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A Better Way Living - A Community Project

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I know many of you have talked about doing a land purchase before. I am forming an intentional community based on non-aggression and permaculture principles. There are many obstacles to overcome but I have figured out a solution.

I have launched a business to purchase a large piece of land in NH, ideally 200 acres, where you can build what you want for a home on your own time. A place where we can create our own community.
Most people get stuck trying to overcome the financial hurdle of doing this. This is why I have spent the last several months constructing a business plan that would allow people to live their dream. This is a solution for good times and bad. In good times a business needs to make money, and this will. In bad times we will all need a group of mutually supportive people, a prepared and self sustaining community.

I am currently seeking investors with a minimum of $25,000 to invest.
I will be seeking ‘participants’ who would be leasing a lot on a 99 year term, guaranteed renewable and saleable after we purchase a piece of land.
If you are interested in learning more, please email me with your FORUM name and whether you are interested as an investor, participant or both. I will be scheduling group meetings for those who may be interested.

BetterWayLiving @ gmail dot com.
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Will you also be investing $25,000 that you already have ?

Penny Francis
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Of course. Along with all the research and planning I have already done, engaged an attorney and formed an LLC and all the time I have and will be putting in to finding the investors, residents and managing the project. My family and I will also be living there full time as soon as we are able to build a home.
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