If you’re looking to buy recreational land, the advantages of being near public lands are pretty clear. Just last month, 38.1% of LANDTHINK’s audience chimed-in on our sponsored Pulse question and indicated that buying rural land located near public land is SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT. There is an incredible amount of federal and state-owned land around the country,… more Buying Recreational Property near Public Land
In areas of the country where snow and low temperatures are a fact of life in the winter, some recreational land buyers might think they need to wait until spring to start the process. That doesn’t have to be the case, though, said Tom Moore of Northwest Land & Lifestyle Properties, located just outside Coeur… more Want to find a great tract for sale? Don’t let winter weather stop you!
We were happy to sponsor the January 2021 LandThink Pulse question, “When buying rural land, how important is it that your property be located near public land?”. It was the general consensus of the LANDTHINK audience that owning land adjoining a national forest, park or wildlife refuge is highly desirable. Click on the article to… more Buyers Value Proximity to Public Lands
When it comes to owning a quality hunting property, bigger isn’t automatically better. Indeed, even if your recreational land tract is relatively small, there are ways to maximize your hunting experience. Here are five tips that can be helpful for hunters who own smaller properties, with the help of writer Huston Martin on the Grand… more Hunting on a smaller tract? Here’s 5 helpful tips.
When you start thinking about buying recreational land for sale to call your own, it’s important to realize that this is quite different from buying a house. Every piece of property is different, and it’s important to work with a recreational real estate expert to help you avoid some of the common pitfalls recreational buyers sometimes experience.… more Avoiding Pitfalls when Buying Recreational Property