The agricultural land puzzle
Here’s a question that I’ve so far gotten multiple different (wildly different) answers to from real estate agents in the last couple of years: If you purchase land that is zoned for agriculture here AND you use it for agricultural purposes (a little herb farm, for instance with maybe some free-range chickens to produce eggs thrown in), can you or can you not then put a small dwelling on it (a caravilla –trailer or manufactured home for those in the U.S.,– for instance)? Answers have ranged from a flat no, to a yes because you can put up to two structures on it, to yes but it depends on how many dunams you purchased, to yes but it depends on the area you purchased your dunam(s). I’ve noticed a striking correlation in responses to what that particular real estate agent had for sale at the time. Hmmm. Does anyone know where I turn to find the actual, real, official answer?