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Re: Antiquated Subdivisions

Post by Paul2CV on Wed Sep 14, 2011 8:25 am

Hi Mike,

These are great posts and also show exactly why Cherokee Village is a great place to buy. I count my lucky stars that I did not internet buy into one of those bogus old subdivisions. Cherokee Village is REAL. It is beautiful, developed, and has resources around it.

One reason this Forum exists is to give folks the real facts about Cherokee Village and cautions about what is going on "out there" in the land speculation world of largely "sight-unseen lot buying." In terms of ebay sales, I want to be clear that American Land Company of Cherokee Village is 100% honest and fantastic to work with. Steer away from other unknown sellers.

Many people in the 50's followed Cooper's concept but either did not go anywhere real with it or never honestly intended to go anywhere real. What sets Cherokee Village apart is that the development actually happened and the area truly is lovely and has a genuine community and local government structures, amenities, and all the needed parts.

We talk about issues on the Forum like the need for a local hospital or 24/7 ER, but this is hugely different from the bogus "paradises" being sold out there. John Cooper did the real thing.


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Post by mike on Tue Sep 13, 2011 9:51 am

Here is the info I was speaking about in another post about the rise of marketing "antiquated subdivisions". Granted, this is from a few years back, but it still points to what we don't want for CV and what folks like Parrlago and a few others tried to do here.

This is about just one such "antiquated subdivision" but there are many all over the US and CV is considered to be in that class but we are a real town so that broad brush should not include CV in my opinion.

This is very interesting reading:

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