1. Grow Intergenerational Wealth
Owning land is a reliable way to grow long-term wealth. It lets us choose to build what we want, where we want, including affordable housing and commercial space. Owning increases access to tax savings and equity that can be transferred to future generations.
2. Create Location Security
Ownership permanently roots us in our communities, ensuring long-term location security to ensure consistent access to nearby services and meaningful social networks. Plus communities of owners take better care of their properties and public spaces like schools and parks.
3. Amass Political Influence
The more we own our communities, the stronger we can grow as a cohesive voice to shape our local politics. Land owners have a stronger voice to influence policy and can attract more investment in public infrastructure like schools, parks, and utilities.