Making improvements to your recreational property can attract more quality wildlife, for sure. But it’s important that you don’t negatively impact a property’s potential timber returns in the process. Rob Haubry, an Indiana-based broker and forestry consultant, offers a good overview of ways to think about balancing these two objectives in two videos on the… more Improve your Recreational Property without hurting Timber Potential
There are so many reasons why buying recreational property is worth considering as you consider your investment options. This blog post from Chicago Agent Magazine gives some of the top reasons why purchasing land makes sense, which matches what we hear from PotlatchDeltic recreational land buyers: Buying recreational land can spread out your investment risk.… more Investing in Recreational Land Never Goes Out of Style
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
As a recreational property buyer, you might not have thought about participating in a land auction or bid sale, thinking that it’s an event where everyone knows everyone else’s business. But that’s not how a sealed bid land auction works, says Mark Knight of Davis DuBose Knight Forestry & Real Estate, a PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker.… more Is a Bid Sale a Good Option for a Recreational Property Buyer?
Every recreational land buyer will have to answer a key question: Should you buy a property that has improvements like an access road and power, or would you rather purchase an unimproved tract that will require putting in those features later? Getting to the best answer for you requires some thought; it’s important to understand… more Should you Buy Improved or Unimproved Recreational Property?