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Consider Timber Quality & Value When Buying Recreational Land

     Recreational land buyers often know little about how to factor the quality and value of timber into their buying decisions. But given that most any recreational tract will have some timber on it, it’s important to determine up front how much timber matters to you as a buyer. Then, as you consider different tracts, you’ll need to understand the long-term value of the timber on those properties.
     Timber considerations can have a significant impact on your buying decision in several meaningful ways – they may be a big factor in your financial plans for the property, and they may be a key part of your evaluation of a tract for its quality of wildlife. So, it’s important to work with a real estate broker that has forestry experience or has access to foresters who can offer advice.
     Thinking about making a land purchase and have questions about the timber quality and value, or how that will factor into your buying decision?  Check out this LandThink.com article written by Ray Galloway, Partner and Senior Forester at Little Rock, Arkansas-based PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Davis DuBose Knight Forestry & Real Estate
     When you’re ready, get in touch with a member of the PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network nearest where your interest is and take the next step toward buying. Each of the brokers are experts in recreational real estate and can help you with all aspects of  the buying process.
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