Section 1.10.33 of "de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum", written by Cicero in 45 BC

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Community Property (a method of co-ownership for married persons only) As one of nine community property states, Arizona presumes that all property acquired by a validly married couple is community property, meaning the husband and wife each hold an undivided one-half interest and the consent of both parties is required to convey or encumber the property. READ MORE

"It was fun and easy to do. This piece of land seems to fit nicely into our investment and retirement plans. We think we will put a motor home pad on the property and use it as a winter base to escape the Minnesota and Wisconsin winters."
"It was uncomplicated-by this I mean, you get a great property (not just junk) and all the information was carefully spelled out, no credit check, easy terms, professional company, paperwork and process. My property is in a nice small rising golf course community that is sure to become an even better community in a very short time-its exciting to think about the potential. I CAN'T WAIT TO BUILD."
"I am a big stickler on convenience and price. Purchasing my land in an auction environment allowed me to get a good piece of land at a reasonable price. I am a single mom now able to afford vacation property. My land is in a good location close to Show Low, AZ."
"I would have to say the number one reason I bought land in an auction environment is the easy financing and low down payment. I am very pleased with my land. I had been looking for land in the area. It is exactly what I wanted. Your maps and package are very thorough. We had no problems locating the property. I am very satisfied and I highly recommend Sunnyland to anyone who wants to own land. Thanks again."
"I was able to get my property for much less than market value; the thrill of the auction is incredible. I never thought I would be able to afford itmy monthly payment is really affordable. My credit is poor, and I was able to buy anyway. They didn't even check my credit. I am very satisfied. No problems or complications and NO RED TAPE. Exactly as they promised. Professionally handled all the way. We did not have much experience buying land through an auction environment, but we are glad we jumped on it."
“I was real happy how easy it was to purchase a property here and what a good deal and value they were. The kids had fun and we all had a good time and we’re walking away with a couple of real nice properties.”
“I got my land for such a great price and I didn’t have to worry about financing or getting approved for a loan from an outside source. The land I purchased was in a great location, with the growth heading towards Tonopath, NV, how could I go wrong”
“Thanks for the opportunity to buy property. The property I purchased was a great buy and the auction process went smoothly.”
“This is an excellent opportunity to own land anywhere in the county. It was my first time but defiantly not the last.”
“I have used ebay auctions very successfully in the past. This gave me the ability to see the possibilities of a land purchase by auction, and through my emails with the team at SunnyLand, I sensed a professionalism that gave me a good comfort level. They answered all my questions honestly and with no sales hype. One of the advantages for us was we bought the land sight unseen from Florida. We were able to secure the land with a very small down payment and we were so delighted with the land when we visited 3 months later that we have increased our payments to pay if off earlier.”

New land owners that want to build on their property that has no water pipes in the area can become stressed about how to get water to their home. There are really two viable options that people can do in this situation. The first is to transport water in large tanks to your home site and store the water on your property. The second option is to drill a water well on your property for easy access. Depending on where exactly you live, and the availability of water in the area, transporting water to your property might be a very easy option. READ MORE - Creative Real Estate Cafe' is a virtual library of real estate investment educational resources all at the edge of your fingertips. The mission of is to provide real estate investment support, up-to-date market news, education, mentorship, and community involvement. Learn and contribute to this collective online knowledge hub by participating in this real estate education community. Just a few of the popular topics that are being discussed right now on READ MORE

Looking for Affordable Land for Sale? "Buy land, they're not making it anymore" is what Mark Twain said and rightfully so. Land has always been involved in what we now call economic development. Historically, those who owned land or had the larger landholdings, where the most prosperous people. Those who owned no land were almost always poor. Prior to the discovery and settlement of North America, personal ownership of land was inconceivable. READ MORE

What's Happening in Alamosa County, Colorado Alamosa County is one of the 64 counties of the State of Colorado of the United States. The county name is the Spanish language word for a "grove of cottonwood trees." The county population was 14,966 at U.S. Census 2000. The county seat is the City of Alamosa. County Profile! The San Luis Valley's Alamosa County is located in South Central Colorado at an elevation of 7,544 feet. The Valley, roughly the size of Connecticut, is the largest alpine valley in the world. Surrounded by majestic peaks, the Sangre de Cristo's to the east and the San Juan's to the west, mountain vistas sculpt the horizon. The famous Rio Grande originates in the San Juan Mountains and flows through the San Luis Valley. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 724 mi;. Approximate, 99% of it is land and 1% of it is water. The distance from Alamosa to Washington DC is 1,639 miles. The distance to Denver, the Colorado state capital is 168 miles. Alamosa is served by San Luis Valley Regional Airport. The only commercial service is to Denver. Alamosa is located in the Mountain Standard Time (MST) time zone, GMT-07:00. It observes Daylight Saving Time (DST). Alamosa, in Colorado's San Luis Valley, offers majestic mountain views, the winding Rio Grande, clear skies, breathing room and abundant agriculture. Local Hot Spots National Parks: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve Other protected areas Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge Great Sand Dunes Wilderness Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge Rio Grande National Forest San Luis State Park Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Colorado Alligator Farm Great Sand Dunes National Monument Climate: Number of Sunshine Days: 350 Average Summer Temperature: 65 degrees F Average Winter Temperature: 14 degrees F Average Annual Precipitation: 7.6 inches Average Annual Snowfall: 41.7 inches.

What's Happening in Apache County, Arizona?

