National Association of Rural Landowners

NARLO's Rural Landowner Handbook

Copyright 2013 by Ron Ewart and the National Association of Rural Landowners
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Living on the land is hard, but in most cases, rewarding. That is until some government official comes calling with pen, paper and camera in hand gathering evidence, or the landowner receives a threatening notice from the government of some code violation. With the explosion of land use and environmental regulations all throughout America, the chances of receiving a visit by a government agent, or a threatening notice, grows literally by the day.

When so confronted in person by a local, state, or the federal government agent or some notice of a code violation, many landowners do one of two things: 1) try to fight the alleged violation or violations on their own, or 2) God forbid, they hire an attorney who promptly relieves them of their life’s savings.

Since the National Association of Rural Landowners was born in early 2006 as an advocate for urban and rural landowners, we wanted to assemble a landowner’s guide as a defense against some of the problems that rural landowners face when confronted by government. Finally, after seven years of research and study, we have created NARLO's:

"Rural Landowner Handbook."

The information contained in this one-of-a-kind, rural landowner handbook represents a compilation of over 30 years of experience in real estate and property rights by the author.

The NARLO handbook not only contains information on how to challenge government without hiring a lawyer, but also provides a short real estate course covering the basics of real estate ownership that covers buying, selling, investing, managing income property and developing land. It is full of powerful resource material that is useful to almost every landowner in America.

The Handbook comes on a universal USB Flash Drive that is compatible with almost every computer, MAC or PC, containing a USB port. Most of the files were created in the Microsoft WORD program that should be readable by any Microsoft WORD program after 2000. The material also contains a power point presentation, four videos, multiple real estate documents and spreadsheets. All of the files in the Handbook can be uploaded to your computer to its own directory and then the USB Flash Drive can be used for other purposes, like back-up files, data storage, or data transfers from computer to computer.

Each section and chapter are jam packed with powerful and useful information for the urban or rural landowner and can be read and studied individually, without having to hold an entire book in your hand. The voluminous resource sections contain information for every rural landowner no matter in which state they reside. Section A contains most of the resource files. The Appendix Section contains useful examples of documents for real estate transactions, or inspecting or managing real estate.

It can be a rewarding experience to research all of the many files that are contained in this one-of-a-kind, NARLO Rural Landowner Handbook. To review the Table of Contents of the Handbook, click HERE.

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Are you being beat up by government from land use code violations, draconian new environmental laws or being threatened with eminent domain, we can help. Check out the "NARLO Offense" by clicking on the image.

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