So we've decided to go with a bug-in plan and put off setting up a retreat until we're able to move west (We're in NC) But I'm still getting some land offers from an agent (good guy) in VA who is finding me some very cheap land between Richmond and the VA mountains which is actually one of the least populated areas on the east coast. Really tempted to buy and set one up anyway, it could serve as hunting / recreation land until we're ready to move west and a retreat just in case. My concern is that it would be VERY hard to sell as this is basically no-man's land (or as close as you can come to that in the east). BUT... I'm pretty sure that there are some people in DC who are high $ earners who realize that TS will HTF. So what if I sell it as a ready - made survival retreat (after it is all set up of course)? So here's how an ad would sound (approximately): Stocked Survival Retreat 3 hours from DC 110K When things go from bad to worse - leave DC and have a place to start anew. Pre-stocked for one year. JUST PACK UP AND DRIVE. Accommodates 4 people 20 acres - PRIVATE. Insulated Cabin with wood heat Composting commode 300 ah solar electrical system installed 2000 watt generator 1 year supply of fuel 1 year supply of food Surface water with pumps and filtration supplies gravity fed plumbing. Medical supplies Basic tools Great hunting etc. etc. etc. Heck, at $110k, I might make a fine profit! Anyway - what do you all think? Sellable? Appeal? Worth the investment and effort?