can i level my property from all the trees, fence it in and lease space to RV owners. it is designated as cc

CC means Community Commercial and it's located in Southern New Jersey.
In Leasing Property - Asked by Ed L. - Jan 21, 2012
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Nadina C.
Phoenix, AZ

You must check with all of the local jurisdictions beginning with the City and/or County where the property is located. Zoning designations and rules vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. If you have no experience in development, best to partner with an experienced and knowledgeable developer who can put together a team to help you do it correctly. You will be dealing with such issues as water, waste disposal, electrical, density (how many units is allowable given the amount of land you have and the zoning density regulations).
Why not sell or ground lease to one of the national RV park developers like Good Sam? They deal with the headaches, you get the income. If you have a considerable amount of equity in the land, you can offer to carry back the payments at an interest rate that will bring you more with fewer headaches than becoming a first-time developer and operator. If you want to learn the business, you can offer to do a joint venture with the RV park developer/operator. Just be sure you have your own attorney to represent you to protect you against the big guys.

Jan 21, 2012
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Joseph B.
Waimanalo, HI

The previous is good as far as it goes. You need "professional" assistance in so many ways, even in drafting an agreement to partner with or be a lessor of the property. A lot of attoorney's quite good;
However, this is an adventure where you DO NOT want to go into the jungle without an experienced guide. Attorney's and Real Estate Agents are NOT all created equal. This is about "Business knowledge", Local Market knowledge and Local Real Estate Knowledge and Development Engineering Knowledge. There is a group of people within the real estate field called CRE's Councilors of Real Estate, find one in your area and talk with him, you will be better served.

Jan 22, 2012
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