that just a few short months ago, there were a plethora of properties listed for sale! Now, land for sale in the NorthWest Valley has dried up, and whereas before there were parcels of land for sale that offered acreage sizes of all kinds, now it appears one must be content with 1′s and 2′s.

As of today, from land for sale in Peoria, Arizona to the far reach of Morristown, Arizona…there are a total of 50 parcels of land for sale (listed). That’s it. So while title companies desks’, valleywide are buckling under escrow, those who are trying to get their bids in are having a hard time keeping up. Imagine trying to jump onto an already spinning merry-go-round, with all the spots filled. You still want to play, but getting on-board could be painful!

The crazy part is the deals can still be found with just a little bit of research, but you have to be ready to act. There’s no room for him-hawing about.  For example, one listing in Peoria, with water and power on the lot is listed for $425,000 (keep in mind, this part of Peoria, Arizona is considered….”the spot”….as in, minutes from Arrowhead Mall, and seconds from the Loop 101-N.), whereas 40 minutes away down the US60 in Surprise, the same amount of money buys you….an orchard! No seriously, fruit trees. It’s a true testament to the wavey, and unpredictable real estate market that is currently trending up!

The best thing that you can do, is stay savvy. With that said, it’s a darn good thing you have an advocate like AllAcres to help keep you abreast of trends and changes! Keep your eyes peeled, and always check in with– Your Total Source For Land Sales!

5 Things You Need for Off-Grid Living

Posted by admin on August 22, 2013

Living off the grid: to some it sounds like a dream, and to others- a total nightmare. It takes a certain resourcefulness and adaptability to do away with convenient municipal services and live according to your own codes, in harmony with nature. So before you start researching cheap land for sale to build your new off-grid home, here are five things you need to really make it work:

      The Right Disposition

If you are sturdy, spirited, committed to sustainability, and don’t mind hard work and sacrifice, you’ll likely do fine living off-grid. Plus, there are different levels of this lifestyle- some with very rustic heat and food storage and others with handy power-generated stations- so you can make it work for you.

      A Suitable Site

Remote regions that don’t require building codes work best: look for affordable land for sale in lightly populated counties with landscapes you admire. Check with the county for things like restrictive codes/covenants and legal access via roads and paths before you go ahead and buy land online.

      Power System

It can be expensive, but modern technology has made alternative electricity sources readily available: consider hydropower, wind turbines and solar systems, depending on the area. Large batteries, backup generators, and propane can power appliances, while good old-fashioned wood provides heat.

      Water System

A potable water supply is key to living off-grid- keep that in mind when negotiating any land for sale by owner. Consider either a water well with pump and collection tank, and/or a rain barrel for collecting water. Test water regularly to ensure its safety; additional purification and filtration systems can always be implemented.

Waste System

Even areas without building codes likely have sewage regulations. Septic tanks with buried leach field, open-air lagoon pits, and composting toilets are all acceptable for most regions. Remember: personal septic systems require continuous maintenance and inspections to ensure proper functioning.

If this all sounds within your means and you’d like to look for cheap land for sale to begin your off-grid lifestyle, please visit Our nationally acclaimed online land directory can help people sell or buy land online quickly and conveniently. Rural land is our specialty, and we’d be happy to help you find affordable land for sale -by owner or realtor- that suits your specific lifestyle needs. Contact us online to learn how AllAcres can help you buy land online today.