We were happy to sponsor the January 2021 LandThink Pulse question, “When buying rural land, how important is it that your property be located near public land?”. It was the general consensus of the LANDTHINK audience that owning land adjoining a national forest, park or wildlife refuge is highly desirable. Click on the article to… more Buyers Value Proximity to Public Lands
When you start thinking about buying recreational land for sale to call your own, it’s important to realize that this is quite different from buying a house. Every piece of property is different, and it’s important to work with a recreational real estate expert to help you avoid some of the common pitfalls recreational buyers sometimes experience.… more Avoiding Pitfalls when Buying Recreational Property
Areas with a deer scrape – a low-hanging tree branch that offers a place for deer to get a nice scratch – have long been known as attractive spots for bucks to visit. So you might think that the more mock deer scrapes you create on your recreational property, the better, right? Not so fast.… more How many mock deer scrapes should you have on your property?
The “rut” – when deer are mating – is an optimal time to bag a buck, since bucks are more active during the daytime hours. Mike Hanback of Petersen’s Hunting magazine did a ton of research, and determined the 10 best days for hunting during the rut, based on a variety of factors. Mid-October is… more Tips for Deer Hunting during the Rut
If you’re looking to buy recreational land for sale, it’s important to know that it isn’t the same as hiring a Realtor® to help you buy a house. In fact, being an expert in recreational property sales requires years of specific experience, along with a completely different skill set from knowing how to help people buy… more Hiring a Recreational Land Expert