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Consider leasing the property for two years. If the property should get sold the buyer has to honor your remaining lease.
Best of both worlds for you. Takes the decision off Uncle.

Consider putting supplies in 250 gallon IBC food containers ($100). They are stackable and contents cannot be seen.
Label as Grandma's Clothes, Grandma's Kitchen etc. Cut small doors in one side. Store so doors are not visible. Link

In regards to making room for more people, in a survival situation "hot-rack" the sleepers.
You will probably run at least three shifts daily. Bedrooms are for sleeping, not lounging. As one shift gets up a new shift goes to bed.
 

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The suggestion of leasing was to make you more comfortable about storage of supplies on the property.
The lease gives only you access to the property and not your uncle, unless you are present.
It guarantees you storage time for the term of the lease.

It is just another option to control the land temporarily.
I assume you are more concerned for a BOL than a lifetime future there.

If one is concerned with a need for a BOL just for a short period then leasing may resolve that short term risk with a short term solution.
Purchasing the property might be a long term solution to a short term problem.

Just giving a different view on things. You must be the decider.
 
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