Northern Arizona is known for its great weather natural beauty and Apache County which ranges from high desert flat lands to mountainous terrain boasts a diverse geography with some of the most spectacular views in the state. READ MORE

Bernalillo County, NM County Profile!
Bernalillo County is one of 33 counties in New Mexico. Bernalillo location: just north of Albuquerque in central New Mexico. County seat: Albuquerque The county is in the Albuquerque metro area. The estimated population in 2004 was 593,765. This was an increase of 6.66% from the 2000 census. One of the fastest-growing counties in New Mexico.  Bernalillo elevation is 5,050 feet above sea level. Communities Communities in Bernalillo County include Alameda, Albuquerque, Armijo, Cedar Crest, Chilili, Escabosa, Five Points, Isleta, Los Padillas, Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, among others. Airport: Albuquerque International Sunport The distance from Bernalillo to Washington DC is 1,693 miles. The distance to the New Mexico state capital is 42 miles. Local Hot Spots Bernalillo County Attractions: Albuquerque Biological Park Cliff's Amusement Park Rio Grande Botanic Garden Rio Grande Zoo Sandia Peak Ski Area Coronado State Monument Zia Pueblo and Mission
What's Happening in Box Elder County?
The main industry in Box Elder County is agriculture. Much of the state's dry-land wheat is grown in the county. It is well-known for its Peaches and other fruits. Dairy, cattle and sheep industries are also among the predominant parts of the economy for Box Elder County. County Profile! Located in the upper northwest corner of the state of Utah, Box Elder County is part of the Great Basin region and embraces a large land area extending from the west spur of the Wasatch Mountains to the Idaho border and westward to Nevada. It includes portions of the Great Salt Lake and the Great Salt Lake Desert. On the east are the lower course and deltas of the Bear River, the Malad River Valley, and the Promontory Mountains. Diverse in topography, the county contains rich farmlands as well as extensive marshlands at the mouth of the Bear River. It is five times larger than the entire state of Rhode Island at a length of 5,594 square miles and includes salt desert, valleys, mountains and more than 1,000 square miles of the Great Salt Lake. The population as of 2005 has reached about 46,000, a definite increase from the last census count in 1990 that showed an estimated 36,485. Local Hot Spots Box Elder County is one of the most unique places on earth. But nothing is more impressive than the mountains. From north to south, and east to west, they provide an adventure for young and old alike. They range from Kings Peak, 13,528' (4,124m) above sea level on down to Beaver Wash at 2,350' (716m). Hang gliding is new to this range, which hosts Box Elder County’s highest peak, Bull Mountain, at 9,920 feet. Surrounding canyons are wide and lush with perennial streams in the bottom. At the base, pinions mix with mountain mahogany, then sweep up to conifers.

What's Happening in Cochise County, Arizona?
Arizona is one of the fastest growing states in the nation. In fact, between 1990 and 2000, Arizona's population exploded by 40%. Cochise County has been growing and continues to grow along with the rest of Arizona. County Profile! Cochise County is located in Southeastern Arizona. Cochise County is one of the bird watching capitals of the world! See the annual Sandhill cranes coming to Willcox in the winter or catch the Southwest Wings Over Willcox Birding Festival in Bisbee. The Nature Conservancy's Ramsey Canyon Preserve in Sierra Vista is one of the top hummingbird hotspots in the world. There, and in other canyons in the Huachuca Mountains, you can find seclusion and beauty and glimpse elegant trogon, raptors, five-stripe sparrows and hundreds of other rare and exotic species of birds. Primary Industries include ranching, agriculture, and mining. Cochise County enjoys plenty of sunshine and 4 distinct seasons. Activities include: Horseback riding, museums, cultural events, hunting, and cave exploring. Local Hot Spots San Pedro Valley The world famous Kartchner Caverns State Park and its visually stunning caverns are located in this valley. Benson, Arizona and its small town charm is just minutes away from Kartchner Caverns. The Holy Trinity Monastery is a favorite among bird watchers because of its 1.3 mile-long bird sanctuary. Tombstone Long known as The Town Too Tough To Die, all of Tombstone is a Registered Historic National Landmark that thrives today as a lively center for recounting and reliving the days of famous and infamous western history. Visitors walk the same streets as Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday once did. And they experience firsthand what it was like when the guns that made history indelible were drawn at the OK Corral. Sierra Vista Sierra Vista is Cochise County's largest city and home to an array of historical, commercial and natural experiences. Fort Huachuca and the Military Intelligence Museum convey the rich history of the Fort during the Apache Wars and the facility's important modern role in safeguarding the nation. The Mall at Sierra Vista features top national retailers and family- oriented activities while the nearby San Pedro National Conservation Area stands as one of the country's premier bird watching locations.
What's Happening in Coconino County, Arizona?
Coconino County is located in the northern Arizona. The county seat is Flagstaff and is is the second-largest county by area in the contiguous United States, behind San Bernardino County, California, with its 18,661 square miles making it larger than each of the nine smallest states.
  • Coconino County contains the Grand Canyon National Park
  • The Havasupai Nation, and parts of the Navajo Nation, Hualapai Nation, and Hopi Nation.
  • Coconino is Arizona's largest county.
  • It has varied landscapes from the high desert near Sedona, to the ponderosa pine forests of Flagstaff, to the high mountain landscapes of the San Francisco Peaks.
  • Coconino County enjoys plenty of sunshine and 4 distinct seasons.
Local Hot Spots
  • Flagstaff
    • Northern Arizona University is located here and offers a premium education to about 12,000 full time students.
    • The famous Lowell Observatory (known for discovering Pluto) is located in the Flagstaff area.
  • The Grand Canyon
    • The Grand Canyon leaves all who experience it with a sense of wonder, magic and awe.
    • The Grand Canyon attracts more than 5 million tourists each year.
  • The San Francisco Peaks
    • The Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort is located here.
    • Mt. Humphries within the Peaks is othe highest point in the state.
  • Coconino National Forest
    • Coconino is one of the more beautiful forests in the western United States.
    • Camping, horseback riding, hiking, and fishing are some of the favorite activities in this area.

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