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.
If you’ve never bought recreational property – and we find that many recreational buyers are new to this – the process can seem a bit overwhelming. After all, what if you don’t know about how to value timber, how to think about road access, or how to determine whether a tract has quality wildlife? To… more New to Buying Recreational Property? Answer these questions first!
We asked. You answered! PotlatchDeltic sponsored the July 2019 LANDTHINK Pulse and the results are in. Are you surprised to find out that 39.5% of respondents would be inspired to purchase a hunting property with a year-round water feature in the form of a pond, stream, lake or river. Wondering what the next biggest factors… more What hunting property feature would make you more likely to buy?
As buyers go through all the steps involved in buying a high-quality recreational property, it’s important to know what to do – and just as important, what not to do. At PotlatchDeltic, we are committed to making the purchase process as simple and painless as possible. Every step of the way, our goal is for… more Buying recreational property? Don’t make these 5 mistakes.
It can be a challenge to find a hunting spot where you have some room to roam without other hunters all around you. One solution, of course, is to buy your own recreational property. In a recent story in Bowhunter magazine, author Tony Peterson talks about how he has long believed that it’s never too… more It’s never too soon to buy your own hunting property!