Oddly eough in the mid sized midwestern town I call home the bulk share of jobs were deemed essential. That being said I thought construction would slow down, but I am having a hard time getting a contractor for a remodel I am doing to a rental at the end of this month.
I heard Billy Gene say on a facebook ad recently "there is the still the same amount of money out there folks, people are just being a little more careful in what to spend."
Daniel Bear and Quinn have been staying at my house for the last two weeks or so and it has been AWESOME having them as co-workers and guests. The usual routine is exercise/breakfast then a solid day of working on the land business in a shared office followed by some local exploring.
We have gleaned several tips and tricks from each other since we're working side by side. The funny thing is that some things that seem like minor tasks that I do have a big impact on Daniel and Quinn's business and some things that they don't even realize they're doing have had me rethinking my business as well.
It's just been an awesome and rare opportunity to spend some time with a high performing land investor since this business can be very isolated. If you've got a little extra space in your driveway and office, I'd highly recommend taking some time to meet up with these guys.
It some cases a survey is needed, but it depends on what your property has already.
I highly doubt your neighbor will be interested in anything for 5 years... they are looking for permanance before building their road.
I would look at this on a case by case basis. If its a neighbor that needs access and my parcel is large and wouldnt affected much, I have in some cases just given it to them. If its a smaller property I would look at the percentage/value for the amount of land use I would lose and charge them market value.
What I mean is, if you have a half acre lot and the easement roadway will take up 1/6 of you lot then a starting point is the loss in value.
I would make the buyer would pay for the legal fees on this... on top of the consideration for the easement.
Cameron Bennett I've used GoDaddy before. It was fine. Given the issues you're asking about, though, this sounds like more of a question about getting your domain name set up with the right hosting account, and then getting a good theme that will allow you to set up this kind of thing.
There are easy (and somewhat expensive) ways to do this, and there are more complicated (and cheaper) ways to handle this.
With the issues you're mentioning, it sounds like you might want to go for some of the easier options. You can waste A LOT of time monkeying around with websites, especially if you don't really know what you're doing (this was the mistake I made with my first couple of websites). There's a lot of value in just getting the job done quickly and correctly the first time.
One is just right. The flair is proportional, the hat isn't obscured, good font ratios. Its full, but nothing out competes. Nice touch with the double strips to add flow. Stars are in "Olympic Medal" formation implying celebration, completion and success.
Two is too plain, hat is too big, obscured; implies hiding flaws/oppression/poor planning.
Three is too busy; branches, house design and size, and font size all contribute. Window in the roof is subliminal for error. I like the book, though.
Four, the hat looks sad/depressed. Low and droopy. The stars are an afterthought; lost at the bottom, don't imply celebration, just additional stars, ratings maybe? If so, a 3 star rating won't impress.