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Lic.Gregory Kearney Lawson wrote at 2014-05-10 23:42:51
The best way is to have a good idea of what you want, size, type of property,area you prefer, amount you plan on investing, climate etc.

Then decide on a property you like and find a good attorney to do the due diligence and investigation and transfer of the property.

Lic.Gregory Kearney Lawson

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