Press Release Summary: Have you ever thought about buying a beautiful piece of land? Are you interested in the building possibilities that could happen on your new piece of land? If so, Public Land will help you through the buying and building process of your new land.
Press Release Body: Public Land and Power Enterprises Corporation offers a complete packet of information that contains the information needed to assist people in a step-by-step process on how to claim land. There are millions of acres on file ready to be sold, and their package contains all information, rules, regulations, and will take you through land claiming process step by step. The packet will show you where and how to find suitable public land and gives you the rules and regulations on age, and citizenship. It also includes information and suggestions on the different things you can do with your new land, such as farm, ranch, develop, subdivide, lease, rent, or sell. For more information on Public Land, visit http://www.uspubliclands.com.
Public Land and Power Enterprises Corporation has successfully completed many multi-million dollar construction projects in mine surface facilities, metal buildings, offices, shops, warehouses, minerals processing facilities, natural gas compressor pumping stations, oil refinery and pumping stations, water, sewer pipelines, plants and systems along with gathering, treatment, pumping plants, or refining and processing plants. This potentially cultivatable land can be claimed for less than a couple of dollars per acre and claims can be made on as little as one acre or on as much as 160 acres. Once a claim has been applied for, one needs to prove up and obtain a patented deed from the U.S. Packets are only $50.00 and can be paid with check, money order, or by credit card via pay pal. For more information on Public Land, visit http://www.uspubliclands.com.
Public Land is pleased to submit their proposals for all of your projects in accordance with your requirements. They offer to meet and discuss plans when required. For more information on how Public Land works, visit http://www.uspubliclands.com.