If you’re buying recreational land for the first time, you’ve quickly realized that this is much different than buying a home. In fact, the prospect of checking out different properties and making a good buying decision may seem a bit overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be, though. First, connect with an experienced real estate expert… more Helpful Tips for First-Time Recreational Land Buyers
The Realtors Land Institute, the top association in the U.S. for land brokers, holds occasional member roundtables to hear how things are going. In a recent roundtable, participants were bullish about how land sales are going despite the pandemic. A Colorado broker talked about heavy interest from California land buyers for properties in Idaho, and… more Land Sales Staying Strong during Pandemic, RLI Members say
If you’re looking to buy recreational property in northern states like Minnesota and Idaho, you might wonder whether you can have a productive property visit when its’s cold and snowy. The answer is yes: There is no reason you should have to wait until spring to figure out where you want to buy. In fact,… more Winter Property Visits can be Rewarding, but Plan Ahead
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.
In an indication of how much business is done online these days, brokers in PotlatchDeltic’s Preferred Broker Network are sometimes asked whether it’s important to visit a recreational property before considering an offer. “Along with using maps, photos, videos and other tools, it’s a good idea to see the property for yourself if you can,… more Your Site Visit…visiting in person is important