Potlatch’s forestry practices on its properties are certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) standard and, in Arkansas, the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) standard. That sounds impressive, but what does this mean for a recreational land buyer? Actually, quite a bit, says Pete Prutzman, who’s part of the Potlatch Preferred Broker Network. “It’s basically like… more Why should Forestry Certification Matter to a Land Buyer?
THROWBACK THURSDAY. WE RAN THIS POST LAST YEAR AND LIKED IT SO MUCH, WE’RE RUNNING IT AGAIN. ENJOY! Often, one of the first questions to come up when folks consider a recreational property purchase is this: “Can I finance it?” Financing options depend on what area you’re in since financial institutions vary in their interest… more Buying Land: Can I Finance It?
Just goes to show…you never know what will happen. Here, in our brokers’ words, an interesting site inspection tale: Pete Prutzman, Kingwood Forestry Services, Inc. Arkadelphia, Arkansas Sometimes having a cool head comes in handy when the unexpected happens on a site visit. “Many of the properties we list are remote and accessed by… more Out in the field with Pete Prutzman
Start with these Site Visit Safety Tips… Prospective property buyers are often looking for land off the beaten track. And savvy Potlatch recreational real estate brokers understand the importance of site visit safety when showing buyers property out in the woods. Preferred Potlatch Broker, Pete Prutzman of Kingwood Forestry Services, Inc. – Arkadelphia, AR office,… more Ready to explore property?
Recreational property buyers often wonder whether it’s a good idea to own land near public lands. In fact, it’s a question Potlatch Preferred Broker Rod Osterloh of Close~Converse Properties in Minnesota hears quite a bit. “The biggest advantage is you can buy a small piece of land and expand your enjoyment of it by accessing… more Pros & Cons of Buying Land near Public Property