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http://www.landcentral.com/search/oregon?page=2

I have been watching this website for years . Once in a while they have some really good deals. There are a couple of 40 acre and 20 acre parcels in Oregon right now but I am not familiar with the area. Just thought I would pass this along for anybody who is looking for land right now.
 
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I checked out the website. Sorry, but I was not impressed by the prices.
Much better deals on ebay ( no reserve search).
and www,farmcredit.com
 
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there is also landwatch.com

i am really having a time finding an affordable one acre or smaller parcel near casper, WY
looking to move out and want to actually own home and land but its expensive around here and too far of a commute to and from work in a lot of other places...
 
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Ya landwatch is much better. So how close to Casper do you want to be?
 
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well within a 45 min drive, any longer is really too far of a commute every day to and from work... and at that point i may as well just go home on weekends and live in a camper conversion van the rest of the week... not ideal working in the oil and gas industry, dont want petrol based stuff on me all week only getting washed away on weekends
 
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I havent, thanks for the link, checking it out right now...
 
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didnt have much for cheaper, small lots for moving out though
and lots of pictures below that short list of properties, but not sure what theyre for because i can click on em but it only brings up a larger img, instead of the page for the land that its on and how much it is...
 
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