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Yannick

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  1. Thank you for the information, everyone. This should be enough to get my search started. I'm sure this has been covered many times, so feel free to point me to the relevant threads. When getting a lot outside of Polk County. Should I keep Polk as my domicile if I'm having the Escapees process all my mail?
  2. Hi everyone! I am finally considering getting a deeded lot to grow stronger roots. Ideally I would get something near Rainbow's End in Livingston, but I would be happy with many other locations in Texas. Since this is my very first time shopping for land, I really don't know where to start. I know people post about lots for sales here, but that probably only covers a very small fraction of the lots available. Should I start calling real estate agents in Livingston or is there a better way to get my search started? Thank you and happy travels!
  3. Thank you for the information, everyone. This is very helpful.
  4. I am in a very similar situation as Kiltedpig: 38 years old, living in CA, and looking to go full time next year. I am considering my options and since CA is a pretty tax aggressive state, I will probably have to buy some kind of real estate in the new domicile state to fully break my CA residency. I was seriously considering TX since rock climbing is serious hobby of mine and some of the best to be done in North America happens to be near El Paso, TX. Zulu's post, however, gets me to reconsider and running my numbers indeed suggests a notable saving for healthcare costs in FL vs TX. How do you know which providers have country-wide coverage? How hard is it to establish domicile in FL vs TX?
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