My feeble male brain can only process pictures, and here's a great one of land values over the last 40 years.
The argument made by the creators of this image, is that the value of land is what actually appreciates, not the improvements (home, garage, etc.) built on it.  There is sound merit to that argument, in that structures built on land deteriorate and depreciate over time, thus slowly losing value.  This image truly is visual reinforcement of the old real estate adage, 'location, location, location...'  There are two important thing I always tell my clients when looking for a home: 1. You can never change the location of the land you own so have an idea of the lifestyle you want when looking; and 2. A wet basement is the only thing you can potentially never fix with a home.
 


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04/19/2016 5:15am

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01/09/2017 8:24am

My aunt owns huge hectares of land. She's not that rich but she invested for it since before she got married that's why it grew big. She's a really nice person and she helped us in so many things especially in finances. She's now offering to give some hectares of her land. We're so grateful that we have such an amazing person like her in our family.

05/14/2016 1:08am

The prices will now start to drop of the houses. Get an rushessay to write the description for you infographic gifs so as to describe them.

07/09/2016 5:47am

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04/12/2017 9:32am

It is obviously that the life becomes more expensive, But we choose to spend more money than we have.


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