Welcome to the beta launch of LandBuddy ™, a place where you can find new off-grid friends and form groups to share land, acquire real estate and other resources (no commercial postings please).
Looking for the perfect bug-out location? Real Estate prices are high. Or perhaps you already have some forest or agricultural real estate and are looking for others to share the land? But who?
Or, maybe you’re just intrigued by this idea of living off the grid, and you want to meet some folks who are building a community together, and help out a bit.
Whichever your interest, Off-Grid.net’s new LandBuddy service is for you. Real estate prices may have fallen but good land is still out of the reach of most. And finding other people who also want to live in an off the grid community in the same region as you is really hard.
We are here to help change that.
Simply mark the place on the map where you ideally want to go off the grid, or give the zip code where your land is to be found, and write the general area where you are considering off-grid living in the title of your posting.
Tell us all about yourself,and browse places that others have pinpointed on the map. Read about them and contact them via the site.,
As more people register on LandBuddy and the map fills up, you will find others in your chosen area with whom you can make plans, share land and pool skills and resources.
After making your initial posting please do come back and let everyone in the Landbuddy community know of your progress, and any pitfalls that may occur.
Please also post up video of your site, or yourself and embed it on the LandBuddy site.
As time goes by send us more video, stills, and diaries of your off-grid communities that form (or dissolve).
Please bear with us as we tweak the software.
Good luck to all.
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