[Homestead] Subject: Get your small town while it is dirt-cheap, worth repeating

Tvoivozhd tvoivozd at infionline.net
Tue Sep 21 16:40:30 EDT 2004


 From:
	Tvoivozhd <tvoivozd at infionline.net>
	Date:
	Tue, 21 Sep 2004 12:05:00
 -0700
	To:
	homestead at lists.ibiblio.orgPP
	
	Be the next John Jacob Astor
 who clearly saw the opportunity in Manhattan---as a one-time tract-developer
 and mass-builder of houses, I assure you the same opportunity exists in temporarily
 downtrodden and decently well-located small towns---not in housing or buildings
 suitable for factories (they have a surplus), but in rural manufacturing
 itself.
	
	Entrepreneurs are often slow on the uptake before understanding
 of new economics registers on grey matter, but a huge opportunity now exists
 to buy low, sell high in small-town America.  Of course, you need to put
 small-town purchsaes to use immediately or have unlimited capita;  You aren't
 going to  put housekeepers in many of them---put manufacturing buusinesses
 in them.  Local Chambers of Commerce, old  property owners wanting to provide
 local opporunity to keep their kids and grandkids nearby, and bargain-hunting
 manufacturing entrepreneurs and your natural allies---put together a coalition
 and keep a good piece of the action.
	
	Snowball your newly-acquired small-town
 assets

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Be the next John Jacob Astor who clearly saw the opportunity in 
Manhattan---as a one-time tract-developer and mass-builder of houses, I 
assure you the same opportunity exists in temporarily downtrodden and 
decently well-located small towns---not in housing or buildings suitable 
for factories (they have a surplus), but in rural manufacturing 
itself---buying up buildings fof that purpose---put your own or 
coalition manufacturing enterprises in them, or rent the buildings to 
out-of-town manufacturers looking for a nest..

Entrepreneurs are often slow on the uptake before understanding of new 
economics registers on grey matter, but a huge opportunity now exists to 
buy low, sell high in small-town America.  Of course, you need to put 
small-town purchsaes to use immediately or have unlimited capita;  You 
aren't going to  put housekeepers in many of them---put manufacturing 
buusinesses in them.  Local Chambers of Commerce, old  property owners 
wanting to provide local opporunity to keep their kids and grandkids 
nearby, and bargain-hunting manufacturing entrepreneurs and your natural 
allies---put together a coalition and keep a good piece of the 
action---snowball your asserts..

http://www.cityofwheaton.com/thewallstreetjournal.htm





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