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    Real Estate Note- Hyperinflation Protection?

    Buyer wants to keep it undeveloped and do permaculture, so no home planned with construction loan.
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    Real Estate Note- Hyperinflation Protection?

    My realtor says an offer is coming in on my undeveloped land for sale. bank finance not possible. Likely 25% down, owner finance. With Covid, destruction of small businesses, massive debt and globalists talking about a financial "Reset", I'm concerned about long term, fixed rate financing by me.
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    Real Estate Note- Hyperinflation Protection?

    California. Any contract using value besides the US dollar, as debased as it is, would be a hard sell. A seller's principal would be protected if the contract required payment in gold, dividing the principal financed by the price of gold at contract date, That does not protect interest and...
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    Real Estate Note- Hyperinflation Protection?

    Can a seller offer owner financing at a certain interest rate and protect the amount due from hyperinflation or a currency collapse? For example, a seller takes back a note for $150,000 at 5% over 10 years but the country experiences hyperinflation wiping out the value of the note in the middle...
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    Excessive Fines?

    Nope. I have the case docs. Zoned residential, same code sections. Storing inop vehicles. No commercial allowed, no use permit. The double standards apparently gets down to whatever the code enforcement officer wants to do. I will bring this to the Court’s attention when I file suit.
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    Excessive Fines?

    Can't argue with most of your points. But the issue I'm examining are the charges of continuing violations and fines. The same county recently granted a five year period to clean up a wrecking yard on top of a mountain. In fact, the decision was not to clean it up in five years, but to "make...
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    Excessive Fines?

    Yes, that's correct according to one of my contacts. In the case of whether it's growing or, in my case, a zoning issue, your first recourse is to appeal to a single hearing officer hired by the county to conduct hearings once a month. Beyond that, your appeal rights are trial de novo or writ...
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    Excessive Fines?

    Understand your point about nuisances. But the question is not about whether a zoning decision is wrong or whether the owner made mistakes, but rather when excessive fines comes into play. Recently there was an article about home owners in Dunedin, Fla. being cited with large fines for...
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    Excessive Fines?

    Thanks for the response. To fill in some details, I have been cited for fines multiple times with accumulating penalties with a huge quantity of new products for sale with no place to go. We're talking about months to move a business with supplies after a new location is found. So your...
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    Excessive Fines?

    What is the name of your state? California My county in California recently adopted an ordinance by which they issue administrative citations for such things as neglected properties. The ordinance maintains that these citations can be issued "each and every day" the violation exists. I'm a...

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