Many recreational land buyers have never financed a rural property before, so it’s important to know some basics as you start your land search. As part of the PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network, who help buyers around the country, we know that it’s important to work with lenders that offer extensive experience in financing rural properties.… more Things to Think About if You’re Financing Land
PotlatchDeltic was happy to sponsor the October 2021 PULSE question posed by LandThink.com to find out more about how buyers are financing their recreational land purchases. > According to the October LANDTHINK Pulse results, 41.8% of respondents indicated that cash would be their primary source of funds if they were to buy land today. A bank… more Financing Sources for Buying Recreational Land
As we start to head into the fall – a time when many recreational land buyers are thinking about hunting season – the land sales market continues to be strong. The continuing pandemic has only intensified the desire for many people to want a place of their own, away from everything but trees and wildlife.… more Standout Trends in Recreational Land
The Realtors Land Institute, the top association in the U.S. for land brokers, holds occasional member roundtables to hear how things are going. In a recent roundtable, participants were bullish about how land sales are going despite the pandemic. A Colorado broker talked about heavy interest from California land buyers for properties in Idaho, and… more Land Sales Staying Strong during Pandemic, RLI Members say
In learning about PotlatchDeltic, you might have seen that the company is a real estate investment trust, or REIT. So, what is a REIT, and why does that matter to you as a recreational land buyer? A REIT is a company that owns, operates or finances income-producing real estate. PotlatchDeltic is a timber REIT, owning… more REITs – why does that matter to a recreational land buyer?