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Old 02-10-2012, 7:39 AM
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http://www.survivalrealty.com/2012/0...untaintop.html
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Old 02-10-2012, 8:01 AM
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Very nice!!
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Old 02-10-2012, 8:37 AM
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too bad its in california He'd have to move all that way and would still be behind the iron curtain. A few more miles and he'd be in Oregon.

Otherwise looks like a really neat BOL. Cabin is a BIT small.
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Old 02-10-2012, 8:37 AM
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I saw that place yesterday when someone wrote about survivalrealty. That place has water, power, but it does not say anything about septic (is that a given?).

$155k doesn't seem to bad for property/cabin with water/power and backs against Forest Service. Similar place in Oregon would be much cheaper.
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Old 02-10-2012, 8:41 AM
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I think this is a better deal and it's in Oregon. I would buy this house instantly if I can retire now but still got to feed my Rutgrats and send them off to college first.. lol


http://www.survivalrealty.com/2012/0...at-oregon.html
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Old 02-10-2012, 9:11 AM
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Nice properties both.....$150k cheaper than the one posted by PC a few days ago in the mid west. People selling should learn to provide a google earth image; they are quite helpful
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I think this is a better deal and it's in Oregon. I would buy this house instantly if I can retire now but still got to feed my Rutgrats and send them off to college first.. lol


http://www.survivalrealty.com/2012/0...at-oregon.html
That looks like a decent deal. First things first though, a Benelli to that pink kitchen tile...
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Old 02-11-2012, 2:30 AM
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Hahaha..... This guy kills me!
http://www.survivalrealty.com/2008/0...p-retreat.html
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Million dollars?!?! Dudes crazy...
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Old 02-11-2012, 9:23 AM
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I think he has one to many zeros on that price.
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Old 02-12-2012, 8:25 AM
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You have to be kidding - 10 acres for $155k? Here is a REAL deal

40 acres, 2700 sq ft house in AZ - $89,000

http://www.homefinder.com/AZ/Saint_J...d_Valley_Ranch
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theres gold in them thar hills!
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theres gold in them thar hills!
Its unproven, and if its never been mined before its likely theres not much gold in them hills.

If you go blast a tellings pile and have it tested, im sure you will find it would cost more to get it out of the ground than you would harvest in gold. Theres gold in pretty much EVERY mountain around here, where 1 ounce of gold per ton of ore is considered a decent yeild.

The cost to mine it however, especially including improvements, could be astronomical. If the gold isnt in a vein near the surface, your looking at hundreds of thousands of dollars to drill, blast, and fortify an actual mine. Add to that equipment, and labor and its not so profitable. This is if you plan on shipping the ore out to a refinery, if you want to process the ore on site your looking at quite a bit more

That plot wouldnt be worth a million dolars even if there was a proven mine with a cabin on it. Let alone a meager 19 acres of wilderness with the vague promise its got some gold round there somewhere
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Old 02-12-2012, 10:28 PM
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Its unproven, and if its never been mined before its likely theres not much gold in them hills.

If you go blast a tellings pile and have it tested, im sure you will find it would cost more to get it out of the ground than you would harvest in gold. Theres gold in pretty much EVERY mountain around here, where 1 ounce of gold per ton of ore is considered a decent yeild.

The cost to mine it however, especially including improvements, could be astronomical. If the gold isnt in a vein near the surface, your looking at hundreds of thousands of dollars to drill, blast, and fortify an actual mine. Add to that equipment, and labor and its not so profitable. This is if you plan on shipping the ore out to a refinery, if you want to process the ore on site your looking at quite a bit more

That plot wouldnt be worth a million dolars even if there was a proven mine with a cabin on it. Let alone a meager 19 acres of wilderness with the vague promise its got some gold round there somewhere
i was being sarcastic. lol i shoulda added that smiley at the end. but youre completely right. what a load to put that in the listing!
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