Can I visit the land?
Yes, you have the right to visit your piece of land with whom ever you want as often as you want.
You are welcome to visit your piece of land for example by walking, skiing, cycling, by car, snowmobile or any such vehicle. We are also pleased to see you staying or setting up a camp on your Unelmaa land area. You may pick wild berries, mushrooms, flowers or other natural products from all Unelmaa land areas according to Finnish legislation.
Can I plant a tree on my land or harvest?
Yes, you may to plant a tree or other vegetation on your Land. You own the vegetation in your Land and you are free to harvest your land, please notify us and we are happy to help.
Can I place a plaque on my land?
Yes, you may store items and place for example a plaque or any such physical object on your land. Please notify us in case you plan to place visible items.
What can I build on my own land?
You can build anything that does not require official building permit from local government. You can build for example:
- Laplan Laavu, 4m x 4m wooden cabin with floor, roof and 3 solid walls. On wall must be open. This is a traditional Lapland building which sustains weather and lasts more than hundred years when made properly. In front of Laavu you typically have open fire so that the heat and radiation make Laavu nice and warm to stay. During winter you may consider setting up your tent inside the Laavu for extra comfort.
- Treehouse, considered as non-permanent building
- Terrace, great as an extra comfortable platform for your tent and for inviting your friends for a stay
- Outdoor fireplace and sitting area
- Bird houses and shelters for birds and wild animals
- Other constructions not meant for permanent living or industrial usage.
Remember always to respect the nature, appreciate your neighbours and other Unelmaa Land owners. If you are in doubt please notify us regarding your plans for Unelmaa acceptance.
If you want to build a house to live in, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll suggest a separate land area big enough to build a house.
Do i need to report my land in tax report?
You don't need to report your Unelmaa land possession registration to tax officials.
What do I get?
The agreement-based right of possession to Unelmaa piece of land means that the piece of land and its coordinates shall be registered under the landholder’s name in the Unelmaa landholding database and that the landholder is in possession of the land area.
Can anyone buy a land from the Unelmaa?
Yes. Unelmaa is an ooprtunity for every person from every country to acquire own piece of land.
Can I buy a land as a gift?
Yes. The land may be purchased to someone else.
Can I buy more than one plot of land?
Yes. You may buy as many plots of land you wish.
May I re-sell the land I purchased?
Yes. The new owner has to register and we'll charge €40 for new owners registration fee.
Which payments methods are accepted?
Paypal and all major credit cards.
Are there any hidden charges, taxes, or future payments to make?
No. There are absolutely no other costs associated with buying or owning this land. You will have no further expense to pay after the initial purchase price.
Do I need to register my land?
No. Your Land is registered by Unelmaa in Unelmaa landowners database under contract law. In this way, these small land areas can be sold without the expenses which would otherwise make this uneconomical. You will receive a copy of your land ownership after purchase.
How do I know which land is mine?
In order to legally transfer the plot to you under contract law, we define its location precisely by providing you the exact GPS location. The location of each land is unique.
Who are behind Unelmaa?
The company was founded by four friends in 2014. Teemu Lehto had the Unelmaa vision of Lapland forest, quiet place for meditating and being close to nature, sharing with people wanting to have connection to nature and building an Unelmaa community. Antti Sihlman had the professional photographer skills and time to set things up. Antti and Arto Kosunen had a long background in investments, customer businesses and technology businesses. Being busy businessmen we all valued the nature and wanted to give everybody a possibility to own their own unique piece of land. Currently Unelmaa is a long-lasting self-sustained community facilitating long-term collaboration of Unelmaa Land owners and together developing the Unelmaa Land area in Salla.
Want to learn more?
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