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Is something like pic rel possible for long term living? I live in South Brazil, most houses around here are made out of wood, but now I'm moving to Minas Gerais which is a bit warmer to start my own homestead. I'm not building a brick house because I don't want that shit falling on me, so I'm looking for alternatives, doesn't need to be cheaper or anything, money isn't a problem right now. My idea is to start with something small and work it out as I live in.
I'm going to start by setting up an outhouse and a concrete foundation, but I don't have a clue what the house is going to look like. I'll be able to get construction workers to assist me.
What are some things I should look for when buying an acreage for homesteading?



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