INTERNATIONALS / Eco Neighborhood / ACRE / Community Member / SEED FOUNDER
At Transformational Network, we encourage people to become a part of the change and buy a passport to the network of community land projects. This results in more permaculture land for growing fruit forests and living sustainably. A great way to advance our mission, and to help you own your own land.
Community and Food-producing lands are a great investment that holds their value better than almost anything else. Plus, it gives the ultimate economic and survival security to you and your family - if it ever became necessary, you always have the option to "live off the land."
- Acre for private space in the village of your choice.
- Unlimited Network Passport
- Your name on the Transformational Community Title as a shareholder. This has a secure certification system and as a foreigner, you only need a valid passport to join the Network. You do not have to be present here, you can purchase remotely if you wish. We do a thorough map and title study on each land to prevent future boundary or disputes.
- A personal homestead lot. Depending on the size of your share, you will receive a mapped and marked portion of the land that is legally tied to your name. Here you can build your house, plant fruit trees, etc. We also offer remote management of planting and construction in case you'd like a cabin and fruit trees but aren't able to come here right away to have it done yourself. Click here to see a guide that helps Transformational Network Community Members explore the options for developing their lots.
- A legal contract between you and the other community members, to prevent future problems. This includes land use, shared property expenses, dispute resolution, and other important clauses. See a sample.
- A percent ownership of the FREE LANDS Foundation. For example, if you buy a share in Colombia Land, you have a % ownership of the Entire FREE LANDS Foundation.
- A share in the property development fund. This is included in the share price. The property development fund includes shared property expenses like taxes, boundary marking, water system, and path and trail maintenance. It also includes maintenance of a "community area" with house, workshop, internet, etc, so that owners have a "home base" while they are working on developing their homestead lots, and so that guests and members have a place to stay. The community area can also be used to host retreats and events.
- Questions? Read the FAQ.