2. Your Land Can’t Be ‘Parched’
What I mean by this is your land has got to have a water source. Without water you can’t have livestock, you can’t grow anything, and if you’d like basic amenities you can’t have those either.
So you need to check the land to see if there is a creek, is it hooked to city water, or does it have a well on it.
If it doesn’t, then you’ll need to consider the cost to add a water source to the property. One solution is to place a tank in the ground and haul in water.
But that still requires money. So you’ll need to know all of this to make sure you don’t overextend yourself on the purchase price.
Or to consider if you even want a piece of property that you’ll have to create a water source for.