Over 10 years in development, this extraordinary opportunity is now available exclusively on the Internet.
The land was purchased one acre at a time, state by state, by American Acres Inc. Now you can claim it one square inch at a time, state by state, in all 50 States of the United States. (Incidentally, there is enough land in each state for you to have 6,272,640* neighbors in your "hood.")
Needless to say these "mini-estates" can't be built on, lived on or retired on. Owners cannot make any improvements or develop the parcels. Owners shall not occupy the parcels and must grant rights of ingress and egress over their parcel. And they are completely free of additional responsibility and obligation. Additionally, the fun of bragging about owning land in any and all of the United States is priceless, to say the least!
You also won't have to pay taxes of any kind...ever, and will not be required to mow, pick up trash, or comply with any local, state or federal regulations. Go to
Covenants and Restrictions regarding all the other "legalities'' and while you're at it note that the deeds, as indicated by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, are not intended for investment purposes, are for novelty purposes only, and cannot be sold by owners for profit.
A DEED TO THE UNITED STATES
"My wife and I just returned from a wonderful vacation in Hawaii (the Big Island). We couldn't stop dreaming and talking about going back there someday when lo and behold our children bought us the most unusual gift...the most wonderful gift imaginable...at least the best gift for us; the gift of land in Hawaii. It was only a square inch but we framed it and it is hanging in our dining room where we see it daily. Thanks for coming up with such a creative gift idea." Hansen Phillips, Iowa
"Buying my husband gifts always create an enormous amount of pressure for me because he truly is a person who has everything! Everything!! He is the most hard to buy for person ever. But as far as very unique gift ideas goes, this is the one thing he does not have. Thanks. He now owns land in all 50 states."
Emily Weiner, San Francisco
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