Rosco Heber wrote: Cleburne Co. Found this site looking for info on rocket stoves. Find there is lots I'm interested in besides that. Building a greenhouse now, big garden and getting more into food storage. I'm a machinist, welder and half ass know it all. Always getting new ideas so this will be a good place to find people with some depth of knowledge.
Very much into being thrifty.
Janet Branson wrote:Heber Springs or Bust! My grandfather is there and I plan to have my tiny house delivered to an RV park in Tumbling Shoals unless someone has a better idea. (Open to suggestions!) The park idea is just temporary while I find a few acres in Cleburne county, most likely owner financed. It is a relief to learn there are permies in the neighborhood. I too am interested in joining a community of like-minded folks.
Laurie Belle wrote:Conway area here
Janet Branson wrote:You are right Roscoe; get a job first then buy land. I hope to find something with beautiful views like this one. How would you go about looking for land around there? I check craigslist, landwatch,com, and realtor.com regularly, but I think land like this might more likely be sold by the owner and not formally listed with an agent. What do you think of Arkansas's dual-agency practice? With the agents I discussed it with thus far, it seems pretty slimy. Think I'd rather avoid real estate agents all together. It does not seem like they are adding any layers of confidence to a potential purchase.
Rosco Heber wrote:"they call it a hunters dream." That means its mostly vertical and there is no road going there. Nearest electrical is going to be a mile away. Usually you can tell by the price. If its the cheapest/acre thats it.