Many people want to know exactly “How to Buy Land.” I personally see and know approximately how many people type those exact words into Google everyday. LoopNet also attracts the largest community of commercial real estate professionals looking for Land with more than 7 million members comprised of brokers, corporate executives, service providers, and more than 3 million buyers, tenants and other principals.
This year we have noticed a marked increase in the both the number of enquiries about Ljubljana real estate as well as overall transactions, we ourselves have sold more this year than last and while generally it is still the foreign buyer who is buying enquiries from locals have also increased slowly.
It is such a commonplace thing today to transfer land from one person to another, a process known in law as alienation, that it is perhaps hard to realize that there was a time when it was impossible to do so. There are two distinct ways of transferring land; it may be done during the lifetime of the tenant, transfer inter vivos (“between living people”) as it is called or it may happen on his death, either because he leaves a will giving it to someone else, or, if he dies without making a will (“intestate”) then it will pass to the person entitled on an intestacy according to the rule governing such matters.
Finding a home in your city 10 minutes away is nice to do on the Internet, but when you’re looking for a farm or ranch for sale 100 to 500 miles from your home it’s much more critical to be able to pull up these properties in your office or home, find that perfect one – then go take a look.
There are much better investment opportunities, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, rental properties or, quite frankly, heading to Las Vegas for the weekend (where, by the way, many an investor has learned some tough land investment lessons in the past decade!).