How to Buy Land When You’re Living Paycheck to Paycheck

When you’re living paycheck to paycheck you feel like you can’t ever get any momentum, you’re spinning your tires. You’re not suffering but your life is boring and a trudge. When you look into the future all you see is more of the same treadmill. At the same time you feel like you have more to offer, you could do more and accomplish more, but you’re stuck in the consumer rat race rut.

Now I’m going to show you one way you can get out of the rut, so hopefully you can do it.

First you need to free up enough money to make the monthly payment on your land.

No matter where you live or where you work you can cut your bills to where you have extra money every month.

My land was $76 a month.

If you spend $10 a day eating out that’s $300 a month. There’s your land. I have lots of recipe videos on my website check ‘em out.

Are you paying for cable tv or satellite tv every month??? Cancel it.

Your cell phone is another huge bill that’s dragging you down, you can’t cancel your cell phone like you can cancel the cable, but you can switch to a no contract plan. These plans are way cheaper and better. I use straight talk, and really like it because I get what I need and save money, and they’re not paying me to say this in any way.

The next step is to find land that’s owner financed. There are a lot of good places to look, and you would be surprised how much land is out there owner financed. In my book I tell you the best places to look, including some that you might never have thought of.

You just need to know how to look for it, because it’s not advertised like the land that’s with real estate agents or on websites. But it’s out there and you would be surprised how much.

In my book I tell you some good places to look, If you want to check out my book “Becky’s Guide To Buying Land” the link is in the description.

Why is owner financing good for a person who’s living paycheck to paycheck?

You have more negotiating power because you’re dealing with the owner and can work out a good deal. With the bank there is no negotiating, it’s take it or leave it. And the deal is always better on the banks side, they always get the big end of the stick.

The owner financing might not have to but they want to.

Once you find your perfect piece of land there are a lot of details involved that you need to know so you get a really good deal at great price. And all that I talk about in my book, click here to learn more.