"If you can make it there you can make it anywhere," so the song says. And people have been making it big in "The Big Apple" well before and after the song was written. And now you can make it there too and own a piece of “The Big Apple” for as little as $3.95. Yes, real estate in New York for that amazing low price.
The term "The Big Apple" was first popularized by John Fitz Gerald, who used it in his horse racing column in the New York Morning Telegraph in the early twenties writing: "The Big Apple: The dream of every lad that ever threw a leg over a thoroughbred and the goal of all horsemen. There's only one Big Apple. That's New York.''
Other accounts have traced the “Big Apple” expression to Depression-Era sidewalk apple vendors, a Harlem night club, and a popular 1930s dance known as the “Big Apple.” One version links the name with a notorious 19th-century Madame! In the 1940’s, like the aforementioned jockeys, “if a jazzman told you he had a gig in the “Big Apple,” you knew he had an engagement to play in the most coveted venue of all, Manhattan, where the audience was the biggest, hippest, and most appreciative in the country.”
Well nowadays you don’t have to play a sax, ride a horse or be involved in any nefarious professions to claim a piece of “The Big Apple.” You can do it for the tiny sum of only $3.95. Yes, a New York City company, American Acres, Inc., has found a very unique way to grant land ownership to New York real estate…and in fact for Real Estate in any and all 50 states.
But it means starting small…with a single square inch plot. Yes, a ONE-SQUARE INCH PARCEL of New York State or any/all states in the USA! You can get the land and a very attractive deed with your name on it to show off to all of your friends. (It’s called “bragging rights!). The land is made available through the Own A Piece of America website and can be received virtually instantly via an email deed.
The term “The Big Apple” was virtually forgotten by the 1970s. Then the New York Convention & Visitors Bureau got the idea of reviving it when they were desperately trying to attract tourists to New York. What could be a more wholesome symbol of renewal than a plump red apple? Soon the nickname became synonymous with New York City and its cultural diversity.
The New York "'mini-estates" and all other states’ one-inch parcels 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. But they are completely free of additional responsibility and obligations. And the fun of bragging about owning land in the United States is priceless, to say the least!" And oh, what a wonderful gift it makes!
Although use of the land may be limited, the responsibilities (as one would hope) are equally minimal. No paying taxes of any kind…ever! Owners need not mow their lawn, take out the trash, throw away junk mail, participate in local jury duty, or endure any other daily adversities associated with being a land owner.
The attractive Deeds can be obtained via email or, more attractively and better suited for gifts, mounted on a plaque or in a frame supplied by American Acres, Inc. They are the perfect gift for the person who has everything. It's the most wonderful unique gift idea for a person who dreams of living in New York or, say California...or Hawaii...or anywhere where they don't live now.
It's great for all gift giving occasions including Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays, Christmas, etc. In fact you might want to buy a Deed to the United States - one Deed that entitles you to ownership of one square inch of land in all 50 states at once.
American Acres, Inc. purchased the acre of land in New York, which is located in St. Lawrence County, near Stockholm. New York's Population in 2000 Census was 18,976,457 making it the 3rd most populous in the country. The State Capital is Albany, the state flower is The Rose, its official nickname is not “The Big Apple” but The Empire State, the State Bird is the Blue Bird, the State Tree is the Sugar and the State was named after England's Duke of York.
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The one-square inch mini-estates can be bought from www.ownapieceofamerica.us web site.
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