Most land transactions rely on a survey, which determines the parameters of the parcel being bought or sold. A correct survey is important to assure that all parties involved have a sense of security and buyers are clear in what they are purchasing. For sellers, we recommend a current survey to make sure there aren’t… more The Importance of Property Surveys
By Pete Prutzman, Kingwood Forestry Services – Arkansas In general, recreational property and timberland sales are usually simpler to close than residential sales. There are rarely any structures or other improvements, so there are no utility bills to pro-rate, no termite policies to buy and no mortgage insurance, among other things. And many timberland tracts currently… more How to Prepare for the Land Closing Process
Hunters who have yet to apply for an either-sex deer permit or wolf hunting and trapping licenses are encouraged to do so well before the Thursday, Sept. 6, deadline. Nearly half of the state’s deer permit areas now are lottery areas, which means hunters must apply for and be selected to receive a permit that… more Minnesota DNR encourages hunters to apply early for deer permits, wolf licenses
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by Rod Osterloh, Close~Converse, Minnesota Only a few years ago, it was rare to have a client ask for the coordinates to a property. But now, it’s one of the most requested pieces of information when we talk to those interested in buying land. A Global Positioning System (GPS) is no longer considered a “rich… more Exploring recreational property with GPS