Good or bad decision?

Good or bad decision? Topic: What is a research action plan
July 18, 2019 / By Antonia
Question: so heres the deal: My aunt and her family are looking for a new, bigger house...but, they dont have a whole lot of money to spend. My family just so happens to be looking for a farm to keep some horses on in the same area. So, we had this idea to kill 2 birds with one stone and look for a farm with a bigger house on it that they could live on. We have been looking for about a year with no luck but we stumbled upon with gorgeous 40 acres for sale and my dad made a crazy offer on it and they ended up accepting. We have the land under contract but my dad is having second thoughts about it. We do not need all 40 acres so our plan was to sell off 25 of it. Also, this property does not have a house. Anyway, we have the farm under contract and we do not know what we should do. We do not want to build the house until the 25 acres is sold and that might take some time. But, this land is beautiful and has a lot of potential to be a really good investment for the price we have it for now. We close in 2 weeks and my dad is about to call it off. What do you think is the best decision?? I would like to add that my dad has researched everything possible about the farm and he knows it will zone and divide well and it is possible to build a house on it.
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Zackary Zackary | 1 day ago
He needs to do some research on the lot. Just because he wants to sub-divide the land does not mean that he can. He needs to talk to the county planning office about sub-dividing and to make sure he would allowed to build a house on the new lot at all. He also needs to find out how much this is going to cost him, it will be a pretty penny, and take that into account before he decides what is the best course of action.
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