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Seeking Help with Land, STX

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Hello there everybody. As always, I hope all is well with you. I am looking for some assistance in networking (once again) and cannot think of a better place to go!

As I hope to increase my plant stock to around 2,000 plants in various forms (seedlings, small pots, large pots and in ground plants as plants to be propagated), I am looking for 1/4-1/2 acre (or more if I can afford it!) preferably going West from St. Croix. I am not seeking to build, but some degree of being fairly level is important to keep the pots upright.

As I am on disability, and going through that process did not do great things for my credit, I would need to find some form of owner financing on land that is perhaps owned but not used, or even having the intention of using it. I need no utilities although having future access to water would be important.

I can commit up to $400 per month of my disability check towards this land per month until I recieve my retroactive reimbursement, at which time I can pay in full. I would be willing to pay the attorney's fee or half of it, whichever makes sense, if someone were willing to work with me.

I am an extremely honest and integritous person, and have never not paid something, save for right after my accident when I didn't even know my own name.

Any leads would be appreciated. As it may be important to the person, I also have no plans on stripping land, but rather working around what is there, and only removing our beloved Tan Tan and other brush so the plants again can find a home.

My email address is, and I hope to commit to under 23K for this venture.

Thank you again for any support you can render me,


Posted : January 19, 2007 9:36 am
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Have you talked to the folks who run the organic vegetable operation across from Cheeseburgers? There appears to be some unused land, maybe, even water at that location.

Posted : January 19, 2007 3:31 pm
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Do you need to own the land? If it is for your business/pleasure, why not lease a bit of land and save your cash? I'm sure there are people that would be happy to put a small piece of property to good use... maybe even for free. Just a thought.

Posted : January 19, 2007 6:58 pm
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