Iam not talking about one of those ‘free land’ schemes, which some Governments offer, in an attempt to generate more land tax; where the only thing you’ll get is a practically worthless piece of desert or mountain land.
No. I am referring to "abandoned" (yet highly valuable) real estate; the kind you see around you every day in cities, towns and rural communities. Real estate such as private homes, apartments, vacant land, woodland, in fact just about every type of land and property you can think of…
Yes. It’s all thanks to a little-known legal procedure, well founded in English law, called "Adverse Possession". Simply put, this procedure allows anyone to legally claim ownership to real estate, where the original owner cannot be found or where they do not come forward to assert their ownership.
There is no limit to the number of land parcels, and properties, you can lay claim to with Adverse Possession… You could be claiming ownership of highly valuable property, on a regular basis, and building a substantial real estate portfolio.
Imagine… acquiring FULL LEGAL OWNERSHIP of real estate, and not paying a penny for it! – No down-payment, no mortgage worries, or rent to pay out for. You’re simply making use of a legal procedure to gain ownership of real estate. A procedure that most people don’t even know exists let alone how to go about doing it.
Over the years, Adverse Possession has created real estate wealth for many individuals worldwide. People like Timothy Ellis, who used Adverse Possession to acquire ownership of a £225,000 (US$357,000) home in South London, England.
…And Roy Bates, who, in 1967, and much to the embarrassment of the British Government, used Adverse Possession to actually acquire ownership of an abandoned military base, located in… Read more…