State By State Platting Exception List
We all know that subdividing a property is an excellent way to force appreciation on a piece of land. But did you know that not all subdivisions are the same? When we think of subdivisions, we tend to think of infrastructure like roads and utilities or community amenities like parks and pools. But there's another type of subdivision, one that lets you fly under the radar. This type of subdivision allows you to sidestep engineers, public hearings, and lengthy review processes. Not every state allows for these types of subdivisions, and those that do have different sets of qualifying criteria. Until now, the challenge has been knowing which states have what are called exceptions to the platting rule and which ones don't. Even more challenging is understanding the qualifying criteria for each of these states.
We've solved that problem for you by conducting an extensive research effort to answer these exact questions saving you a massive amount of time and frustration trying to figure it all out on your own. This type of information is typically reserved for our coaching group, but now we are making it available to the land investor community as a whole. The State by State Platting Exception List is a complete rundown of all 50 states identifying which states have these exceptions and even better, the qualifying criteria for each! This is a massive value for an investor that wants to get into the world of forced appreciation through subdivisions.
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