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
When you’re first thinking about buying recreational property, you may hear a number of myths about whether it’s a good idea to buy land. The folks at Realtree United Country have a helpful blog that busts five of the predominant myths out there. In a nutshell, here are the facts: The land-buying process doesn’t have… more Busting Some Myths about Buying Land
New to buying recreational property? See what Rod Osterloh of LandRadar.com by Close~Converse suggests as some key questions to get you started – click to read the full article. Even though it’s Halloween today, the process does not have to be scary! Rod, like other members of the PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network can help you… more Key Questions New Recreational Land Buyers Should Ask
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!
When thinking about your recreational or hunting property purchase, a lot goes into it. According to the most recent LANDTHINK Pulse Survey, travel time takes top priority and buyers are willing to travel 100 miles to use the property. CLICK THE ARTICLE BELOW FOR MORE DETAIL! Want to know more about making the purchase decision? … more How far would you travel to your rec property?