Cheap Land for Sale in Oklahoma
As the cannon went off at high noon on April 22, 1889, 50,000 people stampeded into the new Oklahoma territories in an attempt to stake their claim to new lands opened up for settlement. These people rushed into the new territories on horseback, covered wagons and on foot. Over 120 years later people are still rushing to buy Oklahoma land except that today they are arriving by automobile, airplane or via the Internet. Oklahoma became the 46th state admitted to the union on November 16, 1907, and contains 68,667 square miles and a population of approximately 3.8 million. Oklahoma City is the state capital and largest city with Tulsa the second largest.
If you are interested in buying cheap land then the state of Oklahoma offers some of the best opportunities available anywhere in the United States. The southeast portion of Oklahoma is forested with beautiful rolling hills, streams and ponds. In fact this part of the state might offer the cheapest prices in the entire United States for this type of property. Southeast Oklahoma has cheap land prices, strong market demand and almost non-existence building or subdivision regulations.
The term “cheap” land refers to the combined price, terms and qualification process as opposed to the price alone. For instance a 20-acre parcel for $49,995 with just $495 down and $495 per month with guaranteed seller financing and absolutely no credit checks is cheaper than a five-acre lot for $20,000 with terms of $5,000 down and requiring a thorough credit check. Furthermore 20-acre tracts for $49,995 are priced at $2,500 per-acre while five-acre lots for $20,000 are priced at $4,000 per-acre. Since the Pilgrims landed in 1620 and Americans began migrating west, land dealers have made fortunes buying large tracts of land by the acre and selling smaller tracts by the parcel!
There is more to consider in buying cheap rural land, however, than the price itself. While the price is of paramount importance developmental and subdivision regulations are also major concerns. Oklahoma has one of the most lenient building codes and subdivision regulations of any state in the union. Unlike state and county bureaucrats in many states the governmental officials in Oklahoma present very little regulations or obstructive policies for someone who wants to buy land and build a residence or subdivide their land. The outlaying counties welcome new residents and the bureaucrats don’t discourage people who might want to live “off the grid.” How refreshing compared to many states today!
In summary Oklahoma offers some of the cheapest priced land deals with the best purchase terms to be found anywhere in the United States and is an excellent place to acquire a large tract of cheap land!
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