If you are like me, you may be a little intimidated by the prospect of shopping for and buying land. Unlike traditional homes, there isn’t much help out there for people hoping to buy rural off grid land. After my two years long search for my own land, let me help you through this by sharing what I have learned through the process.
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For many people, the quickest and simplest way to move on to their own plot of land is to live in an RV or motor home. In my own off grid journey I’ve researched this path extensively. And, since many people are confused it they can legally live in an RV at all, I’ve decided to share what I’ve found.
People who considering living off grid are often concerned that it may not be legal to live the lifestyle that they want. While generally increasing in popularity, going against the grain by living off grid can be a bit unnerving when you get started. However, with a few common sense practices and a some basic knowledge you should be alright.
When getting started with an off grid property, often the first question you might have is, “What do zoning laws allow me to do with my property.” Often, this questions can be hard to answer. Follow along and I’ll share everything I’ve learned about sleuthing out zoning ordinances over the years.
For many the idea of going off grid seems like a unubtainable dream. But, let me be the first to tell you that going off grid can be obtained without owning land, and without having a lot of money in the bank. All you need is a few creative ideas to get started.
In the years I’ve spent learning about and living off grid, the most common question I encountered was how can someone legally live off grid. There is a lot of bad information out there on off grid regulations Here, I’m going to cover the details of what you need to know to live off grid legally, or at least cleverly to avoid legal trouble.